A Spirit Globule Is The Glue That Unites US, Drives Us To New Challenges And New Victories
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I have one goal in life – to obliterate what society normalizes and impact others to do the same. I come from a traditional background where you are an outsider if you don't live by the book. Working women are considered taboo, and having a personal purpose is a crime. But I've always wondered – who are they to validate the way I live? I started working a full-time job when I was 18. I started small in a fast-growing SEO company and worked my way up to become an Operational Manager two years later. I was training teams and engaging with clients. I was doing quality checks and handling distraught customers. I never said no to a task. I had gained a lot of learning experience, but I always knew that a typical 9-5 job would never be enough to satisfy me. Working under someone wasn't really my thing. Or following a certain dress code. Or working certain hours for a certain amount of money. These norms may work for many people. It did work for me for a while too. But I wanted more. When I decided to start my own company, I lost much support. I was confused, overwhelmed, and had people constantly tell me to "give it up and get married." At the tender age of 20, I was barely out of high school, and I made many mistakes and trusted the wrong people too quickly. Others won't tell you this, but there is safety in working under someone. When I messed up, they had my back. They showed me the way out. But when I became my own boss - as awesome as that sounds - I had to clean up my own mess and learn from my mistakes as soon as I could.
But throughout all, my family believed in me and supported my vision, and they are why I kept going. Today, I'm glad I never gave up. All those mistakes were lessons I had to learn to grow, progress and win. It made me realize my true potential and taught me how to think beyond my struggles. I also get to go to work in my pajamas. Yes - it's as liberating as it sounds. And every time I complete a project and have satisfied clients – I consider that a win. In the short span of three years, I've worked on over 200 projects and trained several international teams. I have given business coaching to entrepreneurs. I was given the honor to be the City Chair of Hyderabad, India for Global Dignity in 2018-2019. I was also hired as a project manager for many international companies. Starting Namo Padmavati had a colossal impact on my life that I couldn't have ever imagined. To me, it's not about the money. It's about loyalty, building trust, and providing quality service. It's about the lessons, the influence, and the respect. It's about helping others on an international level. Despite the stress and struggles, I now sleep better at night, knowing I have a purpose to look forward to tomorrow and that I made a difference today.