A very simple guy with super high guts to take enough risks to get rewarded. And I don’t want to be left behind. Get up and do something is what I believe in.
I don’t know why it has been in my blood, even though my father never thought of it. Because he only used to think about a job, all due to brain programming, not to pin the blame on anybody. I stepped into 4 different ventures which eventually failed.
As former president of India, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam stated,
If you fail, never give up because FAIL means First Attempt In Learning.
And I, being stubborn wanting to get success, wake up every time and start doing something. I guess one should keep walking because that is what entrepreneurship is all about.
The Corporate Life
My first job ever was a school teacher in a primary school teaching computers and English. Since I had an interest in computers, after schooling I started my career as an IT support professional repairing computers which started with IBM.
The corporate life has never been an actual corporate life initially. I worked at multiple places, restaurant, retail stores, warehouse factory until I moved back to India from Canada. Here I started working for BPO (Outsourcing companies) in IT support. That ended in 2012 when I got my hands dirty in running my own business. Four different ventures and all failed. Now I provide IT support for US & Canada from the comfort of my home, where I get time to try other things as well.
The Internet Life
Somewhere within me, I discovered an internet bug during my school life. The internet is actually encyclopaedia in my view, and I learnt a lot of stuff and am still learning. You realize there comes a moment when you need to understand what’s the best skill you have, the best that you can do for the rest of your lifetime. But you require knowledge on many things to pass on the life. And you never know when you are going to use that skill. The clear answer for me was only the internet. I became the master of one – the internet, and jack of all trades. I have been recently following many successful internet marketers. It’s still a learning curve, an endless course of action which I would be sharing with you all.
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