It takes a lot to be an entrepreneur. You have to be courageous, determined, and focussed to initiate your entrepreneurial journey. But especially one has to be open and strong enough to learn from the mistakes and not let the failures be barriers in the path of success. I realised this when I just 17 years old and it was only after 5-6 failed attempts at launching my start-up venture that I was finally able to mark my presence in the market with my out-of-the-box idea.
The most important thing that I learnt and would like to share is that while starting something new, you will experience mixed emotions of fear and excitement. Indeed taking the first step is the hardest but it is important too; for your self-growth, and to gauge whether your idea will be a success or a failure. Without attempting, you won’t get to know the outcome.
I have been a technology and gadget enthusiast since a very young age and am always on the lookout to explore the recent innovations in the tech world. This is how I started my YouTube channel, Shutter&Voyages where I actively cover both the domains of tech and travel. It is due to the consistent and persistent efforts that my channel was able to gain a subscriber base of more than 65,000 within a year and it is being well received and appreciated in the social space for my quirky content. Video making especially vlogs and travelling are also my passion areas as I believe in capturing moments for a lifetime and desire to explore as many destinations as possible across the globe. Being a creative soul, I often spend my leisure time in penning down my thoughts in the form of poems, shayaris, and stories. Additionally, automobiles give me an adrenaline rush and I am a die-hard fan of cars and bikes. It is these recreational activities that fill me with enthusiasm to lead life happily and work calmly.
Life should be a balance of work and fun! We should never restrict ourselves at work or leisure, because the sky is the limit and all we need is a little push to go ahead and take the first step.