“‘You reap what you sow’ is a proverb that my dad swears by. He’s a hustler who immensely values time and therefore doesn’t encourage taking it for granted. He’s also a strong advocate of women empowerment who’s always pushed me towards becoming financially independent.
It was his encouragement infact, that gave me the zest to start my own entrepreneurial venture. I am a huge skincare junkie who constantly experiments with new products. But despite the countless options available in the market, I hadn’t come across a single product that perfectly suited my requirements. With time, I realized that there were multiple women who felt the same way, and it was this void that sparked my business idea. I started curating a customized skincare line that’s completely made of natural products. With time, my clientele grew and today I have many repeat customers who are keen to know the exact ingredients that go into their skin. I often receive feedback stating the wondrous results that users have experienced through my products and I couldn’t be happier.
All of this, however, wouldn’t have been possible without the support of my family, more so, because I am a working mom with a two-year-old and a full-time corporate job. My husband is the backbone of all my ventures and is literally my better half. If people appreciate me for being a multitasker and balancing everything so well, it’s due to the wonderful men in my life. Both my father and my husband, don’t have any gender bias and are ardent adherents of equality. They participate and contribute equally even if it comes down to doing tiring household chores.
In hindsight, I was lucky to be surrounded by people who believed in what I had to offer. I hope and pray that all women out there, get a similar chance to follow their passion, even after marriage. After all, we just have one life, don’t we?”
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