I quit my job and joined a startup as a teenager.
It was a risky move, because I wanted to learn about business and how it could be used to make things better.
But it’s been a life-changing experience, and I want to share that story with you.
I started my first company as a 16-year-old student in India in 2013, when I was 23 years old.
At the time, I had just graduated from school and was looking for a way to help India’s burgeoning startup ecosystem.
It seemed like the perfect fit.
The startup ecosystem is rapidly becoming one of the fastest-growing in the world.
And it’s helped drive the exponential growth of companies across industries, ranging from healthcare to education.
I joined a team with an exciting vision of creating a better India, and we wanted to build an environment that was welcoming to everyone, including women and minorities.
I was lucky enough to work with talented and committed people, who had a passion for the cause and who I could share with.
After a few months, we raised money and started building the first of several startups in India.
Today, our team has grown from a few employees to nearly 30, and our focus is to help young entrepreneurs achieve their goals.
I want to give you a few insights into why I left the company to join the startup scene.
I left my original company, in 2015, to pursue my dream of becoming a founder.
It wasn’t a decision I made lightly.
It took me six years to become a full-time entrepreneur, and it’s the reason why I love this profession.
But, I also know that I was making mistakes and making the wrong choices.
In the process of learning, I learned a lot about my own mindset, and how I think about my work and how to improve.
I also learned that I have a lot to learn.
After I joined the company, I tried to change a few things in the company in order to attract and nurture talented people.
I decided to focus on improving the quality of the product and improving customer experience.
And, I implemented a series of changes that gave my team a more sustainable, high-performing environment.
These efforts helped to build a startup that has grown to become the largest and fastest-moving in India’s startup ecosystem, and has attracted more than 50 million new customers since it launched in 2015.
But despite these changes, I still believe in the core of the startup community: We all want to make a difference, and when you work together, you can accomplish a lot.
I decided to quit my previous company, a small tech company in Bangalore, in 2017.
At that time, my company was working with a few other startups to build something they thought would be a better place for women to work.
I wanted it to be an all-women team, so we started a mentorship program for women.
That program has grown into a team of around 100, and now we have a team at the helm of more than 300 companies in India that employ around 20,000 women.
I’ve met a lot of great women here, and have learned a great deal about how they are working and what they need to do to succeed.
But I couldn’t leave behind my love of learning.
I am passionate about entrepreneurship, and after spending a few years learning about the world and making new friends, I realized I had to start a new business in order for me to grow as an entrepreneur.
I left a promising start-up in 2015 and joined an online marketing firm to start an app-based company in 2018.
I still enjoy the company and the company is growing, but I need a new challenge.
I joined a company as an 18-year old and had no idea what I wanted in a career.
I never felt I was qualified for this career, because it’s all about finding the right people.
But I thought I would learn the business and apply my skills to help it succeed.
The more I learned, the more I was inspired to start something new, and soon, I was the youngest co-founder of a company in the country.
I thought my experiences and knowledge of the industry would make me a great CEO.
But after one year, I realised I wasn’t the right person for the job.
After six months, I left to join my dream.
I came to realise that the company I wanted had to change.
I couldn`t give up on this company.
I felt a lot pressure and the need to prove myself, but it wasn`t until we launched our first product in 2018 that I realised that I didn`t want to quit.
I wanted to start my own business, and this is the reason I decided that it was the right decision for me.
I believe I can do the job better than anyone else, and that’s why I started a company.
My passion is to do things better, and in doing so, I can help make India a better country for women, and people of