Is It a Cool Start?
For starting your writing journey, it’s not enough to select a niche, write, and publish. In this new era of knowledge, you -the author- is responsible for the distribution of your content, in addition to creating it. When I first started my career at the age of 15, I wasn’t quite sure how it would go. Everything I knew was it’s what I most care about, it’s what hasn’t been appropriately answered to this date, and it’s how I’m going to start an inquiry and write up about it to inform the people about the obstacles I’ve faced and the challenges I’ve overcome.
It hasn’t ever been about the time and resources I spend on enhancing the quality of my content, It’s been about WHAT I deliver. So, I chose to start in a field with the slightest barrier to entry, startups! Initially, I held roles like graphic designer and front-end developer and finally moved to business development. That turning point led me to a path where understanding the foundation, designing a framework of human and capital resources, and deciding upon that knowledge were more important than executing the plan.
I thought it’d be fun to dedicate more time to writing in the past few years. Anything that crosses someone’s mind might be a groundbreaking idea for someone else. Hence, how are we going to connect these dots? Maybe by sharing our thoughts, reading others’, and engaging in the conversations. That’s what is ahead of me.