There is a part of me that wants to learn and grow to be one of the most intellectual individuals of this century. It's a nice feeling to be attributed to something greater than what most people achieve. Probably that's why I tend to do the unusual, trying to be unique in every way possible.
A few years ago, I started learning Esperanto. What is it? It's a language that's spoken in some Spanish speaking nations, only by a few million people. It's considered the most simplified language to learn, and was created with the idea that when the world is reborn, Esperanto would be the easiest language for anyone to learn and adopt. So, I was like, count me in. I don't know about the apocalypse, but learning something which only a few people know is definitely up my alley. Among other things, that's what I do — find my niche.
A little bit about today - it was a design-heavy day. I spent almost the entire day designing the cartons for our upcoming product, Davai. It's supposed to revolutionize the drug industry, as currently traders (in India) are not used to buying drugs online, and that too directly from the manufacturer. It's an important project for us, so, we are refining every detail. It's kind of how Anne Hathaway takes care of her customers in the movie, Intern. Once the design is ready and the product starts shipping, it would be a symbol of trust for drug retailers. Davai would become its own brand.
Until that happens, move with the flow.
Taking one step at a time,