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What inspired you to become a CEO?
The lack of change around women's leadership and the status quo of women of color around the world.
If you could share business advice with yourself 10 years ago, what would you say?
You have to keep multiple swimlanes open and productive in your business. You cannot just depend on one sale or even one form of revenue stream. You have to productively drive sales in multiple swimlanes to keep growing and scaling your media company. That is the best advice I would give myself 10 years ago at 18.
How do you feel self-love & confidence impacts one's journey as a CEO?
Confidence and self-love actually impact your journey as a CEO by empowering you to believe in yourself. I am able to grow and excel in my media company career as Founder and CEO because I love myself so deeply and I believe in my own potential to go get my goals so deeply. Self-belief is important to nurture consistently.
What are you looking forward to most for the remainder of 2020?
I am looking forward to continuing to grow my media platform @SpeakerShinjini and hitting my revenue goals of personal brand consultations, memoir at 26 called "Unapologetically, Shinjini" digital download sales, and small business content strategy partnerships. It should be an exciting finish to sustained business growth this year.
How can readers support your efforts and connect with you online? You can learn how to become your own unapologetic go-getter with happiness and impact to start making the first move to go get your goals by reading about my journey as an immigrant from India to Malaysia to America at 9, and Industrial Engineer who graduated from Georgia Tech, to start her own media company at 24. You can download my memoir at 26 to read for 26 USD on www.unapologeticallyshinjini.com. We are go-getters! Let's go get our goals!
You can follow me @SpeakerShinjini across all social media platforms to learn how to become a go-getter.