Author: Shlok Mishra

From taking tuitions to Digital Marketing: this is Kalpita’s story.

Has it ever occurred to you it’s not only you who might feel scared, that it’s not only you whose heart races at 150 bpm whenever you’re about to take a life-changing decision?

Surveys say that a considerably enormous chunk of humans face the same issue.

It’s not the feelings that should prove you to be a coward or not good enough. The thing that really matters is your will to try, to face the cries and your will to fly.

Introduction to MyCaptain

Being born in Ajmer, Rajasthan, I belonged to a very typical middle-class family, but it wasn’t very me to be the conventional kind. I was never someone who wanted to live by the orthodox assumption of- school, college, marriage, and then getting old. I always wanted to be the captain of my boat and sail the sea that way, too.

I have always seen myself as someone who likes to swim against the tide and pave my own way. There have been various instances in my life where I have thought of stopping, but I’d say to myself, “well why not one last try, succeed only once, you know…”

I’ve worked for my entire life and started at an age as young as sixteen. I remember how after hours of teaching my juniors I used to earn 300Rs and how even that seemed like an achievement. Sometimes, I had to take care of my entire family and circumstances didn’t permit me to explore- but as time does, that passed and I continued to try new stuff.

 I was looking for opportunities to learn new things, and this search of mine introduced me to MyCaptain.

I was working at a job that I didn’t really enjoy. I felt like there was only one monotonous rhythm to my day there, which was something that I never enjoyed.

Doing new things and learning about new fields was always something that I have loved and MyCaptain’s Digital Marketing Pro Course fuelled my search for a fresh course.

I found MyCaptain through an Instagram ad when I was scrolling one day- who knew that it would become such an important part of my life.

Days at MyCaptain

Enrolling into MyCaptain was one of the smartest decisions that I ever took. Not only because it is something that helped me learn so much about a field that I was new to, but because it is the reason I will have the life that I will have. The course not only enhanced my knowledge but also my personality.

 The environment at MyCaptain’s Digital Media Marketing Pro Course made me feel like I was in my comfy chair at home on a chilly Monday morning and there was a friend giving me the motivation to start and conquer the day.

I always have been that one student that completes assignments beforehand and submits them early and tries to be the best in the lot. Even at MyCaptain, I always submitted assignments before time, and was a very noticeable student. Sometimes, so much so that the mentors asked me if everything was okay when I submitted one of my assignments a little late because of some personal issues.

MyCaptain for me wasn’t just an online platform that I had to use for learning something, but it was always like a fellow friend who helped me learn things, gain experiences and be happy. My mentors at the course were not just teachers who taught their mentees, just because that’s what their job was. The mentors enjoyed talking and interacting with us and, in between the happy and fun conversations, depart knowledge that would be with us forever.

The course material was not just a few pages or a lot of pages that went on straight about the content, related to the course, but it had interesting video and typed lessons. Another very interesting approach that was taken by the platform was the level-by-level process of proceeding with the course.

Every level was about one or two dedicated topics and by the time I just swirled about the material, thinking that it would start soon and that the thing I was listening to and reading was just an introduction to long video lectures, but even before I could realize, I was done with the Topic, well versed about the information that I needed, and that realization of mine, got empowered by the quizzes that we had at the end of every lesson.

It was not only the memories and fun I was taking back with me, apart from the lessons. I was also taking some very important pointers on essential but commonly neglected topics- for example, getting placed. We were engaged in the placement training part of the course, where they taught us about building a resume, and methods of tackling an interview.

What After MyCaptain?

 MyCaptain was never a captain that left his boat afloat in the sea, or in simple words, someone who would take their leave as soon as their work was done. My captain, on the contrary, was like a good friend who stuck by your side all the time.

After the completion of our course, they made us a part of the placement process. The help of the placement cell of MyCaptain made the entire process related to the placement so incredibly easy and seamless.

My resume, like that of the other mentees, circulated into the network of companies and then began the process of selection, via interviews and tasks, etc.

They invited me for an interview with one company, who, in their own words, loved my resume and my mindset, along with my way of answering the questions and facing the interview.

After a while, on one fine day, I received my joining letter from the same company. This honestly was a really proud moment for me and thanks to MyCaptain, I could crack the interview.

Ending with a Quote

MyCaptain helped me get out of a place where I wasn’t happy and it was an essential step that I took, which indeed helped me a lot, however it wasn’t as easy of a step as it might seem. I had a thousand thoughts, positive and negative, but all I understood at the end of it was that it was sometimes better to let it go.

So for anyone reading this, I would like to say,

Don’t be afraid of what is to some. We are no more the toddlers that have to be spoon-fed everything and we have to take our own steps, so just go for it and you won’t face disappointment. For all it takes, is that one more try.

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A Visual Communication Student Starting Her Career in Social Media: This is Adhira’s Story

Do these things frighten you? Yesterday’s thoughts, tomorrow’s worries- do they stop you from doing something you’ve always wanted to do?

Wise men have said to let it be, is to let it go, and to let it go, is to let fears grow. Stepping out of your comfort zone and doing something that seemed impossible at some point is something that is applaudable.

Read the story of Adhira Ragunathan, who faced her fears and went for an option that was considered being unsafe and won.

Introduction to MyCaptain

I as a little child, remember having a thing for cameras and photos, I used to run around with my parent’s camera and take pictures and videos of the most random things around the house and had the biggest smile on my face, when I went to show them to my parents.

I always was sure that filmmaking was my passion, and that I wanted to pursue it, but it’s always easier said than done, to pursue a field which goes against the conventional idea of what a Job is.

After completing my school education, I was very sure and had a concrete take on the fact that I wanted to follow my passion. So, after a lot of push and pull off thoughts and a lot of talk with my parents, I became part of a visual communication course, after which I became the part of a Filmmaking course at Zee institute of Media Arts, Mumbai.

Although I have always had the urge of being a filmmaker and a dream of making films for a living, but I never found myself to be completely stuck inside that one bubble of filmmaking. I’ve always wanted to discover new things, and learn.

I, personally, never was a person who can settle at one thing forever. I could do one job or be a part of one field, but I always have needed to do something new and interesting even if it is on the side.

Have you ever felt like you shouldn’t do something you really want to do, well if you did, you have been in the exact place; I was in while I was searching for options, to start my journey in social media management?

It was then, when I found MyCaptain. The platform felt like the light at the end of a tunnel, unknown and unexpected, but it’s that one light gives you hope to carry on with.

I came to know about MyCaptain from one of my friends, who had previously done a course on the platform and could not stop talking about how amazing her experience was.

She always told me about her amazing conversations with her mentors and the content provided to her through the App and how amazing she found it to be. She also was very proud to be a part of the only platform that not only provided but also guaranteed working opportunities after the completion of the course.

After a few conversations with her about the platform, I gave it a go and if only I would’ve known what was to come, I would’ve enrolled into the course a long while back.

Days at MyCaptain

 Enrolling into a course at MyCaptain was one decision of my life that I would always praise myself for. The platform, for me, was like a whole new and amazing experience for me.

After trying to search for resources to fuel my endeavors, when I found MyCaptain, I was very glad about the decision I made. The platform was not like any other platform that provided you with courses and, later, with certificates. To add to your resume, MyCaptain was more of an experience than just another course.

One of my favorite parts about the course was the interaction with the mentors who we called captains and the lessons and course material on the MyCaptain App.

My mentors were not just teachers who taught me about the course but they were much more than that. I would even call my Captains to be like the SOS services, as they were always very approachable and helpful. My captain was always just one call or text message away.

Unlike on other platforms, I observed a fact that mentors at MyCaptain seemed to love their job, interact with the mentees and were not someone who just had to be there on my computer screen constantly speaking for one hour and then just go away.

The mentors at MyCaptain did never let time be a barrier for the learning. They always insisted on learning more and caring less.

Normally, when a person takes any online course, there is an initial period of excitement and enthusiasm when the course starts but with time, that enthusiasm seems to fade slowly, into nothing but just a stretch of road that you need to walk on even if you don’t want to, just so you can get out of the situation.

However, this was not the case with MyCaptain, I remember, at the beginning of my Explorer course, that I did before my pro Course (Digital Marketing Pro Course), which was called Social Media Content Creation Course, I always had a fear at the back of my mind, that maybe I am not doing the right thing, that maybe I am going way too far, just for the sake of trying, but the 1-month explorer course, cleared all my doubts about, myself.

I never got the feeling of losing the enthusiasm from the day I started the explorer course to this day, when I am placed and have a Job.

There were certain highlights about MyCaptain that distinguished it from other platforms and made it the best. One of these things was the course material.

The course material was not just a few pages or a lot of pages that went on straight about the content, related to the course, but it had interesting video and typed lessons.

Another very interesting approach that was taken by the platform was the level-by-level process of proceeding with the course.

Every level was about one or two dedicated topics and by the time I just swirled about the material, thinking that it would start soon and that the thing I was listening to and reading, was just an introduction to long video lectures, but even before I could realize, I was done with the Topic, well versed about the information that I needed, and that realization of mine, got empowered by the Quiz’s that we had at the end of every lesson.

Every single level on the MyCaptain app helped me to stay engaged with the course and kept my interest not only alive but on a constant energy boost.  

What after MyCaptain

The enthusiasm at the starting of the course was indeed a great way to fuel my endeavors, but a question always remained. What next?

There is always a fright in the mind of an average middle-class person like me while doing a course. The fright constantly talks to the mind and screams at the top of its lungs, “What if this doesn’t work?”, “What if it’s nothing but a wastage of money?” My answer to every such question was not clear until I joined MyCaptain.

MyCaptain, unlike many other platforms, was not a platform that would abandon you after the completion of your course.

After the completion of our course, they made us a part of the Placement process. The help of the placement cell of MyCaptain made the entire process related to the placement so incredibly easy and seamless.

My resume, like that of the other mentees, circulated into the network of companies and then began the process of selection, via interviews and tasks, etc.

After they circulated our resumes, I received a communication telling me I got shortlisted. I got shortlisted for the interview for three companies. This was honestly an hour of proud for me, to get shortlisted for not one or two but three companies.

I remember being extremely scared of not getting through any of my interviews, and proving my fears to be right, and the first two interviews acted like a blow of wind, that pushed my fears, further high into the skies, like it does to a kite.

Also, I remember I was not available for the decided interview date, and scared that only because I could not be there, I would lose such an amazing Job opportunity, but I was wrong and the placement cell of the company, with the help of MyCaptain’s placement team, could reschedule the interview for another date.

The first two interviews were not my best, but the important part is that I got to learn about how to tackle interviews, during our course, at MyCaptain, which eventually helped me to crack my interview for Startupmanch.

Also, my experience from the two previous interviews, along with the advice and lessons from my captain, helped me gather pointers and eventually bag a job.

The moment I got a notification saying that I got selected for the Job was one of the best moments of my life and also, I couldn’t help but notice the extremely lightened up and glowing faces of my parents who seemed pretty proud of me.

The Placement process played with my heartbeats, a lot and pushed it up to, I don’t know, maybe 1000 bpm, but with the help of MyCaptain and my Captains, could have a job in a desired field, which I will be ever thankful for.

Ending with a Quote

Solely with the help of MyCaptain, I could get a Job in my desired field and go from a graduate to a working woman, a title that is music to the ears for all the hard work and the constant help and guidance of my mentor.

For anyone and everyone reading this, I would like to insist and urge you to follow your heart.

Do things you are passionate about, and the ones that bring out the excited child from the deep histories inside you. Chanel your energy into something you like. That way, one day or another, you’ll get where you want to be and would smile back to the past and remember what are to be ‘the good old days.’

With platforms like MyCaptain, you are not alone; you are not falling into the unknown. There is a trusty friend, holding on to you, that would help you carry forward on the path, which you desire to take.

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From Looking For A Safe Job to Getting Placed in an Exciting One: This is Muskan’s Story

People who want to live their passion give your passion, your time, effort and everything, and carry on. Do not get affected or disheartened by any cards that are stacked against you. Everything should and will eventually fall into place.

My Introduction to MyCaptain

Being born into a regular middle-class Indian family, they expected me to complete my studies and then work in a secure field. After completing my school education, I took admission into the course of Bcom (Hons) and spent three years completing my graduation, but even after graduating and getting a job in the finance department, I could never find myself happy or satisfied. I never pictured myself as a person who sat in a cubicle from 9 to 5 every day.

Somewhere in the back of my mind, there was always a feeling of restraint and discomfort, which could never satisfy my goals and ambitions. There was always that thought at the back of my mind, that this was not the field I wanted to continue in forever.

I always had a constant interest in Digital Marketing And Social Media Marketing, but as these were not safe and non-mainstream career options, I never properly had time to explore these career options, and neither did I get any support. But that uphill climb with no harness was not something that could’ve stopped me from achieving my goals- on the contrary, it helped me push myself to always go that extra mile.  

I remember I was constantly looking and searching for resources that could fuel my interest and help me build a career out of something as fascinating as social media management. The appeal of getting someone interested in a brand with something as small as a minute-long Instagram reel was real. Despite my interest in these fields, I could not find resources that could help me learn about them.

What anybody in their 20s does in their free time is what I did as well- staring at my phone, scrolling through social media for hours at an end.

Suddenly one day, an advertisement for MyCaptain’s Digital Marketing Pro Course comes up as my knight in shining armour and shows me a golden opportunity to grab a course in a field I always wanted to be a part of. The aspect of guaranteed placement was like a cherry on the cake for me.

I thought to myself, why not pivot and make a career out of the so-called “time waste”, so after connecting with a MyCaptain representative, I enrolled into the course? And as it’s always good to have some cognizance as a support system with something new, I just went for it.

I hoped that this course could give me great experience and learning that I can carry out for the rest of my life, and also opportunities that could help me take my first step towards my career.

My Experience with MyCaptain

Enrolling in the Digital Marketing Pro course from MyCaptain was, I feel, one of my best decisions ever. Our mentors made sure that the course was a smooth, interactive and fun time. It never felt like I was listening to a lecture- every session felt like an older cousin or a helpful neighbour who’d seen the world welcomed me. This differed from college, where every classroom had as many benches as they could fit. 

My mentors always guided me in the best possible ways. I would never hesitate even a little before talking to them about anything. My mentors moulded me, an absolute fresher, into someone capable of getting an internship in the field.

My favourite part of the course, along with the interactions we had with our mentors, has to be the case studies and tasks we had through the journey. These were very interesting to read and work on, and the course felt like something I wouldn’t want to end.

Now, I know when you partake in a course, you usually start off with truckloads of enthusiasm, but it is difficult to sustain. Students lose interest after a point, maybe because of the routine of sitting in front of a screen and listening to a monotonous voice hour after hour. 

Similarly, when I joined MyCaptain, I was very anxious yet hopeful about the learning experience. On the last day of the course, we had a live class and there I was, sitting on one side of the laptop screen, wishing to relive the entire experience. The MyCaptain experience delighted me and not only did I learn a good deal in my field of interest, but I also took along with me something that’s very well described by Naina in “Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani”- a BIG suitcase of memories.

It was not only the memories and fun I was taking back with me, apart from the lessons. I was also taking some very important pointers on essential but commonly neglected topics- for example, getting placed. We were engaged in the placement training part of the course, where they taught us about building a resume, and methods of tackling an interview.

Honestly, the placement training was like dessert served to us after the main course, and just the way dessert satisfies our needs, so did the placement training. This training helped me like a staunch friend, through my nervousness at the time of placements interviews. 

Journey with the Internship/job opportunity

My journey with MyCaptain did not end with that, of my course.

One of the most important things was that they did not leave us on our own, abandoned, after the commencement of the course. A major factor that distinguished MyCaptain from all the other platforms was the fact that they assured job or freelance opportunities after the course was over.

Towards the end of the course, the facilitators and the mentors helped us with the work opportunities. The placement procedure at MyCaptain was utterly smooth. While we were being explained the placement procedures and important pointers, we joined a Slack channel that was specifically made for placement.

The placement procedure was like walking around a fair where everyone is ready to offer you jobs and internship opportunities.

The placement procedure was simplified to a whole new level, with the help of MyCaptain. When one thinks about the process of job application, we flood the mind with the nightmares of applying, submitting their resumes on various websites and keeping up with every single one of them and still not being sure about getting placed.

They regularly updated us about job and internship opportunities from a wide range of different companies. They gave us all the details from the post offered to the minimum work period, to the stipend, and even the brief history of the company. The message also came with a link through which we could apply for the role.

The process was so convenient that applying for a post never took over 10-15 minutes. MyCaptain truly was the support wheels to the process that was riding a cycle for the first time.

I saw an amazing internship opportunity with a company called QuadB, which suited me well. So, after I completed my application process with the help of my Facilitator, they shortlisted me for interviews. Post the interview rounds, I got my LOA and bagged this amazing internship as a Social media Management Intern for QuadB!

My experience at QuadB gave me another reason to praise MyCaptain, as how I am being treated at QuadB is not at all what the general ‘Internship life standards’ talk about, and say that the Interns get overburdened and underpaid, while I had a completely different experience at QuadB, where not only do I work but also learn everything about my work, from my seniors. 

Ending With A Few Words

With solely the help of MyCaptain, I went from being a graduate who wanted to do something interesting and out of the box to a person who manages the Social Media accounts of her clients. Thanks to MyCaptain, I could kick-start my career in a field that I was a complete stranger to. My jumping down the uncertain path led to such an enjoyable and smooth experience.

This is not only for me or the person reading this, but for all the people who will try out their passion and want it to be their daily bread and butter for them- It might take a week or month, maybe even a year, but give your passion time and effort and everything will eventually fall into place.

With platforms like MyCaptain, you are not in a void. There is a trustworthy friend with you that will help you on the path you wish to take.

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Standing out from the crowd of BBA students, she chose her own path: This is Radhika’s Journey

What do you think when you wake up every day?

That hour of the clock, when the human mind is in the extremes and it’s extremely difficult to calm yourself down. Does your head swirl around with a tsunami of different feelings, or is it one thought at a time?

There are a million thoughts that always play around in the head, some good, some bad, but do you ever get more encouraged by what seems to be scary?

Read the story of Radhika Gupta, who is a person who likes to face the circumstances and strives to shine in every situation, however good or bad it may be.

Introduction to MyCaptain

When I think about how things went, I can, but no better word than a blessing. It is always a pleasure to drive through the old ways again to witness what they usually ignored, our work and the fact that we changed for better.

As a teenager it strikes my memories that I was not a person who sat all the time with a book in my hand and studying but a person who would rather record small clips while talking and pretending to talk to a bunch of people through a lens.

As a child, we all have our happy place. For me, this was it.

After completing my graduation, as a BBA (Hons) graduate from DAIMSR, Nagpur, I was at a place where the things did not seem as clear to me as I was told they would be after getting a college degree. They placed me at TCS after completing my graduation, but I never felt satisfied with my Job.

I always found myself in search of new things which I could learn and gain experience from. It was at this point in time that my inner kid’s urge to go back to what I really enjoyed sped up again. Things were no more the same as they used to be back in the day.

These were the days where an urge to influence people or work with social media was something that could be a career.

As I was searching for resources to fuel my aims and help me grow with my interest, I had my first encounter with MyCaptain.

It was at the Indian Youth Conclave Festival which was held in Nagpur, that I first came to know about MyCaptain, by a representative, who was at the fest. MyCaptain as a platform instantly caught my attention.

MyCaptain seemed to differ from all the other online platforms, because not only was this a platform with a lot of interaction, but it was the only platform that provided you with work opportunities after the completion of the course.  

After a little while of research, I joined the Digital Marketing course, under my mentor Megha Jain, whom we called Captain Megha.

Have you ever had that feeling of holding on to something just because it feels right and because it all somehow seems to fit? That was the case with me with the Digital Marketing Pro Course. This field was a non-secure and non-professional field, according to some people, and I was told many times that the field I always wanted to be a part of had nothing to offer to me.

Days at MyCaptain

After a long time of thinking, contemplating and being unsure, I said to myself, just go for it!! What do you have to fear about? What do you have to lose? And to this day I thank myself every day for taking that decision. Because if not for that decision, I could’ve been in the same place where I was, not happy about myself, which is not a great feeling to have.

The environment at MyCaptain made me feel every day, like I was in my comfy blanket at home on a chilly Monday morning and there was a friend giving me all the motivation to start and conquer the day.

MyCaptain for me wasn’t just an online platform that I had to use for learning something, but it was always like a fellow friend who helped me learn things, gain experiences and be happy.

My mentor at both the courses were not just teachers who taught their mentees just because that’s what their job was. The mentors were people who enjoyed talking and interacting with us and, in between the happy and fun conversations, depart knowledge that was to be there with us forever.

Captain Megha, who was my mentor at the digital marketing course, made the entire process of studying and learning extremely seamless.

She, like all the other captains, did not believe in the old and conventional method of teaching and learning through prescribed material. The courses focused upon the departing of practical knowledge through different mediums.

My favourite part about the course was the interaction with our captains. There were many things that made up the whole umbrella term of captain interaction.

It was not like the captains interacted with us only during the mentioned time of the live sessions, yes that, of course, was there but the mentors (Captains) never limited to that. The captains always worked that extra mile and replied to us whenever we needed. There were even fun activities conducted to keep the mood lightened.

When one enrols into an online course, it is as difficult to maintain the level of initial enthusiasm as keeping your eye from taking a glance at the welding machine just because it isn’t good for the eyes. I mean, it’s beautiful. The sparks aren’t they.

However, the courses at MyCaptain differed from the other courses and, through efforts of the mentors and the interesting course material, it never was a difficulty to maintain the level of interest, enthusiasm and attention. Here, it felt like the moment a beautiful bird catches your eye and then you want to look at it for as long as you can.

The course material and the lessons on the MyCaptain App were also a very essential factor that helped us stay involved with the course. Different assignments and activities helped in discovering and learning the actual practical perspective of the field. Although there were some technical issues, but I always wanted to make the most out of it.

What After MyCaptain 

If I am asked about my entire journey, I would like to present it with a scenario that could explain my perspective

Before enrolling for the course, I was like a newborn baby in social media. The digital marketing course gradually turned me from an infant to a toddler and then eventually into a professional.

The course not only taught us about the course, but it took us further.

MyCaptain was not a platform that abandoned the students, after giving them a certificate for completing the course, but it was like a proper guardian that guided us toward the further steps.

After the completion of the course, they made us to be a part of a placement process. They circulated our resumes to a circuit of companies, which eventually shortlisted us for interviews. Although, the process took a little while; it helped majorly in the entire process.

After applying for the position, when I got shortlisted, I couldn’t help but be extremely happy about the whole process that was made to be like a car ride by the course, as we learned about aspects related to the tackling of interviews and making of the resumes, etc.

When the word interview comes, they’re always is a mixed feeling of happiness, fear and excitement.

I always saw an interview as an opportunity to present myself. I always aimed at letting the interviewers figure out who Radhika is, and by that I don’t mean the candidate-Radhika but the person Radhika.

I always believe that it is extremely important to be honest in an interview and it’s not always necessary to hide your flaws. The thing that one should be concerned about is not ‘how much am I prepared’ but ‘how well have prepared my mental self’

One should not try to make the interviewer notice how well versed he/she is with the answers, but he/she should pay emphasis on making the interviewer believe, how eagerly is one ready to learn and give his/her best.

After my first round of interview, I got shortlisted for the second round and after I appeared for the second round, began the period of wait.

Waiting for the results of the selection process was a feeling that one gets when he is taking his car towards the airport for his first sky dive. There are constant butterflies in your stomach, a rhythm of the words what will happen-what will happen goes on in the mind and there is no other option left but to wait.

After a wait for a few days, came the fine day where I got a call confirming my selection and then received my Letter of Acceptance, stating that they accepted me for the position at Ytech Raj. It was honestly one of the happiest days of my entire life, and I just could not stop smiling.

The placement process was not something that I felt uncomfortable with, but it was undoubtedly the most thrilling part of my entire journey, with all the interviews, tasks, to getting placed.

Ending with a Quote

Only with the help of MyCaptain, I could go from a stage of what I like to call an infant in the field to getting a working opportunity in the very field I was interested in for a long-long time. The platform helped me in every aspect, from basics about the field to how to get a job in the field and it is because of the interesting and memorable journey that I could get to where I am today.

For anyone and everyone who might look for a little spark to light their fires up, I would like to tell you.

Don’t think too much and just do it. It is never a wrong time to do something you love. It takes a lot of courage to stand up against every person who says that a decision you’re about to take is only going to do you down, and that can consume a lot of time, which is perfectly alright.

 It took me 4-5 years to get started with my journey, but the moment I started; I knew it wasn’t something I would ever regret.

No one knows what could be the last day of our lives, so why even wait for what is called the right time? Just go for it and believe in yourself. All the success and happiness should come your way. If not today, then tomorrow. If not tomorrow, then next week, or next month, but it would. Just stand your ground and work towards what you want to be.

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