When You Co-author Your Life's Story
By Kamal Khanzada • November 11, 2016
Every one of us goes through ups and downs in life. However, every individual’s story has a unique perspective, which is what sets it apart. I led a normal life. I wasn’t under the pressure of being the breadwinner of the house but I always wanted to do something which would make my family feel proud of me. I started off as a salesman and loader. It wasn’t a fancy job. Every day, I wondered if this was all I wanted to do in my life. I decided that my aims were definitely bigger. As part of the sales team for the company, I visited nearly half of all the grocery stores - big and small - in Karachi. From unloading boxes of oil to filling out sales sheet, everything had an influence on my learning. I was earning enough to support my own education so I used to study as well as work.
Then I got the opportunity to join a software house as a data-entry officer. This was my entry into the technological world, where I had come to stay. I started digging deeper into the digital world and was able to pick up things from my seniors quickly. My growing knowledge enabled me to speak at various academic sessions. Then, I moved on to consulting big and small businesses and finally ended up joining a fun-filled startup which was a creative digital agency. I am proud to say that today; I lead the entire digital department at this agency. It has been quite a journey - from loading boxes of oil to creation of ideas – and it just goes to show that one can always reach their true potential if they have the eagerness to learn and the curiosity to explore.
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