It doesn't matter how old or successful you got. Be it good or bad, school memories still remain as young as you were back then.
Going back to memory lane, I remember how poorly average a student I was, although I was active in co-curricular activities.
Family issues compelled me to get half of my education from PrayagRaj and the remaining half in Kanpur. I changed schools like every other promotion in class, which led to my life with almost no friends.
Thankfully I got a stable school life for 4 years (from 9th to 12th) in the same school named Durga Prasad Vidhyaniketan, Kanpur.
Like every other middle-class Indian, I chose to fulfill my father's dream of being a CA and opted for commerce.
After getting average marks in Intermediate, Anushka Trivedi joined the coaching, and that was the first time she stepped out of her house other than school and Nani's house. It was exciting to attend classes and make new friends. Along with that, she has also applied for B.com from DBS.
Anushka Trivedi appeared at the CA entrance and cleared it on the first attempt. Whereas with the hat of overconfidence, it took her five attempts to complete IPCC along with losing friends. Anushka Trivedi finished M.com in the lockdown situation with absolutely no college life and much life learning.
After lockdown, Anushka Trivedi came to real-world with no confidence, an M.com degree, and an uncompleted professional course. She thought of exploring the other opportunities rather than continuing with her CA journey.
Anushka Trivedi started using LinkedIn to get a job that could earn her a living in the real world. Soon she realized that she might not fit into a finance job, and few jobs didn't fit in with her pride. So, she started creating content and writing out of passion, and it became her profession.
Going with the flow, accepting every other gig for ghostwriting, and learning with the process while owning all the criticism she makes is worth your time.