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My 90 Days Saga

Author Name: Pranati Mohanty | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

My 90 Days Saga was written by a first-time author at a very interesting time. She had been contemplating to leave her corporate job for quite some time. As she crawled along in her life, her stresses became a nuisance. When she finally decided to call it a day, she was served a usual three months’ notice period. This was the time, when she decided to write her life story during a particular phase of time. Amid uncertainties, she bought a sick boutique unit with her savings, knowing fully well that financial cushion was paltry. And then, Covid pandemic struck India, disrupting human lives in all forms. She was stuck at home, doing her office jobs, contemplating a business strategy on how to make a sick unit profitable. She did not have any experience in business, but the domain in which she entered was a childhood fascination – creative designing which, in the hindsight, actually helped her. To top it all, she managed a heavy course work for a new management qualification from Xavier Institute, which she successfully completed. Being a single woman, she did all these during a pandemic with so much of uncertainties around. She attributed her indomitable spirit to her parents and unfathomable faith in the Almighty. Her transformation process from a normal small-town girl from a remote corner of India to a successful entrepreneur symbolized her increasing self-belief. 

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Pranati Mohanty

Pranati comes from a remote tribal district of Odisha (Kendujhar), where she was born and brought up till she was in her early 20s. She received her education from vernacular schools and local college. She lost her father when she was still in her early higher secondary days. She decided to be self-dependent and moved to Bengaluru in 2002, where she has been living since then. She did odd jobs initially and acquired a few qualifications, including a Master’s Degree in Journalism. In a few years’ time, she slowly graduated to be in the field of technical writing and led teams in companies she served. She still does select assignments for a few clients. She intends to acquire more skills, qualifications and is determined to prove her entrepreneurial abilities in coming times. She has seamlessly blended her small-town hunger to fight with carve a niche in whatever she does in her adopted city Bengaluru.

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