Aman Rai

Aman Rai


“I wanted to become a pilot as a child since I have always loved the clear blue skies. When I was 16, I sold hoodies and made a profit of 80k. That was the moment I realised that I had a chance to break free from the shackles of societal norms and change behavioural trends in all age groups. My entrepreneurial journey started in college when I became more independent and matured. I wanted to pursue something with 100% ownership.I started my journey with my best friend. We even met with a couple of like-minded people who have helped supplement our growth as advisors and our team. We opened up internships recently, held free awareness campaigns for people coping with loss in these challenging times, and connected with different communities to improve their foothold in society. We even indulged in much pro-bono work because I aim to help all those who need a helping hand.A few years ago, I was in a hazardous relationship with my school girlfriend. Even as I was completely unaware, I was in a trance filled with mental trauma and facing its physical implications when the relationship ended. My jaw got locked, and I had breath-holds and panic attacks. Facing the reality of my situation, concerning its complications with society, had me building up an insane amount of anxiety. Eventually, my family got me professional help to overcome this tremendously painful and exhausting period.I spent three months on antidepressants and tranquillisers. It gave me a lot of time to think and understand how lucky I was to have the moral support of such understanding friends and family. Still, unfortunately, not everyone is as blessed as I am. I used this experience to help all those in need of a push, some help, maybe even a few words of encouragement, to drag them out of a pit filled with complex emotions eating out their insides. Always try to serve a storm in a teacup. My motto is, I try to start small and grow to achieve the desired end goal..”

State : Haryana

Gender : Male

Sector : Healthcare

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