I’m reaching out today to say that I, Adityaa.,
From being a mischievous hyper active boy to a successful individual today, life has been a roller coaster ride for me.
I was found to be dyslexic during my early primary schooling and was pulled out for a few months from regular schooling, trained on how to face and deal with challenges and was put back to the main stream.
I completed my 10th grade with State Board with great difficulty. I then moved on to high schooling where I opted for Commerce stream and completed my 12th grade with the Matriculation Board. Following which I completed my Under-graduation from a Madras University Affiliated College in Chennai. During my final year of under graduation – I used to intern in a prominent garment company to gain experience on the management proceedings and more.
After completing my Under Graduation, I prepared myself to go overseas to do my Post Graduation immediately and I left the same year to pursue my PG. My experience as an Intern helped me get placed in University along with my GMAT and IELTS scores.
On completing my Post-Graduation successfully, I got myself placed and was working in England as a Business Co-ordinator in a Financial Services Company. I was then asked to pursue my Masters in Finance (Corporate Masters). Following which I relocated to Middle East and was working as a Business Manager in the Corporate Training department.
As situation warranted me to come back to home country, I quitmy work and came down late last year. I was on a sabbatical for a few months before I joined my father business early this year. I’m very happy in what I am doing and for what I am today. We are into Wealth Advisory which Manages Investment portfolios and distribute Financial Products.
I again underline “I am very happy and thankful for what I am today”
– When I was young - being dyslexic, I had never thought of being this successful.
Today, I am proud to had been one!
I would have to be thankful for all the people who have dealt with me so far.
Firstly – Ms. Savithri Krishnan Mam, Ms. Lakshmi Radhakrishnan Mam - MY MENTORS. They had extracted the potential in me., without whom I am not what I am today. Their contribution in my upbringing was sky-high.
Secondly – MDA (the entire crew)
Last, but the FIRST – MY PARENTS who had to put up with all my mischief where very understanding and acceptable. My main Motivators. Their involvement in nurturing me was mind-boggling.
If Children with dyslexia can't learn the way we teach, then we teach the way they learn