1. To me, u’re already a successful designer. But in any case, all the best for liberation from the limiting thoughts (Familial influences and lack of mentors) that will make you a much bigger star!!

    Wd be happy to know yr action steps in liberating yrself from these thoughts. B’cause I can use them too. 🙂

    1. Ranjan, thank you for the encouragement – success varies – depends on perspectives and each person’s definition can be different. I’ve done pretty good but I don’t feel like I’m *there yet. Not only in terms of being famous but also in terms of level of skill – always learning. I don’t know what my action steps are going to be – although each time I think like this, I tell myself to stop & think about what is good about my life. Being married to a great guy also helps tremendously – in my case. I do have a couple of mentors now – not in the design field but generally in business / life and interactions with them are invaluable. Wait, there’s just one actually. Which is better than good enough.

  2. Great stuff, Naina. I do want to point out that the last quote you used (re: Coach Carter) is by Marianne Williamson from her “A Return to Love.”

    Keep doing what you’re doing.

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