This Lawyer turned Entrepreneur is giving Serious Shepreneur Goals
Ditch Your Comfort Zone
Women confine themselves in comfort zone and start doubting their abilities, which with time becomes the hardest hurdle to cross.
Krishna Tamalia Vora, Founder, Mom’s Therapy and one of the winners of Inorbit Pink Power 2018 is identified as one of the 10 promising women entrepreneurs.
Krishna Tamalia Vora, says, “I am a lawyer by profession which was a very satisfying profession. However, thanks to my wonderful family, I have been encouraged to step out of the traditional walls of the Indian society and explore my entrepreneurial skills. Once I stepped out of this cultural comfort zone, I became a Director and a Legal Advisor. This is when I realized that women can play many roles. It is when you move out of the comfort zone, that you realize your full potential and get to exhibit your subtle strength.”
Identify Your True Calling
Hobbies turn to habits and then become a passion, but we Indians are trained to keep hobbies to slam books or something to show during family gatherings as kids. Now with changing times, people are realizing the importance of identifying their true calling.
Vora says, “I tapped into my inherent passion and knowledge for skin and hair care through the implementation of Herbal & Ayurvedic ingredients. Thus from a hobby was born a commercial venture "Palasa Body Solutions Pvt Limited”! I branded all my products under the name “Mom’s Therapy”. The concept was naturally inspired by the knowledge that has been passed on from my grandmother to my mother and from my mother to me.”
Embrace Initial Failures
Initial failures at times break the moral strength down and many entrepreneurs get so affected by the initial failures that they do not dare to cross the stretch and the business never takes off.
Vora says “Do not get nervous with initial failures and remain confident always. Failures are only a part of the new journey because you have just stepped out of your comfort zone. Try to get valuable feedback to consistently improve. I used to, and yet do, ask my customers to lend their negative reviews first so that I can improve on their feedback.”