Monday, December 30, 2013

An year of mixed feelings

2013 seemed like a fast paced one.I never thought I will go to Delhi/Gurgaon but 2012 made that magic and 2013 has taken that fun out of life. Sudden demise of my father was a biggest shock for me. Family suffered because of my absence in Hyderabad and I needed to come back.  Had lot of time to kill as I was away from home most part of the year and I was able to use it for upgrading my web development skills and setting up base for my entrepreneurial skills. I had good run for careerscale with yourpost assignment in october-dec 2013 period and some trainings occassionally with intone and wiziq as clients.

TMAD continued to be a key area of interest for me (and it will remain), major achievement was to get the mahima orphan home construction work done (honestly, laxman should deserve most of the credit from Ivy comptech for his tireless dedicated effort for completing the INR 16L shed for mahima at vikarabad) was a major achievement and also couple of education cases (one MBBS student from bhimavaram etc).

Days I can't forget are feb 5th when I lost my father and sept 25th where I had funny trip to delhi (walked a km to main road, took a bus then a cab and then a bike ride to airport in hyderabad and then the discussion of Alex at office). Couldn't sustain stupid politics of Mr. A but the positive side was that I got freedom and time back with my family.

Family wise, got some pending stuff done in this year, like getting the wood work done at home in hyderabad and buying a car (yes, finally I bought a I10 sportz). Also family trip to Delhi,Agra and Jaipur was memorable one. My family experienced the flight back and forth to Delhi and kids enjoyed the T3 terminal of Delhi airport.

Going ahead, need to make sure I have required skills and business for careerscale going forward and once I am ready, I will move to full time with careerscale.

Primary goal for next year is to be a better human being (better father, husband and son) and practice more patience (the most difficult thing for me) and continue working on the efforts in self learning and entrepreneurial efforts.