Anuradha – The Daydreaming Content Writer

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Anuradha is a content writer and blogger at a software company.


ONE – I am unpolished. I am imperfect, I am soulful. I am shameless about asking for help.

TWO – I daydream, I try to convert my dreams into things. I believe time spent thinking about things seriously is time well spent. The universe is listening. Your thoughts become energy and energy never gets wasted. It reciprocates.

THREE – I am interested in chiromancy and astrology

What do you do?

I am a Technical Content Writer and Blogger in a Software company dominating the mobile app and web development industries. I write about technology, mobile applications, Internet of Things, Ecommerce, computing and design with the aim to coalesce new media and technology.

How did you get into that?

This job is something that doesn’t make me feel a minute that I am working. It’s my passion to get my knowledge married with the bag of words I carry. And what can be anything better when your passion gives you happy bucks.

How long have you been a content writer?

3 years. My passion for writing started when I was a child at school.

Do you have a mentor or anyone who supports you?

My dad is my mentor who has the answer to every question I ask. He always helps me achieve a balance between mind and heart. And I believe the virtues he has imbibed will one day be the DNA of my success.

Who inspires you?

From a toddler to an old age man, from a bird and animal to every surrounding space is my source of inspiration. But for me nature is mother of all inspiration.


For me nature is the storehouse of all ideas. The beauty, the wisdom and the ingenuity helps me to be a masterpiece in thoughts and that gives me the way towards a balanced life.

What do you find challenging, if anything, about being a woman in an industry dominated by men?

It is no surprise, that definitions of leadership have traditionally been “gendered.” It is exhausting and stressful for many women to walk this tightrope, to work to be heard through the gendered filter that simply doesn’t hear leadership in a female voice or a feminine style of speaking. It is hard work to have to prove one’s competence — which is presumed in one’s male counterparts. I am lucky enough to work in such an open environment where gender bias is totally void. I wish the world becomes a greater place for women.

What advice do you have for girls or women considering a tech role?

Once you have clarity and put in consistent efforts, you become unstoppable.

What is your favourite quote?

“Be the type of person you would like to meet.”