When I was a little kid, I would always ask questions. I got really good at it too! So good in fact, that whenever I asked a question like “How does a TV work?” my father would have me read a book about and then write a short summary about what I had learned. Fast forward to my post-graduate life, as a recruiter, I got really good at asking strangers all kinds of questions to ensure they were the right candidate for the job. This practice, over time, got me to a point where I could go up to even famous people without fear & ask them for a picture together. To me, I have always felt that: “If you don’t ask, you don’t get & really what is the worst that can happen? They will say: “NO!”?
This blog post was written by Sujit Reddy. Catch Sujit at momondays Toronto, ON on 03/27/2017! Get your advance tickets here: Buy Tickets
Sujit K. Reddy is a University graduate who holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from the University of Toronto. He also has a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management from Sheridan College’s School of Business. Sujit enjoys volunteering his spare time with local causes and traveling locally and internationally. He operates Human Capital Solutions which is a HR consulting firm. Although born with the physical challenges of Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus, he has and does excel at everything his sets his mind to accomplishing! For more about Sujit, visit http://www.sujitspeaks.com.