5 motivation tips from world’s youngest CEO, at the age of 8.
History was created in the year 2006, when this dashing little dynamo designed and developed the first website for her school, Presentation Higher Secondary School, Calicut.
If you think that she belongs to a generation of BMW’s and Macintosh, then you are mistaken. This champion web designer belongs to a middle-class Indian family, but was lucky enough to have mesmerizing parents with a different thought process.
The long wait is finally over..!
It’s time for us to meet the World’s Youngest CEO and Youngest Girl Web designer.
Sreelakshmi Suresh (14). She started playing with computers at the age of 4, thanks to her dad and mom.
You would be awestruck to know that she has so far designed more than 20 websites within a span of 6 years. If you still don’t believe you can learn more about Sreelakshmi here.
Cute little Sreelakshmi has grabbed many accolades from international bodies, including the most prestigious Global web award for excellence in web designing. Another jewel in her crown is the highest National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement 2008, which is the highest award for Children in India. She now has more than 30 awards to her credit.
She became the Youngest CEO of the world at the age of eight by starting her own web designing company, eDesign Technologies, in 2008.
Well you might be thinking, whether the tiny shoulders would have the tenacity to handle the sheer pressure.
Don’t you worry my dear friends.
For this kid its all about passion and achieving success in life. There has been no looking back ever since her mother saw her palying with Microsoft brush, way back in 2002.
Sreelakshmi Suresh once said:-
” Since my school did not have an official site, I took it as a challenge to design one” (courtesy :
Sreelakshmi Suresh took up the challenge to create history at the age of 6.
Trust this success story has inspired you to take action.
Ask yourself – Am I doing what I am meant to do?
Before moving on to your next task, take a firm decision to DO what you love, from this moment
There are 5 exceptional lessons to learn from this inspiring story, to achieve success in life :-
1. Age shouldn’t stop you
People say that you are too young or too old to achieve success in life. After reading this you would have understood that age is not a criteria for success.
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2. Don’t just think, act
All of us have have million dollar ideas. But the million dollar question is that do we have the will to put that into action.
It requires courage, confidence and the willingness to face challenges. So what are you waiting for? This is time to draw your most
3. Self – Discipline
Without discipline you can’t reach great heights. You may have the skill, but
you should acquire the discipline to ensure that your skill doesn’t get ruined.
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Sreelakshmi Suresh leveraged her knowledge, skills and business.
This is the ultimate word for success in the 21st century. You have to leverage yourself in all the arena’s to beat the competition and reach the top.
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5. Pursue your passion
You might be a great singer or an ultimate dancer, but wasting your time in something that you don’t love.
Embrace the fears that stops you from making that bold move.
Its now or never.
Sreelakshmi Suresh has proved and now its your time..!
I would request you to share this story with your friends and relatives, if the world’s youngest CEO has inspired you.