My name is KP and I’m a product maker and writer living in Atlanta right now. I am a life-long learner and an incessantly curious human who believes in the power of arts and technology in changing the world. My method of learning is by doing and shipping small projects through simple daily habits. I’m a huge habits nerd and write about them frequently (s/o to Charles Duhigg, James Clear, Nir Eyal and Ryan Hoover who inspire me!)
I have an eclectic background both culturally (having born in India and now living in the US) and education wise.
I worked as a COBOL programmer fresh out of college for a while before moving to the US to get a Master’s in Electrical Engineering, wrote a thesis on helping micro-robots navigate internal human organs for medical diagnosis, learned the art of copy-writing under the tutelage of an advertising legend briefly, taught myself design and storytelling by helping 25 startups with their pitch decks, mastered the fundamentals of sales by hitting $100k as a side project revenue to now working for a Fortune 500 company’s IT product team. On the side, I’m still devoting time to being a no-code maker by shipping simple web products.
If I could do all of that before turning 30, I believe anything is possible for you if you choose to reframe your limiting beliefs and identities.
This blog is an attempt to share my most recent lessons from living life as a maker and a meditation practitioner. You might like my newsletter that goes out daily (join here) and brings daily goodness to your inbox. Thanks for checking out my site!