Enhancing wellness through SaaS
Have you ever wanted to be that person that others say to you; He’s been there and done that, and you should talk to him!
I remember growing up, I had no clue what I wanted to do, and despite thinking I was alone in this, the reality was that I was just another in the pool of confused poor souls with no clue what to do. One factor did differentiate me from what others mentioned, though! My dad was super open about what I wanted to do with my future. His classic go-to line, “Go and do whatever you want to do,” still rings in my ear. Not that it helped then, but it meant I had the freedom to do anything I thought I wanted. He allowed me to be free of a choice being thrust upon you. I was the youngest in the family, and my older brother being just over five years older than me, didn’t help either. You get called out to look up to your older siblings, which is just one of the many things that boggled me in my growth journey. Honestly, I don’t think anyone can give you that clarity. To get clarity, I had multiple people tell me that I should talk with people in the careers I want to follow up on. So I tried that, but it didn’t exactly work out as I thought it should.
So, where am I going with this introduction; believe me, it’s not a story about me. Nor one that I would start with a personal anecdote if it didn’t hit home in a way that gave direction better than most could muster.
Joseph and Ben in conversation with Sudheer Koneru, the founder and CEO of Zenoti, a company that didn’t make a lot of noise when they were building up but is today the King in their segment. They take care of the wellness space and have dominated it without question.
Sudheer is, not by his looks but more around who he has portrayed himself. He is extremely well-grounded, yet entirely sure where to put his next foot down. He speaks from volumes of experience and isn’t afraid to talk about where he was caught off guard. In simple terms, Humble! Now that you’ve got a mental picture of this person, we would like to take you through some of the words of wisdom that he shared with us. We were privy to a presentation that he usually takes his employees through, and no one outside the company has had the privilege to be taken through it.