Believe in Yourself. Showcase the Best Version of You and Be Consistent - Pooja Bera

If you fulfill your obligations everyday you don't need to worry about the future

1. Tell us about your background and journey.

I'm software engineer by profession and a Youtuber at heart. Choosing a life between what parents always wanted and what I always wanted to do was a lil tricky. 

Hence, I Decided to choose both and balance out everything by myself. And here we go, I started my youtube journey 3 years back. I post Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, DIY content on my channel. At the moment I'm blessed with 25k Subscribers on my channel.

2. When did you first decide that you wanted to create content and how did you start?

Heartbreak gave me a pain which ultimately led me to depression. That's when I decided to follow my passion that would help me to find myself. 

Indeed, Youtube made me discover the new possibilities within me and I'm glad I met the real me. Creating content was always challenging. Nobody taught me do's and don'ts of creating content. I believe Content creation is a process that becomes better and better with consistency. 

Earlier I started filming with the phone, but once I started earning from youtube I took baby steps and kept on buying cool equipments from the income I made from it for the better production quality.

3. Is vlogging and YouTube content creation a financially sustainable career?

Yes, If you are extremely passionate about it.

4. Who is your favorite creator and why?

Without a doubt It has to be 'Sejal Kumar'. She's versatile, supremely talented and has inspired me alot throughout my youtube journey.

5. How and where do you find inspiration to churn out content?

I keep on Hunting for inspiration on various social media platforms like Instagram, pinterest, Facebook and YouTube.

6. What does your typical day look like?

My routine is extremely tied up. I work for Citiustech as a Software engineer from Monday to Friday. Weekends are meant for content creation. I have spent sleepless nights doing editting for past couple of years. And now when I look back, I feel I'm habituated doing it and would love doing it for my entire life.

7. Which is your favorite book and why?

It's 'One Day, Life will Change' by Saranya Umakanthan because I truly believe one day, life's gonna change for better.

8. What piece of advice would you like to give to future and aspiring creators?

Believe in yourself. Showcase the bestest version of you and Be consistent.

- Pooja Bera

Interviewed by - Manav Malik

Edited By - Vayun Sahni

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