Saudamini Mishra Exclusive Interview – ‘If It Doesn’t Help, Heal, Or Teach, Don’t Do It’
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Saudamini Mishra was recently interviewed by TheCelebrity.Online Magazine and below is the Q&A session we had with her.

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How do you introduce yourself?

I don’t. My work introduces me as author-inventor Saudamini Mishra aka Dhi. 

Childhood to Adulthood – How was your transition from childhood to adulthood and what are the bad and good things you remember?

My transition from childhood to adulthood happened on the day I lost my mother to the pandemic in 2020. I learn from the bad things and remember only the lessons by heart, and in terms of the good things— there are aplenty— like my time in college that, looking back, laid the foundation of my identity and career, the wonderful interactions I have had and the connections I have built with people all over the world, from varied cultures, and of course, my travels, including the ones for business. 

Struggle – What hardships have you gone through in life?

There are too many to recount, but suffice it to say, I have been tested to my bones thus far, and I am aware that they have been more than that of an average person’s. 

What do people usually not know about you?

These questions are turning out to be deeper than I expected— that they really don’t know me. Period. 

What sets you apart from your competitors in the industry and in life?

The way I see the world, people, and situations has been proven to be officially and verifiably different, so, that would be it. 

What are your upcoming major events—unforgettable moments or products/services that you want to promote/inform?

Dhi’s Clock, the time device— a digital clock—I have invented for people’s psychological well-being, will be revealed soon. 

What expert advice would you like to give?

The one I invariably give: if it doesn’t help, heal, or teach, don’t do it.

Social Media

Instagram – @Saudamini_dhi