About Me – Pravash Karki

Pravash Karki is a highly skilled UX/UI Designer and Drupal and WordPress expert with over 10 years of experience in web design and development. He has a strong background in open-source technologies and a passion for creating exceptional user experiences. In his current role as CEO of Last Door, Pravash specializes in B2B enterprise-grade Drupal and WordPress CMS design and development. He is proficient in front-end technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and is always looking for opportunities to collaborate and network with other professionals in the industry.

Long Version: I have always had a passion for creating things and making a profit from my creations. Ever since I was in elementary school, I would take on small projects like hoardings and decorations, and sell them to make some pocket money. Despite my love for creating, I struggled in school and often found myself ranked near the bottom of my class. Instead of focusing on my studies, I would often spend my time drawing and creating, which ultimately led to my lack of success in school.

After finishing high school, I decided to take a break from education and start working. My first job was sending international faxes and marking on yellow pages. I quickly realized that this job wasn’t fulfilling my creative interests, so I enrolled in a low-cost college to learn web design and development. Although I spent most of my time in college learning about computers, I struggled with my classes and eventually dropped out of college without completing my degree.

After dropping out, I decided to focus on my career and started working full-time at two different companies. I worked double shifts to make ends meet, but eventually left my 9-5 job to focus on my night shift job. However, after working there for a year, I was fired and decided that I didn’t want to work for anyone else again.

In 2009, I started freelancing as a web designer and Photoshop expert, and quickly found success in this field. I enrolled in a BTEC HND Digital Media course, but ultimately dropped out after the second year. Despite this setback, I continued to grow my freelance business and eventually started working for the Tarsus Group PLC.

Starting a business can be challenging, especially without a background in business or commerce, but through hard work and dedication, I was able to make a success of my freelance business. It’s important to do your research and seek out advice from experts and experienced entrepreneurs to help you succeed.

Work in progress…

Hell Yeah or No – Derek Sivers
Company of One – Paul Jarvis
RajaYoga – Swami Vivekananda

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