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No shortcuts to success, youth told

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Reaching out:CEO of US-based Keys Software Anil Jyothi Reddy interacting with students and IT professionals on the eve of International Women's Day, in Visakhapatnam on Thursday.—photo: C.V. SUBRAHMANYAM
Reaching out:CEO of US-based Keys Software Anil Jyothi Reddy interacting with students and IT professionals on the eve of International Women's Day, in Visakhapatnam on Thursday.—photo: C.V. SUBRAHMANYAM

Three sutras for my success are – No Compromise, No Condition is Permanent and Nothing is Impossible – says Anil Jyothi Reddy, CEO of Keys Software Solution in the US.

Addressing students of IT and some employees at a function organised here on the eve of International Women’s Day, she emphasised that there is no short-cut to success. Hard work and organic growth alone bring sustained success. Any easy achievement is bound to be momentary, she cautioned the youth.

Recalling her rags-to-riches story, starting from a family of poor farmers to a CEO of a successful manpower recruitment and placement company based in the USA, she said that her difficult childhood made her tough and helped steel her resolve.

Stop blaming others for your life and think positive, president of Chaitanya Sravanti said and urged the youth, especially girls, not to misuse their freedom. She advised the youth to lead a disciplined life and not to fall prey to vices. B. Ratna Kumari of Centre for Women Studies, CEO of Millenium Software Sridhar Reddy, Sridhar of KL University were also present.


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