At the cusp of parenthood, Sunitaa found herself in a dilemma. She was an ambitious woman with aspirations of her own but she wanted to leave no stone unturned in being an effective parent to her kids.
She wanted her life's work to embrace both the creative and the qualitative, developing and thriving a businesses and at the same time, nurturing her family to exist as harmoniously as it possibly could.
As a gold medalist who excelled in both the academic and professional spheres, she knew that she was capable of running a successful business when she'd put her mind to it. It was the role of a parent that she now needed to tackle. For this purpose, she attended parenting workshops that she found interesting. And it struck her. In the present-day rat-race that celebrated productivity and achievements, we have lost the subtle art of leading a balanced life that will render us capable of celebrating these happy moments. That is what she needed to figure out and forward what she's learnt to her contemporaries.
She found her life's purpose in helping others thrive.