I am a full-time software developer, game developer, DevOps Enthusiast, learning ethical hacking as a hobby, and born entrepreneur. Started an Entrepreneurial journey 7 years ago by working on my own products. Some of the products were purely software base and few of them involved hardware programming as well. Developed several games ( as hobby projects ) with the circuits and integrated them with C# desktop apps ( Windows Presentation Foundations). Failed Several startups as well that lead me to become fully bankrupted. Back in 2017 learned game development in 4 months and started a gaming Studio, named "AR Gaming Studio" but that became another failure story when google banned our console account due to one little small mistake by the time when we were just started heading toward achieving our dreams. Life is sometimes sinusoidal, sometimes fully certain, sometimes fully uncertain, whatever happens, the only one thing you have to do is never stop running, never stop learning, never stop finding new ways to hunt. You don't need to be like a fast supercar that is just designed for the plane road rather than such a 4x4WD that is just as normal as on the plane road as it was on the rough and rocky, bumpy and jumpy offroad. I mean one needs to develop those extra skills that help you out when you got stuck somewhere unpredictably. What I have learned from my own experiences in my ups and downtime is the ability to learn new things, new skills quickly as fast as you can. This is the only way to get rid of the problems in which you just got stuck unintentionally.
In my early childhood times, I just loved to hear stories from my younger brother, then very soon I specifically started reading stories books on my own when I was just in class 3. Reading books became my strongest habit eventually and this is the only thing that helped me a lot in overcoming all of my problems. I learned to switch very quickly in no time from one field to another. Books take you from zero and make you a hero if you can complete one book per week, I mean if you can able to read 4 books at least in a single month on one specific topic then within a couple of months you will be on some another level of skills and can start others things in parallel to get rid of some dead endpoints.
So that was my little story and my learnings and real experiences that I have shared with you guys.