Happy minds always know how to multiply and influence others with happiness. Rajvi Sanghvi, the founder of Hobbmob is one such person whose vibrant attitude towards life is infectious. The company’s happy circle has one motto – Learn-Teach-Learn-Repeat. Hobbmob.com connects hobby learners with experts or professionals, therefore cultivating an enormous source of self-growth. Speaking of it, Rajvi says, “We are trying to build a community of like-minded people who like to do something fun and different.”
We are trying to build a community of like minded people who like to do something fun and different.”
The one who loves new hobbies
This entrepreneur classifies herself as an experimenter, with a tendency to fall in love with and enjoy new things. “I never got committed to a hobby- I just loved doing different things every now and then.” With eagerness to do something cool and new one weekend and not quite finding a place to learn it, Rajvi decided to build a platform where eager hobby-learners could find workshops or classes happening around them.
Saying no to 60 hours of work
As untameable as her soul is, Rajvi says, she could never bring herself to work 60 hours a week for someone else’s company when she knew that she could build her own. “I wanted to invest my time in something which I feel passionate about, and I am glad that I am doing it now.” Learning something new was always the agenda, therefore Rajvi inculcates this in all the learners who join Hobbmob, “Share your skill and pick up another one.”
Entrepreneurs sometimes are so focused on building the perfect product, putting up a perfect launch, that sometimes they tend to overlook the fact that may be ‘good enough’ was all the company really needed.”
“Hobbies”, this hobby-master states, “are a little bit of science and art. We build something with our heart and our mind.” Rajvi whose sole focus is her company has an interesting statement about perfection, “Perfect is the enemy of good enough.” She says she learnt this from her experience of building her company. Further elaborating on it Rajvi says, “Entrepreneurs sometimes are so focused on building the perfect product, putting up a perfect launch, that sometimes they tend to overlook the fact that may be ‘good enough’ was all the company really needed.”
Keeping a wider perspective and growing an even wider circle of eager hobby-learners and teachers, is how Rajvi Sanghvi is bringing a positive outlook to our often monotonous lives.