Hi, I am Sharad Patel
“What is it I seek?”
I was born on 29th May 1987. I prefer the silence of sweet music. I like to see things change and grow with time, like vines that intertwine each other to the point of mingling unrecognizable. I like to see new sights and hear new sounds and then I move ahead to the next rhythm. Seeing and experiencing life remains as my cherished activity; I throw in challenges to better myself.
In a small city, as fulfilling as a metropolis, I did my schooling and college to earn my degrees by which time I grew disillusioned as my inner yearning outgrew the limited opportunities available. I wanted more.
“Glamour? Fame? Celebrity? Class?”
Glamour? Fame? Celebrity? Class?
I not only know what I like to do, I do it. I am a perfectionist. I had the privilege to be a promoter and organize one of the largest fashion festivals in India “Rajasthan Fashion Week”. Later on, I produced films, sang songs, made amazing real estate and dived from the tallest building. When I remember the past, I imagine my old selves do all those activities.
But then later onwards a realization struck me:
“I am the moment. Here. Now.”
“I am Sharad Patel, at this very moment!”
“Life is a journey, not a Destination”
I had everything any man or woman could aspire for: Wealth, Comfort, Status and my own Real Estate Business. I have successfully completed projects related to residential and commercial properties. Many of them have won accolades for high quality. Yet, I don’t intend to rest on my laurels.
Because I feel I still have much to do. There’s only so much one can do, but it’s on my list and I’m just warming up.
“Failures are Their Own Reward”
I’ve had the privilege to work in various capacities as a businessman, singer, producer and adventurer. I’ve worn many hats. I am surprised by my own success so far in fields so diverse and varied. I lose myself in my work. Later, I marvel at what I’ve achieved.
However, failures have taught me more than success. I’ve still got many projects to boot and my work leads me to the fast-track highways of life. My pace is too fast enough to make everyone go mad. Except for me. Always keep this saying in mind: “We need Muscles of Iron and Nerves of Steel.”