Vinod  Kumar  Reddy  |  Ananthapuram,  Andhra  Pradesh.

When Yuvian Vinod Kumar Reddy was introduced to YouWeCan Foundation’s work – he found an accessible way to make a significant difference. In conversation with Vinod, on what makes him amplify the YWC message.

Q. Introduce yourself.  Where  are  you  from  &  how have  you  become  involved  with  the  foundation?

A. I am Vinod Kumar Reddy from Ananthapuram, Andhra Pradesh. I work in an insurance firm in Bengaluru. I have been keeping a close eye on YWC ever since it was founded. Upon knowing its humanitarian ideas and behaviour, I became involved with the foundation.

Q. What motivated  you  to  become  involved with  YWC  activities?

A. Yuvraj Singh – the human inspired me to get involved with YWC. He is a kind hearted person.

Q.  What  is  a  memorable  moment  that  you’ve experienced  in  your  involvement  with  YWC?

A. Yuvi’s virtual meeting with all of us, his die-hard fans on August 31, 2020 is the most memorable experience for me, with YWC.

Q.  What  do  you  aspire  to  do?

A. I aspire to be healthy, happy and content with what I have, rather than worrying about the things that are not in my control. It sounds pretty simple, but it really isn’t. It has to come from within. One can’t master this art, if you run after materialistic things or regretting the past and worrying about the future.

Q.  Has  Yuvraj  Singh  inspired  your  life? How and why?

A. Who doesn’t draw inspiration from a champion who is very stubborn about achieving their goals ? The ability, perseverance, patience and positive attitude of him, to get up and do it again keep motivating me always. I didn’t see phoenix, but I can proudly say, I saw Yuvraj Singh – who rises higher every time he falls.

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