Interview with Aditya Kuchibhotla author of Nex-Tep.

Q. Tell us more about the book. 

The book aims to simplify the science behind the art of building a successful career. While the focus is on career, I find it relevant for life – irrespective of, at what stage we are. This talks about the importance of delivering results, staying relevant, and building a personal brand based on values.

Q. What themes or subjects do you often find yourself drawn to in writing?

I love to write about life experiences, life skills, human emotions, and aspects that can make us better individuals. 

Q. Describe a lesser-known aspect of Aditya.

I’m on a self-discovery journey and a work in progress. I have a long way to go.

Q. Are there specific messages or feelings you hope your readers take away from your story?

I want the readers to feel hopeful, confident, and positive by reading the book. 

Aditya Kuchibhotla the author Nex-Tep

Q. Can you share your daily ritual for balancing your life? 

I have a set of yogic practices that I try to follow daily. I also try observing my breath during the day. This helps me stay calm and grounded. 

Q. Tell us about the first book you read that made you cry.

I rarely read fiction/autobiographies, hence there isn’t any book that made me cry. 

Q. Given the complex publishing process in India, what was your experience with us?

I really loved the personal attention that you give to the authors. You’re very well versed in the fact that writing is a creative process and accommodates the writer’s changes. 

Q. Do you believe that a writer needs to have strong emotions?

Not just a writer, we all, as individuals, should have strong emotions, be aware of those, and responsibly express them. Only then can we become better individuals. 

Q. Tell us about the most challenging part of writing the story.

The clarity of the message that the author expects to deliver through the book is very important. Once the author has this clarity, ensuring that every single word is in sync with that message is a challenge.