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About Me

Hi! My name is Sakshi Vaashiisht, and I work as a part-time freelance content writer. I love writing because it allows me to creatively express myself. Throughout my career, I've had the opportunity to work as a full-time professional trainer and a content developer for some of the world's largest corporations and leading training consulting firms. However, I felt more inclined to follow my passion of writing articles online. I first identified my passion for writing during school and got an opportunity to write an article and a poem for the Ministry of Finance, India's official yearly magazine, during the 1990's.

I have 4+ years of experience with writing ghost articles on boosting sales, local marketing strategies, travel write-ups, leading five hospitals in Thodupuzha, hydroponics suppliers in Dubai, yoga and naturopathy, motivational/training related articles, and finding a web design/SEO based company in Kottayam. I also wrote a few spiritually based ads/content for a few of my fellow spiritual practitioners and friends. Check out my professional content writer portfolio at INGENOUS by Sakshi Vaashiisht.

I also run a spiritual blog that allows me to share my insights into the spiritual world. If you're interested in learning more about spirituality and energy healing, I encourage you to check out my spiritual blog, स्पष्ट आत्मन Clear Conscience.

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