Interview with Siddharth Singh | Entrepreneur | Leader | Co-Founder at Wobble Lab

Siddharth Singh

At BrilliantRead Media, it is our constant endeavour to identify and share some of the unique and compelling stories from the startup ecosystem. As part of this, we invited yet another passionate entrepreneur Siddharth Singh for an interview with BrilliantRead Media. He is an Entrepreneur, Young Leader, Innovator, Consultant and Co-Founder of Wobble Lab. Let’s learn more about his background, his inspiring journey so far and his advice for our growing community!

Excerpts from our exclusive interview with Siddharth:

We are aware of your contribution to the ecosystem, talk us through your background and your journey as an entrepreneur, please;

I started my journey from SSV, Bhilai. Automobile Engineering has always intrigued me so I transposed and pursued a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Uday Prasad Uday Government Polytechnic College, Durg after my 10th Standard. From thereon, I went and completed my Mechanical Engineering degree from Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg.

In addition, I have also done a certificate course in Defence Acquisition & Management under the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) & Society Of Indian Defence Manufacturing (SIDM) with a recent addition of Master’s in CAD/CAM from MSME Durg. 

I remember being a child, the very first project I did during my school days was  “Rain Water Monitoring System” which got me a second position in an innovation competition that was held at  SSV Bhilai. I thought it was by luck but never knew that this spark will pave my way towards what I am today.”

From there onwards I did my final year project for my diploma which was “Automated IOT based Floor Cleaner” placing 2nd position at the intercollege tech fest which was organised by our University.

This boosted my enthusiasm to develop innovative technologies. Also, during my final year of engineering, I again came up with a proposal on Multipurpose All Terrain Vehicle (MATV) which secured me a 2nd position in inter-branch competition.

After completing my graduation I got an opportunity to pursue an internship at Innovation for Defence Excellence (iDEX) under the Ministry Of Defence which played a pivotal role and gave me exposure to how I can materialise my innovative Ideas to real-time problem-solving products which further led me to become a part of Wobble Lab.

What attracts you towards entrepreneurship instead of a corporate career?

As the eldest child of the family, I have always been told the importance of a job, but somehow it has never settled well with me as my desire to do something above and beyond the average line never aligned well with the 9 to 5 environment.

Also, my father has been a great influence for me. He belongs to a  military background. Seeing him I have always aspired to do something similar as well. For which I even went and gave a few SSB attempts but unfortunately I was unable to clear them.”

At that time I was actively making projects and participating in various competitions as well and from there I was exposed to the term Entrepreneurship and also got to know how I can incorporate my passion for military services and entrepreneurship.

Once I got familiar with the working culture and structure of entrepreneurship, I remember it very well the first thought that came into my mind was, why not monetize it, I used to do the project works solely out of my passion but as I grew I realised that in order to do more of what I do I need to financially support my work so I started monetizing.

Every single project I did was an entire journey in itself, starting from scratch to building it to the level desired by the customers which in fact is what entrepreneurship is about as well.”

Slowly but steadily I implemented what I learned and am now able to represent Wobble Lab at Defence Level, fulfilling my dream to help the Military of my country. It has always been an adventurous ride that I can go to at any point in time, hence from then I never looked back.  

‘WOBBLE LAB’ is such a unique name; talk us through more about it, please. Our audience would also love to know what kind of problem you are solving?

The inspiration came from a very hypothetical dream of time travelling when my founder was intrigued by space projects, during his research he came to know about tools of time travel, at least theoretically which scientists says is possible, if spacetime bends and an interstellar like machine can travel through it faster than the speed of light then we can do time travel.

With this philosophy, he saw that students, if they came to know about their passion and were able to skill themselves in the right direction, can do wonders & achieve success beyond their imagination levels at a very high pace. I never knew that the basic school or college projects that I was making out of my passion can actually become so valuable that it can one day take me to represent myself at national and international platforms.

In real life, the Interstellar-like machine is known as Warp Drive that goes through the Spacetime Bubble. So shortening it we got “Warp Bubble” or “Wobble”.

Wobble also means to move from side to side and be steady at a place, but I thought something was still missing in it. Since we experimented a lot, we added “Lab” to it. And that’s how the “wobble lab” came into existence. 

What does your company specialise in? 

We as wobble lab specialise in two vertices that are:

> We train and provide individuals with guidance and counselling that is, we help individuals in educational and vocational aspects of life. Where we also provide holistic guidance to students which could help them get better opportunities in life.

> We make innovation and technology based projects for individuals as well as for multiple industries like manufacturing, etc. Where we also provide students as well as collaborated individuals in the project works with required exposure and certifications that could help them in their future endeavours.

How do you manage to keep going despite the challenges? What drives you?

Well as I stated I love what I do & I have been doing it since my childhood. Every single individual that arrives at wobble or each project that passes by gives me an unparalleled experience.

The challenges that I face from exploring places to collecting resources & making something out of it with the people around me teaches me a lot.

This experience not only helped me to become a dynamic professional but also a man of value that knows how much impact a very small initiative can make when taken at the right time, at the right place with the right individuals and provided with a positive environment.

Of course, not everything is always a garnished platter but making it so from the limited resources that we have is artistic in itself. The best part though is when you look back and see that you on one side have crafted gems and on the other side created value that solves potential challenges of the day gives you a unique. 

Who do you believe has been the biggest source of motivation in your daily life?

I strongly believe in the journey of my father & his experiences during his tenure at the forces that have always motivated me. Also, my journey of entrepreneurship has gifted me with impeccable experiences, that includes my own set of failures & successes.

During each failure, I seeked help & got it from people around me who are better than me. It always surprises me that the skills they had acquired, the way they learnt & the experiences they shared always helped me to bring back my motivation which then executed in my own ways become learnings of my life. On a regular basis I feel keeping up with good health, good relations with people around me & quality of my work keeps me motivated all the time.

My team has always been a great support to me during my vulnerabilities. They have morally supported me with all the crazy ideas that I come up with & resisted me with the pros & cons that can come in the near future.   

What are some of the strategies that you believe have helped you grow as a person?

The strategies that have helped me to grow in life are:

– Distributing my work – Foremost I divide the work into hard and easy, then I start with the hardest part as my mind being most active at the initial stage it becomes much more easier for me to actually be able to solve them, once the hardest part has been taken care of the easy part becomes much more doable and it takes close to no time for completion.

– I tend to create my own pattern of work as it is unique to me and my understanding makes the work much easier and fun to do.

– I tend to roll with the punches hence it becomes easier for me to get up and redo or restart without feeling demotivated.

– Always being resourceful, I have realised that in order to grow it is equally important to have connections that can help when you are stuck somewhere. Also, with being resourceful, one needs to realise that it is equally important to be able to maintain good relations with the resources.

In your opinion, what are the keys to success?

In my opinion and personal experiences, I believe if one wants to have success he or she should at least follow the following:

(a) Discipline

(b) Resourcefulness

(c) Taking Smart Risks

(d) Preparing for unexpected situations

(e) Learning from mistakes and experts

(f) Master saying No

What advice would you give students and young professionals who want to have a successful career?

I myself feel like I am in the middle of achieving what I intended to, though I feel like discipline & consistency are the foundational pillars of every successful individual. I personally have added these two gems to my basket after being passionate about what I do.

I firmly believe that passion will make you do what is beyond your limits but in order to stay beyond limits you need discipline & consistency to keep up with the pace. Since research & development is not a consistent business as you don’t know when you will achieve or how you will achieve, one has to be vigilant, consistent & disciplined with the work that we do. 

Also in today’s time, it is difficult to focus on one thing since we have so many distractions around us so focus & love for what you do also plays a vital role in order to become successful.

Last but not least, what are the three most important lessons you have learned in your life?

In life what I feel are the most important lesson that i was able to learn are:

~ Agility & Flexibility

~ Financial Management

~ Relationship Management


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