Entrepreneur Miki Agrawal on Creating Change

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(Newswire.net — June 7, 2022) —

There are times in life when everything appears to line up just right. For Miki Agrawal, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and its corresponding impact on everyday household supplies would become transformative. Not only was Miki Agrawal one of the countless people impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, but she was also one of the few to create her business while dealing with it.

Introducing Tushy: Creating Change

If the name Miki Agrawal sounds familiar, it is likely due to her work as the founder and CEO of Tushy – a modern bidet company founded by Agrawal and established in 2020. Introduced to the market as a way to save toilet paper while practicing proper hygiene, the Tushy bidet would go on to sell countless units while simultaneously improving hygiene and helping the environment.

While Tushy was partly inspired by the toilet paper shortage of 2020, it was also created in response to Agrawal’s personal needs. After dealing with her own stomach and bowel-related issues, which would lead to more than eight bathroom trips a day, Agrawal realized how much of a game-changer a modern bidet could become.

Along the way to developing the most popular modern bidet in recent memory, Agrawal would also promote and machinate green environmentalism through her work. Agrawal says her current goal is, “To save 15 million trees from getting flushed down the toilet each year.”

At the time of this writing, Tushy recently enjoyed the closing of a new round of funding for Tushy to further the work that she is doing.

Becoming an Industry Leader

Miki Agrawal is a person unto herself and that has bled through into the work that she does. A prominent re-reading enthusiast of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Agrawal takes on the world with much the same energy as the aforementioned title.

To become the leader that she is today, Agrawal had to do much more than not care. In fact, Miki Agrawal had to work exceptionally hard to get to where she is. Miki says that much of her success comes down to her ability to organize, stay focused, and remain efficient even in the face of many different tasks.

Nowadays, however, Agrawal is focused on exercising efficiency as much as anything else. She focuses on composing the vast majority of her work within a two-hour window, breaking each section into 15 to 30-minute windows. When developing concepts, Miki stays in close contact with her team as they help to develop and execute the idea in question. One throughline that connects all her ideas is the idea that one customer at a time must be served with special service.

When asked what she would change about her past decisions, Agrawal firmly shakes her head. Miki Agrawal says that each mistake has, “Made me who I am today and taught me many lessons – no regrets.”