Who am I?

Exactly! Who am I to start this blog and share my thoughts and ideas. Do I come with some credentials? Can I say something that hasn’t already been said before? Will anyone care to read what I have to say?

Mohit Sawhney These questions did bother me but I am brushing these aside. This is a humble beginning at doing something which I wanted to do since long.

I do not possess any credentials. I just want to share my experiences as a parent, a husband, a son and a human being… So this is going to be original, my version of what life has taught me. I will of course include quotes and references from people who have influenced me.

I am still figuring life out, and am nowhere close to that. Yet, I want to share and learn from readers as I go instead of starting when I attain Nirvana! Life is too short to delay doing something we love, isn’t it?

“Let your long road lead to their shortcut”, I want to use this blog to share the learning from my own long roads, and hope it’ll add value to readers.

Professional Bio:

Mohit Sawhney is a consultant with Sapient and has worked in key global IT hubs including Gurgaon, New York, Toronto and Boston. He is a passionate writer and enjoys baring his heart in his writings on life and management. He holds an Honors Degree from St. Stephens College, Delhi and an MBA from IP University, Delhi.

 Where to find my popular posts:

Here are a few of my posts that my readers have enjoyed. Check them out!

Spouse/ Marriage

Children/ Parenting

Self (Spirituality)/ Productivity

These are just a few! Remember my site is updated with a fresh new blog posts every week!

Favorite places & authors:

  • Symphony of Love: World’s best collection of motivational pictures and quotes on all subjects.
  • Michael Hyatt’ssite: Very resourceful. Full of free podcasts and blogs on leadership, relationships and online publishing!
  • Robin SharmaRobin, world’s best motivational speaker, at least for me. I must have heard the Extraordinary Leadership audio over a hundred times and learnt something new each time!
  • John MaxwellI had bought 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership in a Dollar Sale. Since then, I have bought and read all books from John Maxwell. John got me hooked to reading.
  • Tim Ferriss: Avid readers realize that they read people and not books. 4 hour Workweek was brilliant even though it seemed a bit over the top. If you want to laugh your a** off, and tease your brain off, listen to his podcasts and read his blogs. These are friggin awesome!
  • Pat Flynn: The guy from SPI – Smart Passive Income, love his podcasts, pregnant with new ideas and tools for online publishing, task management et al. I am getting there… to my smart passive income!
  • Malcolm Gladwell: Loved ‘Tipping Point’ and then there was no stopping.. Outliers, David and Goliath, What the Dog Saw… I never read a book, only read authors! (I guess that’s what most people do, but I got this point quite late in the game.)
  • Jeff Goins: He was always a writer but didn’t have the guts to admit it! Until one day when someone asked him, “What’s your dream?”.  
  • Satinder Sartaj! Just like people read authors and not books, fans listen to artists and not songs. Best Sufi singer of our times.
  • Craig Valentine: 1999 World Champion of Public Speaking, Motivational Speaker and Speech Coach. Totally hilarious. Must go through his 52 weeks of free public speaking training!

My Bucket List:

Books

  • "Talent is overrated" by Geoff Colvin
  • "The Talent Code" by Dan Coyle
  • "Me Time: Life Coach Yourself to Success" by Barrie Dearson & Neil Thomas 19/01/2014
  • BLINK by Malcolm Gladwell 19/11/2016
  • "I AM" by Michele Cushatt
  • "The Best Yes" by Lysa TerKeurst

Productivity

  • Write a book
  • StrengthFinder2.0 25/01/2014

Travel

  • Hawaii (Again) with Family
  • Europe Trip
  • Singapore Trip with Family 06/07/2014

Disclaimer:

This is my personal blog.  The opinions I express here do not represent those of my present or past employer, or my family.  The information I provide is on an as-is basis. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

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