The great secret of true success, of true happiness, is this: the man or woman who asks for no return, the perfectly unselfish person, is the most successful.Swami Vivekananda
Hi, I’m Sajal Tiwari.
Just like any average person on the earth, I too share the same past story as others, i.e. a lot of confusion, unwanted sacrifices, self-doubt, tonnes of problems, wishful thinking, and almost no guidance.
But one of the key factors (my superpower) which pushes me ahead is the dream I had during childhood, solve all the world problems, one by one.
In our world, we have countless problems, but the process of finding their solution is the same, i.e. Innovation.
I have a very clear vision in my life, build a prosperous future for humanity. Thus, the process of bringing new ideas and executing over them to solve specific problems is the only mission I have left in my life.
I’m Sajal Tiwari, a passionate Research Entrepreneur and Founder of the Research, Analysis, and Innovation Labs. Right now I’m building tech products for the future and providing specialized tech-stack consultation to companies.
I was born and brought up in Kota, Rajasthan. With loving and caring parents, my childhood memories are full of joy and laugh.
The entrepreneurial addition caught me in my college life. The reason was simple, it defined the path to fulfill my childhood dream. During my college days, I started a website startup NIT Sparrows (nitsparrows.com) and freelancing by providing IT services to businesses.
Right after graduation, I continued with freelancing (to build more network and business relations) for almost 3 years by providing business-related services to corporate clients in Mumbai. The Journey was very tough. Mumbai is among the expensive city in India and I had to manage all the expenses on my own (because I’m an entrepreneur and I’ve to learn the art of independence and struggle). But the 3-year journey taught me a lot about life, mindset, and business.
Then, 2020 came the year of COVID-19 surge in India with extreme lockdowns and whatnot, this pandemic continued till 2021 end. I decided to give my life a big momentum. A concept I learned during my school days and applied in real life during college, i.e. in a 3D space a moving body has to eject some mass either to speed up or change direction.
Thus I decided to create my own path to fulfill the goals I’ve with my life.
I love reading books. Generally, I read Non – Fictional books related to Self Development or Life, Fictional Books on Hindu Culture & Inspiring Stories. I have got a habit while reading self-development books, I keep making notes while reading just like I use to do with my school textbooks. These have helped me develop some of the important characteristics of my personality.
Some of the books I would recommend:
- Bhagwad Geeta
- RAM Series – Amish Tripathi
- Ram: Scion of Ikshvaku
- Sita: Warrior of Mithila
- Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta
- 13 steps to bloody good luck – Ashwin Sanghi
- The subtle art of not giving a f*ck – Mark Manson
- The Leadership Sutra – Devdutt Pattnaik
- Chanakya and the Art of getting Rich – Radhakrishnan Pillai
- Practical Wisdom (In real life and management) – Kochouseph Chittilappilly
- Corporate Avatars – Disha
This hobby I developed during the pandemic times when I my hobbies are too boring. Thus I listen to Hindi Soulful Songs, English Metallic & Pop Music, Devotional Songs, and some nature-based musical tunes.
Some of the music which I would recommend:
- Sri Krishna Flute Music (Mahabharat)
- Gayatri Mantra
- If I could save time in a bottle – Jim Croce
- Hymn For The Weekend – Coldplay
- Abhi Mujh Men Kahin – Sonu Nigam
- Teri Mitti – B Praak, ARKO