About Me.


I would like to see the planet be more clean and green by adopting the sustainability ideas and renewable energy.

I am also a huge advocate of Personal Growth, I believe in the limitless human potential, and the spirituality of our being.



Hello, I am Ujjawal.

Blogging is a creative outlet for me, a way to express my thoughts, ideas, and practices.

I have an insatiable thirst for learning and exploring everything life has to offer. I love being so passionate about learning and improving.

Things I do and Enjoy doing:

Reading

Renewable Energy (Research/Planning)

Meditation

Psychology/Philosophy (Learning)

Personal Growth

Traveling

Working Out

Blogging

Discussing ideas

Art/Music

Public Speaking

Adventure Sports


My favorite TV Shows:

  • Comedy/Drama:
    • The Office (2005)
    • F.R.I.E.N.D.S (1994)
    • Fleabag (2016)
    • The Big Bang Theory (2007)
    • TVF Pitchers (2015)
    • Seinfeld (1989)
  • Documentary:
    • Cosmos (2014)
  • Sci-fi Thriller/Mystery:
    • Dark (2017)
  • Crime/Thriller:
    • Breaking Bad (2008)
    • Narcos (2015)
  • Fantasy/Thriller:
    • Game of Thrones (2011)


Top Book Recommendations:

Non-Fiction (5-Stars):
  • Mastery
    by Robert Greene
  • Sapiens
    by Yuval Noah Harari
  • Think and Grow Rich
    by Napolean Hill
  • Can’t Hurt Me
    by David Goggins
Non-Fiction (4-Stars):
  • The 5 AM Club
    by Robin Sharma
  • Believe in yourself
    by Joseph Murphy
  • The monk who sold his Ferrari
    by Robin Sharma
  • I have never been (Un)happier
    by Shaheen Bhatt
  • How to stop worrying
    by Dale Carnegie
Poetry:
  • Gitanjali
    by Rabindranath Tagore
  • Udaari
    by Vinati Bhola

Fiction:
  • Columbiano
    by Rusty Young
  • Clifton Chronicles
    by Jeffery Archer
  • The Alchemist
    by Paulo Coelho
  • The Kite Runner
    by Khaled Hosseini
  • Around the world in 80 days
    by Jules Verne
  • The Da Vinci Code
    by Dan Brown
  • The Shiva Trilogy
    by Amish Tripathi
Classics:
  • The Secret Garden
    by Frances H.B.
  • A Christmas Carol
    by Charles Dickens
  • Wuthering Heights
    by Emily Bronte
  • Animal Farm
    by George Orwell
  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    by Mark Twain
  • Pride and Prejudice
    by Jane Austen


I am still finding myself personally and professionally, there are a lot of opportunities to learn and grow, a lot more to explore.

If you want to discuss any ideas or have a chat hit me up on LinkedIn or Insta.