Take the first positive step ( LEAD INDIA video)

by  Darpan Sachdeva

It is so important to take the first positive step  to get those massive results in life.
Times of India had launched this LEAD INDIA video, very motivational !

The small boy teaches us the big lesson and i would definitely want to share your views on this here.


Blog PhotoDarpan Sachdeva is the CEO and Founder of Nobelthoughts.com. With a long time passion for Entrepreneurship, Self development & Success, Darpan started his website with the intention of educating and inspiring like minded people all over the world to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.To keep going and never get disheartened and learn from every adversity. 


Raise your standards with daily little rituals

by  Darpan Sachdeva

After the long struggle in online and offline entrepreneurship ,i definitely believe that success comes to us when we raise our standards which are backed by little daily rituals to take us towards those raised standards.

Down below in the video ,no body explains this better than the great and only- Tony Robbins himself.Enjoy and I hope that this video will make you rethink your own standards.




Blog PhotoDarpan Sachdeva is the CEO and Founder of Nobelthoughts.com. With a long time passion for Entrepreneurship, Self development & Success, Darpan started his website with the intention of educating and inspiring like minded people all over the world to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.To keep going and never get disheartened and learn from every adversity.  

Top 10 Richard Branson Quotes on life and business

by  Darpan Sachdeva

richard branson pic




If there are few entrepreneurs and human beings whom i  follow in my life ,Sir Richard Branson is  one of them.I have  been a fan of him since last over 5 years now.In my fascination,he is one of the leading living entrepreneur of the day.Hence do i share today with you some of his wisdom here.Enjoy while you read and implement them for good !!!

Top 10 Richard Branson Quotes

1.You don’t learn to walk by following rules.You learn by doing ,and by falling over.

Rule one


2.Have faith in yourself.Think Yes,not no.Live life to the full.Never give up.


3.Do not be embarrassed by your failures,Learn from them and start again.


4.Every risk is worth taking as long as its for a good cause ,and contributes to a good life. 

rule 11

5.Complexity is your enemy.Make things simple.


6.Work in life on what you are passionate about.




7.Entrepreneurship isn’t just a label.Its a Lifestyle.



8.The brands that will thrive in the coming years are the ones that have a purpose beyond profit. 



9.To make a difference in the world.



10.Business opportunities are like buses,there is always another one coming.

rule 17


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Blog PhotoDarpan Sachdeva is the CEO and Founder of Nobelthoughts.com. With a long time passion for Entrepreneurship, Self development & Success, Darpan started his website with the intention of educating and inspiring like minded people all over the world to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.To keep going and never get disheartened and learn from every adversity. 

15 Powerful Things Happy People Do Differently

by  Purpose Fairy


What are the differences between happy people and unhappy people? Of course, it should be very obvioushappy people are happy while  unhappy people are unhappy, right? Well, that is correct. But, we want to know what happy people do differently, so I have put together a list of things that happy people do differently than unhappy people.

1. Love vs. Fear

Well, I can tell you for sure that those people who are really happy, fear less and love a lot more. They see each moment, each challenge, each person as an opportunity to discover more about themselves and the world around them.

2. Acceptance vs. Resistance 

Happy people understand that you can’t really change a situation by resisting it, but you can definitely change it by accepting that it is there and by understanding that there might be a reason for its existence.

When something unpleasant happens to them, they don’t try to fight it (they know that this will make the situation even worse), but they ask themselves questions like: What can I learn from this? How can I make this better? And then they focus on the positive, rather than on the negative. They always seem to see the glass half full, no matter what happens to them.

3. Forgiveness vs. Unforgiveness

Really happy people know that it’s not healthy to hold on to anger. They choose to forgive and forget, understanding that forgiveness is  a gift they give to themselves first and foremost.

“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” ~ Buddha

4. Trust vs. Doubt

They trust themselves and they trust the people around them. Whether they are talking to the cleaning lady or the C.E.O. of a billion-dollar company, somehow they always seem make the person they are interacting with feel that there is something unique and special about them. They understand that beliefs are self-fulfilling prophecies.  

Because of that, they make sure to treat everyone with love, dignity and respect, and make no distinction between age, sex, social status, color, religion or race. These are the great men that Mark Twain was talking about: “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.”

5. Meaning vs. Ambition

They do the things they do because of the meaning it brings into their lives and because it gives their lives a sense of purpose.  They understand that “Doing what you love is the cornerstone of having abundance in your life” as Wayne Dyer says.  

And they care more about living a life full of meaning than what, in our modern society we would call, living a successful life. The irony here is that most of the time they get both success and meaning because they choose to focus on doing the things they love the most and they always pursue their heart‘s desires. They are not motivated by money; they want to make a difference in the lives of those around them and in the world.

“Ultimately, man should not ask what the meaning of his life is, but rather must recognize that it is he who is asked. In a word, each man is questioned by life; and he can only answer to life by answering for his own life; to life he can only respond by being responsible.” ~ Viktor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning

6. Praising vs. Criticizing

Happy people would probably agree with Carl’s Jung theory on resistance: “What you resist not only persists, but will grow in size.”  They don’t criticize the absence of the behavior they want to reinforce, ratherthey know by praising the person and the behavior they wish to reinforce (even if it’s not often), they will actually encourage the positive behavior.

When a parent wants to make sure their 7 year old boy will learn to always put the toys back in the box after he’s done playing with them, they make sure not to focus on the many times the child didn’t do it, criticizing him and his behavior, but every time the little boy does put the toys back, the parent praises him and his behavior and that is exactly how they reinforce the positive behavior, and in the end get the wanted results.

7. Challenges vs. Problems

Happy people will see problems as challenges, as opportunities to explore new ways of doing things, expressing their gratitude for them, understanding that underneath them all lay many opportunities that will allow them to expand and to grow.

8. Selflessness vs. Selfishness

They do what they do not for themselves, but for the good of others, making sure that they bring meaning, empowerment and happiness to the lives of many. They look for ways to give and to share the best of themselves with the world and to make other people happy.

“Before giving, the mind of the giver is happy; while giving, the mind of the giver is made peaceful; and having given, the mind of the giver is uplifted.” ~ Buddha

9. Abundance vs. Lack/ Poverty 

They have an abundant mindset, living a balanced life, achieving abundance in all areas of life.

10. Dreaming Big vs. Being Realistic 

These people don’t really care about being realistic. They love and dare to dream big, they always listen to their heart and intuition and the greatness of their accomplishments scares many of us.

“Dream no small dreams for they have no power to move the hearts of men.” ~ Goethe

11. Kindness vs. Cruelty

They are kind to themselves and others and they understand the power of self-love, self-forgiveness and self-acceptance.

12. Gratitude vs. Ingratitude

No matter where they look, no matter where they are or who they are with, they have the capacity to see beauty where most of us would only see ugliness, opportunities where most of us would only see struggles, abundance where most of us would only see lack and they express their gratitude for all of it.

13. Presence/ Engagement vs. Disengagement 

They know how to live in the present moment, appreciating what they have and where they are, while still dreaming big dreams about the future.

“When you are present, you can allow the mind to be as it is without getting entangled in it. The mind in itself is a wonderful tool. Dysfunction sets in when you seek yourself in it and mistake it for who you are.” ~ Eckhart Tolle

14. Positivity vs. Negativity

No matter what happens to them, they always keep a positive perspective on everything and by doing so, they tend irritate a lot of negative and “realistic” people.

15. Taking Responsibility vs. Blaming 

They take full ownership over their lives and they rarely use excuses. Happy people understand that the moment you choose to blame some outside force for whatever is happening to you, you are in fact giving all your power away. They choose to keep their power and take responsibility for everything that happens to them.

Why  do you think happiness is so hard for us to achieve? Why do you think it’s easier for people to say “yes” to unhappiness but not to “happiness”? I would love to know what are your thoughts on this by joining the conversation below.

danabiopicpng1 PurposeFairy – Luminita D. Saviuc

When nobody’s watching, I pretend I’m a moon sprite; transcendent, effervescent, ever curious. Yet my birth certificate says I’m a human born in Romania. Oh well. I’m an enthusiastic student of the arts, economics, psychology and spirituality – and I take great pleasure in shining light on life’s hidden truths, the paradoxes that both stare us in the face and hide from us in unison, as they silently shape our every waking moment.

Stop Killing Time – A Motivational Video You Must Watch!

By  Cris Nikolov




Here are my favourite quotes from the video:

I want to talk about the value of time…We’re all given a certain amount of time to experience life, to carry out our dreams, our destiny. But we don’t realize that the time bar of our life, can only grow smaller from today forward.

Time is the most valuable resource we have. I can save my money for later. I can’t do that with my time. I can invest in more money. I can’t do that with time. I can share my money. I still can’t do that with time.

Now we all aim to succeed, to prosper, to become a diamond in a world of rocks, but there’s no evolutionary pressure to help us. And that’s where the mind shift needs to take place. You need to create a pressure for yourself to become that diamond. And the way that you do that is by understanding the value of time. Stop killing time, because eventually, that turns around, and time will kill you.

Sooner or later, you’re going to realize that the only thing you wish you have more of is time, but it’s what you used the worst.

I want you to gain the intelligence of spending time wisely, because while you’re killing time, time is killing you.


Do you spend your time wisely? Do you realise that time is the biggest asset you have, yet sometimes you abuse it? Also I would like to know your answer to this question – If you knew when you would die – exact date and hour, would something change for you and what would that be?


Chris NikolaevCris Nikolov is the founder of MotivationGrid. He writes about understanding and getting the most from life. He hopes that he can inspire people to go after their passion. 





This is the Secret of Success – Swami Sivananda

by  B.G


Put Your Heart, Mind, and Soul into Even Your Smallest Acts. This Is the Secret of Success – Swami Sivananda

As many of us know, there are people in this world who don’t even make an effort to understand our struggles. We cannot force these individuals to try to understand us, nor should we always expect them to. The fact is that we need to learn to have faith in ourselves and to be proud of ourselves for any positive progress that we may make.

Even if we take small steps and not giant leaps, we are helping ourselves become better individuals. By taking these manageable, but helpful steps, we are showing ourselves that we have the ability to overcome our obstacles. There may be people who look at these steps and find them insignificant or hardly worthy of praise. We may feel defeated when we find out that these individuals don’t find our progress substantial, but the truth is that it shouldn’t and doesn’t matter what they think.

If we put all of our effort into even the smallest of steps, we will become even stronger than we already are. Small steps are like pennies, they add up if you continue to collect them and use them to your advantage. Would you throw out a penny on purpose? No. Chances are you would continue to save up so that you can put them to use. Taking small steps works in the same way. Each step counts for something and the more steps you take, the closer you’ll get to reaching your goals!

So the next time you take a step towards success and someone makes you feel like it’s not good enough, remember that as long as you put as much effort as you could into that step, then you are on the right track. The next time you go to work or go to class, put as much into your work as you can! You will see that each step, as long as you put all that you can into it, will pay off!

bekki gI enjoy writing and sharing my experiences with others. For many years, I have struggled with anxiety and know how difficult it can be to deal with something so seemingly limiting. I have loved to write since I was in first grade and hope to one day be an author. My hobbies include: writing, reading, watching TV, and working hard to get through my anxiety. I currently have a blog at www.gettingthroughanxiety.wordpress.com. I hope that through my writing I can help others realize that they are not alone in their struggles and that they can overcome their obstacles! “If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” –Toni Morrison 


by  Darpan Sachdeva

The 5 secrets of winning in life discussed here are so true.I would personally agree to each one of them.

Originally posted by POSIWORLD

Wrong place, wrong time, wrong thoughts, wrong settings and wrong actions is the progressive  downward  path to losing any thing in life or achieving failure out of life, while Right place, right time, right thoughts, right settings and right actions is the progressive upward path to winning any thing in life or achieving success.


Where you are right now has a big role to play in your life because you can never find the right the in the wrong place. If you find yourself in a hole and that’s not where you want to be then stop digging if you want to get out and continue digging if you want to go deeper. Discover where you are in life because a lot of people are always ignorant or they neglect where they are in life. If that’s where you want to be and you are happy continue to do what you’ve always done but if not stop where you are right now no matter how far you have gone because you can’t succeed while moving in the wrong direction no matter how fast you go.


For everything there is a season and a time for every activity in life. (Eccl3:1) There are seasons and times of preparations in your life for the future ahead. Study all the books, learn all the skill and sow seeds for what you want in future and never waste  a season or time in your life because harvest time will come in the future and you will reap what you sow if you do not give up.


The setting of our life always produce certain results in our life. A busy parent with little or no time will always have wayward children when they are not very careful about who their children spend time with during their busy days. A busy husband or wife will always fall into the trap of cheating on another when they are too busy for themselves. Build your team of positive people who will watch your back, advice you and guide you on what’s happening in your life.


Our thoughts always give birth to our actions in life.The Bible says, “As he (a person) thinks in his heart, so is he.” (Proverbs 23:7) When we think right thoughts, we do right things, and we have right feelings. But when we think wrong thoughts, we do wrong things and have wrong or unpleasant feelings.


The world will reward you for your actions not because of your thoughts or knowledge. Our actions in life always guarantee our results in life. Don’t eat the devil’s food or any food you are not entitled to eat because it comes with a price after the meal which is the pain of regret and death. There is no FREE lunch in life. I believe the fruits on the tree that we must reach for is much sweeter than that which falls to our feet. Growing, reaching, stretching and trying new things is the best way of life. Always take actions towards a known outcome associated to your purpose in life every single day of your life. 



Just because you failed several times is a good reason why you should try again because you have the courage to do it and a lot of people are still where they are in life because of fear failure or success, failing doesn’t make you a failure but quitting in the game of life make you a failure, because you dropped out of school doesn’t make you a drop out in the game of life, don’t give up because no one know the time when the tides will change and things will turn around for your good. Don’t accept any excuse or defeat in life. No one can predict your future but only you can create the future you want in the right seasons and opportunities.

Blog PhotoDarpan Sachdeva is the CEO and Founder of Nobelthoughts.com. With a long time passion for Entrepreneurship, Self development & Success, Darpan started his website with the intention of educating and inspiring like minded people all over the world to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.To keep going and never get disheartened and learn from every adversity.

14 Unique Thoughts About Money that Every Millionaire Has


Oprah Winfrey's The Life You Want WeekendI’m sure you’ll admit that money pre-occupies most minds most of the time. Yet research shows that money and finances are one of the toughest things to crack. You need only look at the wealth distribution statistics to see the financial plight that most of society finds themselves in. The results? Well, quite clearly, financially wealthy people are in the minority.

Logically, we can only conclude that they are different from the average Joe Sope. Be it their thoughts, speech or actions – they are different. In this post, I want to highlight 14 unique thoughts about money that makes millionaires different.

1. They know money is abundant
Millionaires live in an abundant frame of mind. To them, nothing is limited or scarce. Whilst most people scramble around – doing things they hate – because they believe money will run out, millionaires know that money will never run out.

2. They know money is the root of all good
Whilst most believe “money is the root of all evil”, millionaires know that money is the root of all good. Money solves problems. Money gives you the power to bless others. Money changes lives. Money brings pleasure. Money liberates. In the right hands, money is the root of all good.

“What material success does is provide you with the ability to concentrate on other things that really matter. And that is being able to make a difference, not only in your own life, but in other people’s lives.” – Oprah Winfrey

3. They know money comes from Value Add
Millionaires know that the number one ingredient that attracts money is problem solving. When you solve problems, you add value to other people’s lives. When you add value, people are willing to pay you bucket loads of cash – happily so.

4. They know earning more outweighs saving
Most financial gurus will tell you to “save as much as you can”. That’s why most of society spends 40 – 45 years of their lives working to save for retirement. Whilst the benefits of saving are undeniable, millionaires know that your ability to earn more money is far more important than your ability to save.

5. They live within their means
In modern day society, we suffer from consumerism. It suffocates us to a point of no return. There’s nothing wrong with spending money. But there’s something crazy about spending money you don’t have. Millionaires budget. Within that budget, they understand the importance of spending less than you earn.

6. They know that time and money have little correlation
Passive income is a millionaire’s secret. By definition, passive income is earning money without you physically being present. Whilst the majority of people hustle and trade their time for money, millionaires trade and leverage their brains and assets for money.

7. They know that calculated risks are not optional
“Playing it safe” with your money is a sad way of living your life. Being stupid with your money is also a pathetic way of living life. But somewhere in the middle, lies a sweet spot. And millionaires know this. They take financial risks, in a measured and calculative way.

“Brave people don’t live forever, but cautious people don’t live at all.” – Richard Branson

8. They choose action not lottery
Whilst hard work and hustling every day is not a priority, waiting for the lottery winnings isn’t going to crack it either. Millionaires act. They believe in action that positions them to make money. The majority of society believe in the lottery, and hinge most of their financial success on luck. We all need some stroke of luck. Millionaires need a stroke of luck, too. But the difference is this: for them luck finds them on the path of action.

9. They value life experience over formal education
Life is a great teacher. It teaches you stuff that formal education will never teach you, especially when it comes to making money. It’s no surprise that most educated people are employed by ‘drop outs’. Millionaires realize that you learn more about money in the real world than you do through formal education.

10. They value education over entertainment
Although millionaires value life experience over formal education, they don’t – for one second – under-estimate the importance of education. They read books. They read current affairs and stay abreast of issues.

Sadly, the majority of society are soaked in entertainment. From television to movies, entertainment occupies a large chunk of their time. Over weekends, it’s parties and clubs – all in the name of entertainment. Millionaires know that money and habitual entertainment are an unhealthy combination.

“Poor people have a big TV. RIch people have a big library.” – Jim Rohn

11. They know you don’t need money to make money
Millionaires use the power of leverage. I’ve already mentioned that millionaires know that there is an abundance of money. Just because you don’t have money, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t money. In addition I highlighted that money is generated when you add value to people’s lives. When you solve problems, people are willing to pay you.

These two factors alone mean that if you have an idea that can solve problems and add value to other people’s lives and there’s someone out there with an abundant supply of funds, you are in a position to make money.

Focus on solving problems and creating ideas. That way, you’ll move from the notion of “you need money to make money” to “You need ideas to make money”. And millionaires know this.

12. They know money is a magnet
With money, you are able to attract things and people – both good and bad. When you value money, you attract good. When you disrespect it, you attract negative aspects. Millionaires know the magnetic power of money and how it can elevate your life to levels you could never reach without it.

13. They know making money is a process
There’s no such thing as “overnight success”. Millionaires will tell you it took years to become an overnight success. Genuine millionaires have invested time and effort to eventually generate the ideas that make them millionaires. They have made sacrifices that most are not willing to make.

Becoming a millionaire is a process. Cheat the process at your own peril.

14. They know that money should never steal your peace
Ultimately, millionaires know that money is a resource that liberates. But, it should never steal you peace. It should never be chased at the expense of your health, relationships and other important areas of your life.

As I conclude, I think of Andrew Mason, founder of Groupon – a coupon and discount site. Groupon generated the largest revenue in a 12 month period for a start-up company. Founded in 2008, it generated approximately $350 million in 2010.

What was Mason’s ingredients? Simplicity and value add.

He harnessed the power of collective buying. He created a win-win solution where customers save a ton of money, businesses gets an influx of customers, and Groupon takes up to 50 percent of the cut.

Where money is concerned, millionaires think differently. Apart from lottery winners and criminals, making millions is no fluke. You have to think, speak and act in a way that reflects that you are not mainstream. Go out there and cash in on your thoughts.

PeteniEditor of Run For Wealth, a blog established with the mission of helping people “Run A Fulfilling Life Race”. The blog publishes content that helps you live an abundant and balanced life in all key areas of your life. Peteni has run over 20 Marathons, 10 Ultra-marathons and 4 Comrades Marathons. He is also the Nike Run Club Coach in JHB, South Africa

How to be More Productive By Using the Eisenhower Box



Dwight Eisenhower lived one of the most productive lives you can imagine.

Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States, serving two terms from 1953 to 1961. During his time in office, he launched programs that directly led to the development of the Interstate Highway System in the United States, the launch of the internet (DARPA), the exploration of space (NASA), and the peaceful use of alternative energy sources (Atomic Energy Act).

Before becoming president, Eisenhower was a five-star general in the United States Army, served as the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe during World War II, and was responsible for planning and executing invasions of North Africa, France, and Germany.

At other points along the way, he served as President of Columbia University, became the first Supreme Commander of NATO, and somehow found time to pursue hobbies like golfing and oil painting.

Eisenhower had an incredible ability to sustain his productivity not just for weeks or months, but for decades. And for that reason, it is no surprise that his methods for time management, task management, and productivity have been studied by many people.

His most famous productivity strategy is known as the Eisenhower Box and it’s a simple decision-making tool that you can use right now. Let’s talk about how to be more productive and how Eisenhower’s strategy works.

The Eisenhower Box: How to be more productive

Eisenhower’s strategy for taking action and organizing tasks is simple. Using the decision matrix below, you will separate your actions based on four possibilities:

  1. Urgent and important (tasks you will do immediately)
  2. Important, but not urgent (tasks you will schedule to do later)
  3. Urgent, but not important (tasks you will delegate to someone else)
  4. Neither urgent nor important (tasks that you will eliminate)

The great thing about this matrix is that it can be used for broad productivity plans (“How should I spend my time each week?”) and for smaller, daily plans (“What should I do today?”).

Here is an example of what my Eisenhower Box looks like for today:

eisenhower-box 2 Note: I created a spreadsheet template of the Eisenhower Box. You can download that spreadsheet template for your own use at the bottom of this article.

The Difference between urgent and important

Urgent tasks are things that you feel you need to react to: emails, phone calls, texts, news stories. Meanwhile, in the words of Brett McKay, “Important tasks are things that contribute to our long-term mission, values, and goals.”

Separating these differences is simple enough to do once, but doing so continually can be tough. The reason I like Eisenhower’s method is that it provides a clear framework for making the decisions over and over again. And, like anything in life, consistency is the hard part.

Here are some other observations I’ve made from using this method.

Elimination before optimization

A few years ago, I was reading about computer programming when I came across an interesting quote by Kevlin Henney: “There is no code faster than no code.”

In other words, the fastest way to get something done—whether it is having a computer read a line of code or crossing a task off your to-do list—is to eliminate that task entirely. There is no faster way to do something than not doing it at all. That should not be seen as a reason to be lazy, but rather a suggestion to force yourself to make hard decisions and delete any task that does not lead you toward your mission, your values, and your goals.

Too often, we use productivity, time management, and optimization as an excuse to avoid the really difficult question: “Do I actually need to be doing this?” It is much easier to remain busy and tell yourself that you just need to be a little more efficient or to “work a little later tonight” than to endure the pain of eliminating a task that you are comfortable with doing, but that isn’t the best use of your time.

As Tim Ferriss says, “Being busy is a form of laziness—lazy thinking and indiscriminate action.”

I find that the Eisenhower Box is particularly useful because it pushes me to question whether an action is really necessary, which means I’m more likely to move tasks to the “Delete” quadrant rather than mindlessly repeating them. And to be honest, if you simply eliminated all of the things you waste time on each day then you probably wouldn’t need any tips on how to be more productive at the things that matter.

Does this help me accomplish my goal?

One final note: it can be hard to eliminate time wasting activities if you aren’t sure what you are working toward. In my experience, there are two questions that can help clarify the entire process behind the Eisenhower method:

  1. What am I working toward?
  2. What are the core values that drive my life?

These are questions that I have asked myself in my Annual Review and my Integrity Report. Answering these questions has helped me clarify the categories for certain tasks in my life. Deciding which tasks to do and which tasks to delete becomes much easier when you are clear about what is important to you.

The Eisenhower Box isn’t a perfect strategy, but I have found it to be a useful decision-making tool for increasing my productivity and eliminating the behaviors that take up mental energy, waste time, and rarely move me toward my goals. I hope you’ll find it useful too.

Free Download: I created a spreadsheet template of the Eisenhower Box that you can download and use whenever you want to improve your productivity and eliminate time wasting activities. Click here to download the spreadsheet now.

This article was originally published on JamesClear.com.

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50 Entrepreneurs share priceless advice(Video)

by  Darpan Sachdeva

Good business advice from many successful business people.Although all of them have their piece to share ,we do find there few qualities in common.  




Blog PhotoDarpan Sachdeva is the CEO and Founder of Nobelthoughts.com. With a long time passion for Entrepreneurship, Self development & Success, Darpan started his website with the intention of educating and inspiring like minded people all over the world to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.To keep going and never get disheartened and learn from every adversity.