Hi! Amazing people,

My name is Saurabh Bhardwaj.

I like to call myself a volunteer, a writer,  a blogger, a motivator, a public speaker, but actually, I am a product designer.

I am from India and I live in the United Kingdom. People call me crazy when I tell them I am in the UK because I like the weather here. 🙂

I am happily married.

The books I read:

I read books on self-help, personal development, psychology, success, human behaviour, money, growth, relationship and love.

My hobbies:

Playing badminton, reading, writing, socializing,  watching movies, and travelling. Every now and then, I play Casio keyboard as well.

My contribution to the world:

As a volunteer, I support a charity called “UNICEF”, who is working on saving children’s lives.

I have just started my blog to help and reach people. I am currently working to engage in public speaking with an organization, school, universities and different charities to spread my message. Everyone can become more.

My aim:

My aim is to help people who need guidance on any of the five elements or just want to improve the quality of their life. I want people to realize the human potential and to aim higher than they do.

Here is the interesting part. I update this section every month.

October 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “Originals: How Non-Conformists change the world” by Adam Grant

  2. “eSCAPE” by Anik Singal

  3. “Money” by Rob Moore
  4. “See You at the Top” by Zig Ziglar
  5. “Your Money or your Life” by Joe Dominguez

September 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “The Voice Of Knowledge” by Don Miguel Ruiz

  2. “The Art of Learning and Self-Development” by Jim Stovall & Ray H Hull
  3. “Grit” by Angela Duckworth
  4. “The Road to Character” by David Brooks
  5. “Don’t Swell the Small Stuff” by Richard Carlson
  6. “The 5 Second Rule” by Mel Robbins

August 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl

  2. “The compound effect” by Darren Hardy
  3. “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho
  4. Inner Engineering” by Sadhguru
  5. “Why we sleep” by Matthew Walker

July 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “Expert Secrets” by Russell Brunson

June 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “The Connection Algorithm” by Jesse Tevelow

  2. “Secrets of millionaire mind” by T Herv Eker
  3. “Crushing it” by Gary Vaynerchuk

May 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “Screw It, Let’s Do It” by Richard Branson

  2. “Unlock Gratitude Now” by Hike Pettigrew
  3. “The most powerful goal achievement system in the world” by Hike Pettigrew
  4. “F.U.Money” by Dan Lok

April 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “The Code of the extraordinary mind” by Vishen Lakhiani.
  2. “The One Thing” by Gary Keller
  3. “365 days with self-discipline” by Martin Meadows
  4. “The Mastery of Love” by Don Miguel Ruiz
  5. “The four agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz

March 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “Spark Joy” by Marie Kondo

Feb 2018.

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “Love yourself like your life depends on it” by Kamal Ravikant
  2. “The total money makeover” by Dave Ramsey
  3. “Judgement Detox” by Gabrielle Bernstein
  4. “Hustle” by Jesse Tevelow
  5. “The compound effect” by Darren Hardy
  6. “The Little Book of Self-Care” by Mel Noakes
  7. “Reading my Notes from all these books” by Saurabh Bhardwaj

Jan – 2018

  • My reading list this month.
  1. “The Master keys to Riches” by Napoleon Hill
  2. “The life-changing magic of not giving a f**k” by Sarah Knight
  3. “Self-discipline” by Dominic Mann
  4. “You are a badass” by Jen Sincero
  5. “The miracle morning” by Hal Elrod
  6. “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles

Please contact me if you want my opinion and review of books.