Winning Stroke: Interview with Sunny Nandwani, Founder, Acuver Consulting
The book I read to motivate myself is “The Secret” By Rhonda Byrne. I feel it can sail you through any situation: sunny Nandwani
If not in the current profession, you would be?
I would have been in the Education sector, it gives you an opportunity to make a direct positive impact on the future generation
One tune you always hum?
“Ruk Jaana nahi Tu Kahin Haar Ke” (Kishore Kumar). The song has always motivated me in my lows
One book to read when you want to motivate yourself?
It’s “The Secret” By Rhonda Byrne. I feel it can sail you through any situation
One dialogue of a movie that motivates you or you like the most?
“It's not about how hard you hit, it is about how hard you can get hit and keep on moving” (HOLLYWOOD- ROCKY)
The place you have never been to and always want to go?
An animal that signifies you & why?
Bear as it personifies Strength, Introspection
A Movie Character you most resemble or resonate with?
Inspiring TEACHER in TAARE ZAMEEN PAR (Aamir Khan role)
If your life was to be turned into a movie, who would you like to play your part?
Same as above- TAARE ZAMEEN PAR (Aamir Khan role)
Luck or Hard Work, what do you think weighs more in defining a successful person?
There is no substitute for Hard Work. Luck isn't something you can control, but hard work is going to improve your chances. I always focus my efforts on what I control.
One best decision you ever made?
Probably starting Acuver and moving into Entrepreneurship.
A strategy that you always use to take your decisions in Personal xx Professional life?
Being empathetic and listening to different perspectives before I take any decision.
Whose advice do you seek when in a dilemma?
My Mother, she is the most positive person I have come across. Her positivity helps me to see the silver lining of the situation.
What has been your biggest achievement? One thing that you want to change in yourself?
My biggest achievement is to follow my passion and decide to start own venture in 2013.
A line said by your closed one that you never forget?
My mother often says, “Critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude”.