Noven Jaisi: ‘How you feel is your life’
There are a lot of social media accounts that posts quotes, poems, and short pieces of writing. Amidst the cacophony of writers, one name that comes to the forefront is Noven Jaisi.
I must admit that it was an honor to interview the man who is not only both successful and highly creative but someone who is so passionate and optimistic about life, despite going through his fair share of setbacks.
There is little to no doubt that thousands of young and aspiring writers want to know more about Noven. This is where this interview idea came to my mind. I knew I wanted to know more about him. Well, it is my pleasure and honor to introduce Noven to all of you.
Without further ado, enter Noven Jaisi.
Noven, are you originally from Kuala Lumpur?
Yes, I am.
I saw online that you’ve worked with some impressive people. The Beach Boys, The Jacksons, John Stamos. How did you accomplish that?
My goal is always to add massive value wherever I go. In the case of the people you’ve mentioned, all I did was provide as much value as possible, and some beautiful things happened.
I’m sure the road to get to where you are today has not been easy. What challenges have you had to overcome along the way?
When I was in my early 20s, I battled addiction which led to a mental illness, which led me to being unemployed. However, hitting rock bottom turned out to be a blessing, it gave me the impetus to transform. I read over 500 books, learned to meditate, became an avid student of human behavior, started a business––I did whatever it took to get me out of where I was.
What’s your mission?
I’ve always been fascinated by how someone who’s given all the privileges in life, the best schools, affluence, etc… and yet they end up becoming a warning instead of an example. And then you have people who’ve gone through hell on earth (people like Viktor Frankl or Nelson Mandela), and yet these are the people that contribute the most to society. My fascination with studying human behaviour led me to discovering strategies that drastically improve the quality of life. My mission is to share what I’ve learned.
What does success mean to you?
If you’re a billionaire and your primary emotion is anger, then you’re not successful. Success to me is mastering both the inner and outer world. One way to quantify your success is by looking at your habitual emotions; how you feel is your life.
In your opinion, what is the most difficult aspect of life?
Losing a loved one.
What advice would you give to someone who’s looking to build an audience?
Focus on what you can give not on what you can get.
Do you have a nickname?
Some call me NJ.
What music are you into?
Plenty, but my favorites are, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, and Frank Sinatra.
What’s your favorite movie?
That’s easy, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
What are you currently working on?
I’m currently writing a book. Essentially, it will include every tool and strategy I’ve uncovered that got me out of rock bottom. It will be out sometime this year.
What’s it going to be called?
You’ll just have to wait. I can’t reveal anything just yet.
I hope you enjoyed this interview with Noven Jaisi, he is definitely a force to be reckoned with. Please let us know, who you want us to interview next.
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