Today, we have the pleasure of interviewing Noven Jaisi, Writer, Producer, Entrepreneur, Director, and Philanthropist. He has been in the film business for over 15 years. As a writer, his writing and research focus on psychological tools and strategies that can increase the quality of people’s lives, and his mission is to spread that knowledge.
Apart from his creative capabilities, Noven is also known for his sharp-eye for business and marketing. Having knowledge and skills in both these fields has made him an asset in the entertainment industry.
Noven has had the privilege to work with some of the greatest icons of our time, such as The Beach Boys, The Jacksons, The Frank Sinatra estate, Leo Sayer, Bob Dylan, and many more. Noven has also had the privilege to work with some of the most notable TV Icons, such as John Stamos (of Full House), Henry Winkler (of Happy Days), and Leif Garrett.
Please tell us more about your journey.
When I was in my early 20s, I battled a drug addiction, which led to a mental illness, which resulted in me being unemployed. It also left me in financial ruin. However, hitting rock bottom turned out to be a blessing; it gave me the impetus to transform. I then read over 500 books, learned to meditate… I took every course I could on personal development and started a business. I did whatever it took to get me out of where I was. And now I want to help people who are in the same place or anyone who’s looking to increase the quality of their life. Actually, I’m writing a book where I give evidence-based tools and strategies that can and will create lasting change.
Please tell us about your book.
My book will include very practical tools, exercises, and strategies that I know are valuable. It should be out sometime next year.
What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?
There are so many. A simple one is making it a must to feed your mind and challenge your body daily.
Any message for our readers.
If you’re reading this, you have resources that billions of people don’t. For example, research shows that over 3 billion people don’t have internet access, over 2 billion people live on less than $2 a day. Regardless of where you are in life, there is always someone less fortunate than you. I implore anyone reading this to give in any way you can. I promise you that there is nothing more fulfilling than being of true value to others. It’s the “me, me, me” mindset that causes us to suffer. To end suffering, find a way to serve.
Fantastic! So tell us, how can people find out more about you?
Thank you so much for giving us your precious time! We wish you the best for your journey ahead!