I don’t have a bicycle or a car, so I walk thirty minutes to the gym to work out. I do a heavy workout for an hour, as I am basically a fitness freak. I started going to the gym when I was fifteen years old with the dream of joining the Indian Air Force and serving my nation. I was passionate about serving my nation, and in the armed forces physical fitness is essential. I was underweight with an asthma problem, but I gradually overcame my health issues and achieved physical fitness. I joined the Indian Air Force when I was nineteen years old. I loved the life of wearing a uniform and serving my nation—it is an honor to serve one’s country.
While working out, I talk to one or two people and try to inspire them by identifying their personality traits. After my workout, I read the newspaper for 10-15 minutes in the gym. I then walk back home. That means I work out for an hour and walk for an hour every day. After I return home, I read another English newspaper and jot down any important points I can use in the articles I write to inspire people globally.
I have the practice of carrying my pen and paper wherever I go. I get lots of ideas and I capture them immediately by writing them down on paper. I transfer those ideas onto my laptop to take them forward for further action. I am very ruthless in the execution of my ideas.