Nikhil Chandwani

Nikhil Chandwani

Guest Writer
Founder of "The walnut school of ideas"

About Nikhil Chandwani

Nikhil Chandwani is a Padma Shri Nominee for 2018 for rescuing and publishing 104+ writers in India. I got a chance to author 8 novels that sold over 1 million copies worldwide. I then became a travel scriptwriter and Director with experience in 48 countries. I worked as a professor at KL University, Vijayawada before taking Visiting Professorship and Guest Lecture with leading IITs and IIMS, and some of the great Asian giants. I directed TV shows Escape From Kenya and Amazing Amazon Adventures.

Later started by films, Walnut Discoveries Pvt. Ltd and Walnut School of Ideas where like-minded creative people got a chance to experience life, the way I did. I founded Nikhil Chandwani Foundation and published hundreds of authors, by rescuing them all from suicidal thoughts, depression, frustrations, etc. Most of them, including me, is TED(x) Speakers. I hold a Ph.D. in Business Communication, which I completed at an age of 21 receiving a World Record for the same.

More From Nikhil Chandwani

Technology Innovation

Blockchain, A.I., and the Shifting Landscape of Technology

The increasing interest – and accompanying revenue – with A.I. and blockchain has facilitated the growth of innumerable businesses aiming to get a head-start
Investments

Why 2019 Is The Best Year To Invest In India?

Investments done 4 to 6 months before elections in 2009 and 2014 gave an average return of 3 to 6 per cent more than the set benchmark, the same can be expected for 2019 as well
Sector Focus

Philippines' BPO Industry: In 2019 and Beyond

Currently, in the Philippines, BPOs employ over 1.2 million employees and companies based in the United States are the leading user of BPO services in the Philippines
Depression

Tips on How Can Entrepreneurs Fight with Depression

Smoking cigarette or drinking can not be a solution but one can find a way out in small things
Entrepreneurs

5 Things You can Learn From a Successful Entrepreneur

Nature has always been improbable. The more you unwind its secrets, the more likely you are to fall in its whirlpool.