About Gauraw.com Blog

I am an IT professional by education and entrepreneur by choice.

My Journey

I was born in a small town in the state of Bihar, India. My Dad and Mom both worked for the government as teachers, and we lived a decent middle class lifestyle with nothing to complain about.

My Dad set forth an incredible example through his tenacious nature and incredibly strong work ethic. When I feel overworked, I remind myself of my Dad’s hard work and it gives me strength. My Mom instilled the values of honesty and integrity early in my childhood which helps me make the right decisions on a daily basis.

I always enjoy challenges. I love doing things that others find tough. Sometimes I feel Walt Disney said this to inspire me:

It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.

When I was ready to go to college, Computer Science was supposed to be the toughest engineering branch then and I wanted to be an engineer. So my Dad challenged me to go for Computer Science and that’s how I ended up becoming an IT professional.

I have been working in the IT industry from the beginning of my career and continue to enjoy actively working and making a difference through my work.

I take IT consulting work in the area of Business Intelligence and Big Data  and I enjoy my work. I take pride in the work I do and the value I bring to the table while serving my clients through my skills, expertise and years of experience in the IT industry.

In my free time, I enjoy writing, reading, traveling and occasionally, I do enjoy watching some good movies and shows.

About This Blog

This is my personal blog where I share my views, opinions, recommendations and things I discover living life.

My philosophy is that if you are going to lead well, you must be willing to learn and put that knowledge to work. You must set the right example for those you lead. Success is not created randomly. You must plan, you must focus – you must be intentional about it.

I write on leadership, business development, social media, sales and marketing, branding related topics. Occasionally, you can also catch me writing about the things that do not fit into any of these categories. I include such articles under the miscellaneous category.

I keep a goal to create insightful, relevant content that you can put to work in your personal and professional life. If you are an entrepreneur (or aspiring to become one), you may be pleased that you and I share the same passion.

If you are in a position of leadership — or aspire to be — then this blog is for you.

About Charity Organizations

I support Ramakrishna Vivekananda Seva Trust, an organization that is dedicated to provide educational healthcare support to underprivileged children and elderly people in India.

I also contribute to BWW Charities, a united organization of business owners committed to support worthy charitable organizations throughout North America.

Some Of My Top Posts

Although I hope you will stick around and check out posts in your area of interest, I would like to share with you a few of my most popular posts. If you are new here and exploring my website, this will give you a good idea about my writing.

I hope you enjoy reading these and also, I look forward to your feedback through your comments:


This is my personal blog. The opinions I express here do not represent those of any organization (or any of my past or present employers). The information I provide is on an “as-is” basis. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, correctness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

This is not a commercial website. The content I write here and share is only to motivate and inspire my readers through my experiences and what I find inspiring on the web.

Now about images on this site.

Blogging is not my profession. I have been learning blogging using this website and now I have gained a lot better understanding about giving credit where it’s due through my journey of falling and getting up. I always try my best to use either an image I can purchase reasonably or use a free image. But I am a human and do mistakes, especially I made a lot of them when I was new and learning blogging. I might have accidentally used a picture or two for which I missed giving credit and I want to apologize for my mistake. If you found an image on this website for which I don’t have a right to use or I didn’t give you credit, and you want me to remove it, please send an email to [email protected] and the team infotyke will immediately act to get the image removed from this website within 3 working days. My intention is not to violate any copyright especially when this blog doesn’t even make money for me.