Ravi Kuchiya

Remain calm in all endeavors, maintain your health, get up, stay refreshed, and never stop until the goal is reached.


Ravi K Kuchiya, an entrepreneur, who was born in Gwalior, India, which is a beautiful city in the Central park of the country. Ravi is a graduate of Jiwaji University and received a degree in Pharmacy. After graduation, he served as a pharmacist and did some work in marketing as well.

Afterward, he attempted to try his hand and earn money in the field of network marketing, but in the end, it proved very difficult to convince others to sign up. For that reason, Ravi decided to change careers to find something that was more fulfilling.

After much research, Ravi opted to try his hand in blogging, which ended up being rewarding, but also provided its share of failures and heavy spending. Fortunately, his perseverance started to pay off after seven years of hard work.

Recently, his efforts have really started to stabilize, and he’s even put together a small team of creatives that helps to run his blog, cleanuphome.com. Today, he spends his time with his children, his family pet, and exploring the great outdoors. He also is a cinephile and loves to spend time working out and staying in shape. He’s also an adopter of technology; he loves to keep updated with all of the latest gadgets.

Where did the idea for Cleanuphome.com come from?

In my life, I am a major fan of keeping my home nice and clean. As a result of this habit, I thought it would be a great idea to create a page that can help people keep their homes and businesses beautiful. We also present our readers’ essential tips and ideas which can help to find the ideal cleaning solution for everyday use.

What does your typical day look like and how do you make it productive?

How you start your day is essential, and I make sure that I start my day as cleanly as I can. For me, this means that I have a nice cup of green tea, which makes me feel nice and refreshed. Next, to keep up with current events, I read the newspaper and see what’s going on in the world. After that, it’s checking emails and working on my day’s to-do list.

How do you bring ideas to life?

When I have a new idea, I bring it immediately to my blog. This way, I can provide my readers with fresh ideas and content that can better their lives. I also want to reach the broadest audience possible, so I am continually working on my blog’s SEO ranking.

What’s one trend that excites you?

I love that people are becoming more skeptical about what they see online. There was a period there where everyone believed everything they read, and now that people are looking out for so-called “fake news,” I’m much more optimistic, especially when it comes to online reviews – not everyone tries products out, and I think it’s becoming more apparent.

What is one habit of yours that makes you more productive as an entrepreneur?

Keep moving forward and maintain a high level of consistency. I deeply believe this. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward,” and those are great words to live by.

What advice would you give your younger self?

Remain calm in all endeavors, maintain your health, get up, stay refreshed, and never stop until the goal is reached.

Tell us something that’s true that almost nobody agrees with you on.

While people think money is everything, the truth is, there is no option or substitute for hard work. This is a nurturing business for hard workers.

As an entrepreneur, what is the one thing you do over and over and recommend everyone else do?

Your body should be your temple! Add a bit of physical workout to your daily routine. This will help you stay refreshed in your mind and will help distract you from your day-to-day stress.

What is one strategy that has helped you grow your business?

It takes hard work, and the only way to learn is through trial and error. You have to learn from your mistakes. Every month, take some time and try something completely new that’s different from the last month. If it’s brought you success, iterate it in your next endeavor and keep growing your business offering.

What is one failure you had as an entrepreneur, and how did you overcome it?

I’m from a small town in India, and I began my journey into blogging seven years ago. At the time, it was tough because you had to explain what you were doing to others, and in most cases, no one believed in what you were out to do.

I was met with near-constant failure, and in many cases, even those that were close to me would laugh at my efforts. For me, I drew this as a means to motivate me to succeed and help me overcome the failures of my life. I used this to put forth the extra effort and gain success.

What is one business idea that you’re willing to give away to our readers?

If you would like to prove how capable you are as an entrepreneur, you can start by selling products online. Even with a limited budget, you can use the top e-commerce sites like Amazon, Walmart, or Flipkart.

What is the best $100 you recently spent? What and why?

I recently bought myself a bike. It’s a great, all-body exercise that will help me to burn the extra fat!

What is one piece of software or a web service that helps you be productive?

To be successful online, you have to boost your site rankings. I use both AHrefs.com and Semrush.com to cross check my search results before I make any decision. This is a technique my competitors use, and it helps me make the best decisions possible for my brand.

What is the one book that you recommend our community should read and why?

I am a big fan of Robin Sharma’s “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.” This is a self-help book authored by a famous motivational speaker. The book teaches you to trade money for meaning because meaning is very monetizable in the online world. This is because companies with a “beating heart” and embrace social causes are pulling out ahead of traditional companies. It also teaches you how to “empty your cup” and embrace new ideas to grow and better yourself.

What is your favorite quote?

“The effort you put in today pays off in the future,” which effectively is similar to Matshona Dhliwayo’s quote of, “Today’s tears water tomorrow’s gardens.” You may struggle today, but the work you put forward will yield dividends some day.

Key Learnings:

• Work hard. Today’s struggles can lead to tomorrow’s successes.
• Treat your body as a temple. Exercise often, eat and drink the right foods, and get plenty of rest.
• Consider creating to-do lists to help motivate you throughout the day.
• If you’re going to be building an online brand, use software to ensure that you’re reaching the broadest possible audience. Don’t be afraid to put the work in.