Indian American billionaire, philanthropist and creator of 5 hour Energy, Manoj Bhargava has some very ambitious but practical goals about changing the world. Definitely some bold words, but Manoj is no talker, he strongly believes in being a doer, and all those who work alongside with him, give strong indications that he is a man who continuously works towards results. Manoj Bhargava was born in India but moved to the United States when he was 14 years old. He would graduate from The Hill School and then study at Princeton for one year before departing back to India where he became a monk for 12 years. Eventually he returned back to the United States to create 5 Hour Energy and a company called Living Essentials. He was awarded as Ernst and Young's entrepreneur of the year in 2012.
His new mission is to make a huge impact on the planet by creating several new engineering technologies from water, energy to health. A rain project where he anticipates to cure the water shortage problem with a new machine that turns unusable sea water into drinking water in a matter of minutes. 100 gallons of water an hour to be exact. A hybrid bicycle where someone can peddle for an hour to create 24 hour' worth of energy. Unlimited energy, pollution free. Finally, a health device called Renew, which enhances circulation. Manoj strongly believes that the world can be changed and that we need to make a difference in other people's lives by not just talk, but by actually doing something about it. It's about doing something and not watching something that you can prevent. In his own words "you got to do something".
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