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Things that help Huddle boss think better: Football, tennis ball & a Rubik’s Cube

​​Sanil Sacher says that his room is free from gaming consoles.

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Oct 11, 2019, 08.26 AM IST
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Sanil Sacher, co-founder of start-up incubator Huddle, says he finds spending time in his room to be therapeutic.
By Shashi Sunny

Sanil Sacher, co-founder of start-up incubator Huddle, says he finds spending time in his room to be therapeutic.


Healing zone

“When I am in my space, it should relax and heal me, take away any stress and negativity, leave me feeling calmer and comforted. I should not leave my room angry.”

Room with a view
“I wanted my space to be an extension of me. My room must be fluid, with no large, bulky pieces of furniture. I didn’t want clutter, so there’s no memorabilia strewn across, nor do the walls have artefacts or artworks. I like heights, so I live on the 25th floor of a condominium in Gurugram. It gives me a helicopter-like view. I am an adrenalin junkie, I like the outdoors and am out of my room 20 minutes after I wake up at 6 am to play some sport. I leave my bed as soon as I am awake. My room is essentially all white, minimalistic in terms of decor. But it is not a silent white, it has a few spots of colour.”

Supply chain efficiency
“I like everything in a specific pattern. Methodically placed as in a supply chain. It improves my efficiency on a day-to-day basis. I have a football, a tennis ball and a Rubik’s Cube in my room, all of which help me think better.”

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Picture perfect
“There are only three places to sit: My bed, an orange lazy chair that adds a burst of colour, and an office table and chair in a dark wood hue. Besides the furniture, I have a picture of my five closest friends. There is also a picture of my boarding school room from England and my personal library which I constantly browse through. Beside my bed is a French Press to make myself a cold brew. I also have two note-pads with provocative covers which were gifted to me. I am particular about notepads because I am always writing something.”

No room for these
“The one thing you will never see in my room is a gaming console. I am possessive about the time I spend outdoors. But I do have a TV to watch sports. I’ve wanted a mini fridge in my room for as long as I can remember, but I fear that if I get one, I will get too comfortable and just won’t leave my room. I don’t want spend all my time in my room, but I’m particular that when I am inside, the time has to be the most rejuvenating. It should replenish my energy levels and I should be raring to go once I am refreshed.”

Welcome guests

“The only other person I would invite into my room is the author, Mitch Albom, who wrote 'Tuesdays with Morrie'. He is my favourite writer.”

My therapy place

“Because I think of my room as a place of personal therapy, it’s a private space. My bathroom is a big translucent glass cubicle, that’s another reason I can’t have people walking in and out of my room. I don’t like having people hanging around having conversations in my room. If I want to spend time talking with friends and family, I would rather do so in the lawn or in the kitchen. The only person allowed in my room is my girlfriend. And my sister Shreya, but she is a busy chef who lives in Hyderabad. I live with my parents, Sita and Sanjeev Sacher, who are avid travellers, so it’s not often that we are all together at home.”
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