Interviewed by The Success Today – A Digital Webzine.
Could you tell us about yourself and your work?
I will call myself an ordinary girl who lives in every home in India. After graduating in English Literature and Fine Arts, I was just another girl who had big dreams and goals to achieve. But with the tides of life, my ambitions always got pushed back to the shore. For a long time, I kept blaming people around me, and I lived as a victim. Until one day, I decided that the only person I was answerable to for my failures was myself. If I fail at what I desire to achieve, it will be my sole responsibility. I used to complain about the several things I felt passionately needed reformation in our society, like the mindsets of people, hypocrisy, cultural holes, etc. I used my democratic right to speak about this if and whenever I got an opportunity. Until I went into metamorphosis and asked myself, If I desire changes in these sections of society, why can’t it be me, myself, the one who contributes to making a difference? Then, after I started my journey to equip myself to resolve many such issues, which needed behavioural transformation in our society. As an artist, it’s my primary responsibility to show to the world what’s unseen, unheard, and unfelt. I started working with this perspective in my paintings and trained myself as a life coach to help people design their own lives.
How you and your service is helping society?
I feel whenever I address one person in the family; I am in a way helping the entire family to whom that person belongs. When I coach someone, I give clarity to one person, but by doing so, I always tend to bring love, joy, and peace to the entire family. This indeed is soul-fulfilling, and I wish to impact 1,00,000 lives as soon as possible. In this way, I hope to contribute my bit to society.
What is the USP of your work?
My USP is me! My approach and my dedication toward everyone I serve to bring about a transformation in them for their personal growth. When someone walks out of my office transformed, it’s soul-fulfilling for me.
What are your vision and mission?
I am willingly obsessed with unearthing the mysteries of the mind and the behaviours that usually are an effect of one’s belief systems. This makes me a researcher, and I wish to provide my research and ideas to people so that they can have a makeover in any way possible for themselves—with their permission, of course! I am on a mission to help 1,00,000 young adults and parents strive to achieve a growth mindset using their own creative and logical capacities. I want anyone in my room to leave feeling fuller, richer, and more alive from within. I want them to walk out feeling evolved.
What are your achievements in this industry?
I have been in this industry for a year, and within this short time, I have been able to uplift 57 clients to scale to their best potential. Does it make a difference when I say I have not had a single unhappy client?
Does your work ever feel tedious to you? If so, how do you stay driven and motivated towards it?
Fortunately, my work doesn’t revolve around me; it’s never about me! At least, that’s how I see it. I constantly strive to evolve my client. This in itself is motivating for me.
What are your hobbies and specific interests other than your profession?
For me, my hobby is my passion. I was a passionate painter since childhood, and I chose to convert my hobby into my profession after graduating from Sir. J.J. School of Art (Mumbai) as a fine artist. I did many exhibitions in India and abroad.
I could also always see myself as a very passionate person when it came to resolving issues among people who knew me. My words could often make a difference in the lives of people around me. Later, I took this interest further and qualified myself as a B.C.a.B.A. and an internationally trained life coach. Today, along with calling myself a painter, I am happily involved with many people to help them design their lives. Other than this, I enjoy dancing, travelling, fashion, and reading.
You have achieved so much in life. Any specific advice you’d like to share with our readers to grow in life?
The one thing I say from my own experience is that the only person who is a hurdle in our lives is us ourselves. Be very aware of the values and beliefs you are operating from; sometimes, this becomes the barrier we are unable to overcome to achieve the quantum leap we deserve!
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