Interviewed by The Success Today – A Digital Webzine.
Could you tell us about yourself and your work?
Hello, this is Yash. I am a corporate trainer and holistic coach. My roots are grounded in spirituality and minimalism. I am driving training and development projects to enhance the productivity and happiness index of the firm and its employees. I integrate transpersonal psychology, classical yoga, and Ayurveda into my workshops because I believe that for a person to be transformed, they must first have a nourished mind, a healthy body, and balanced nutrition.
I specialise in soft skills training, mental well-being workshops, yoga and mindfulness for working professionals.
I believe that you must first transform yourself to bring about meaningful change in the lives of others. I have spent the better part of two years immersed in more than 75 psychology, yoga, and self-help books that have enabled me to connect to my true self and make me mentally and physically healthy. I am driving the exact change with my clients.
How are you and your service helping society?
My impact on people’s lives is more than the sum of the sessions I’ve given because I connect with them more profoundly.
In addition to delivering workshops for businesses on topics like mental health and interpersonal skills, I host sessions on mental well-being and yoga at my yoga studio in Gurugram.
I offer no-cost workshops for those in serious need of relief from stress and anxiety.
What is the USP of your work?
As a holistic coach, I incorporate yoga, mindfulness and psychological strategies into my workshops and retreats.
What are your Vision and Mission?
Mission: enhancing people’s quality of life through better mental and physical health.
Vision: to be the world’s leading holistic coach.
What are your achievements in this industry?
I have conducted more than 1000+ workshops since 2016 and have impacted more than 15,000 people. As a result, Cushman & Wakefield India has recognized me with their 2020 Going Extra Mile Award for my dedication to soft skills development.
The ITC Grand Chola Hotel honoured me with a medal for operational excellence in 2012.
Does your work ever feel tedious to you? If so, how do you stay driven and motivated towards it?
Stress and disappointments are inevitable in this world, but if I feel things are out of balance, I use that as a wake-up call to figure out what I can do to improve and become aware of it and don’t let it overpower me.
What are your hobbies and specific interests other than your profession?
I like exploring nature and participating in spiritual practices, going on trips, and taking photographs
You have achieved so much in life. Any specific advice you’d like to share with our readers to grow in life?
Don’t obsess over the end outcome too much; it’s only a byproduct of your hard work. Accept failure as naturally as you have accepted victory.
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