Interviewed by The Success Today – A Digital Webzine.
Could you tell us about yourself and your work?
I am Yash, a holistic coach and corporate trainer. Immersing myself in the world of yoga and spirituality, opened various avenues of life and gave me fresh perspectives. With that strong motivation, I started my journey of imparting the knowledge and importance of having a nourished mind, healthy body and a balanced diet which are the major three aspects of a human being. Through the unique combination of transpersonal psychology, classical yoga and Ayurveda, my aim is to aid in increasing the productivity and happiness index of working professionals. Including yoga and mindfulness workshops, soft skills training and mental well-being training, I put my best foot forward to help people be the better version of themselves by connecting to their heart’s true calling.
How are you and your service helping society?
My objective is to impact people’s lives to shape them for a better future. Hence, my workshops strongly focus on the holistic development of a being. I incorporate interpersonal skills, building healthy habits, and stress management techniques to improve my overall well-being.
People suffering from acute anxiety and stress are given free sessions to ensure that they lead a life of positivity and good spirit.
What is the USP of your work?
Nurturing the inner soul establishes the true connection with one’s soul, and through mindfulness, classical yoga, and spirituality, our workshops have a holistic focus that concentrates on developing a human being internally and externally.
What are your Vision and Mission?
My mission is to help people to build a strong bond with their inner minds and transform their lives through improved mental and physical health.
My vision is to take my effort of transforming people’s lives holistically to every corner of the world.
What are your achievements in this industry?
I have worked with a leading American MNC, Cushman and Wakefield, where I conducted more than 1000 workshops on corporate training and corporate well-being. My effort was felicitated by the award “ Going Extra Mile” by Cushman and Wakefield, in 2020. In 2012, I was honoured by the ITC Grand Chola Hotel for operation excellence.
Does your work ever feel tedious to you? If so, how do you stay driven and motivated toward it?
Spirituality and mindfulness have taught me to embrace the joys and sorrows of life gracefully and handle each obstacle with a calm mind. I am on a quest to upskill and upgrade myself and impact the lives of others, which acts as the biggest inspiration in my life.
What are your hobbies and specific interests other than your profession?
One of my favorite hobbies is to explore nature and take part in spiritual practices and retreats. Besides, I enjoy travelling and taking photographs of the beautiful moments of life.
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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