My purpose and passion drive the work I do. I have the good fortune of working with individuals and organizations to empower them to be their best selves by defining their “why, what & how” through consulting, coaching, and training.
I believe that relationships are built on similarities, but meaningful relationships are built on similarities and differences. There is always more than one way to get there!
I was born to be a rebel, full of passion and genuine curiosity. Growing up as a young girl in India I did not understand why I had to stay in my lane. Often getting into passionate debates about why I can’t do this, why can he do it, why are there different rules for different people, why was it so important for others to watch me conform; my poor parents.
I have lived my entire life looking for and fulfilling my purpose, as most would say dancing to the beat of my own drums. My journey of self-discovery and seeking for my purpose took a turn when I moved to the US in 1993 at the ripe old age of 20! I have spent the last 25 years seeking to understand myself while doing my best to understand others. Can’t say it has been an easy journey, nor that my journey is complete. I am still as much a work in progress today as I was 25 years ago. What I do know is that I have grown, learnt and continue on that path every day.
I have spent the last 10 years turning this journey into a consulting practice where I am able to serve others through their journey. Through my work I can inspire others to embrace their strengths and weakness and show-up authentically in everything they do. In this fast-paced competitive world, organizations need every employee to show-up and contribute at their best, which can lead to innovation, new product development, higher employee engagement and so much more.
To quote Joseph Campbell “The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are” AND I am privileged to be who I am!