Nine Powerful Lessons I have Learned in 2017
I am sharing with you the most powerful lessons I have learned in 2017. As we start brand new year 2018, these lessons might be useful for you to navigate through your own true potential and make impact in this world in 2018. Here I present you these nine lessons.
Nine Powerful Lessons I have Learned in 2017
In her mid 20’s Lena Kay found herself living in a homeless hostel, depressed, overweight with a brain tumour and living on benefits. Suicidal thoughts became prominent at one point of time in her life. She thought her life has no meaning to be alive. She never thought she could come out of that trap of her own thoughts.
Lena discovered neuroscience, quantum physics, meditation and law of attraction, used the knowledge to transform her life and helped many people on her journey as she organically fell into coaching.
Krishan Chahal was fascinated by the art of memorizing at younger age. In his quest to experiment on the power of his brain he memorized the value of pi upto 43000 decimal places breaking his own Guinness world record of 33000 decimals. Apart from this, he holds other two records one of them being remembering the sequence of several decks of playing cards.
He says he was not the best as a kid but learning and experimenting on his brain led him to have exceptional brain power. His feats are acknowledged by Guinness Book of World Records, Limca Book of Records, Record Holders Republic, Open Record Book and Pi World Ranking.
“With every failure, you become a better person, you become sharper and wiser.” Kiruba Shankar had several reasons to settle down for an ordinary life. He got fired from his job when he needed it the most. He lost 10 Lakhs (1 Million) rupees in a deal where his client absconded after he delivered his commitment. But this man was never to give up trying to pursue his dreams. He says the best lessons of your life are learned when you are down and dusted. He sat down with me to share these hard learned lessons of his life in this episode.
“Our limiting belief leads to inaction and inaction is the biggest enemy of achievement.” Manish Pharasi is personal development coach, NLP master practitioner and facilitative trainer. He has been into developing and coaching people for larger part of his life. Manish has helped thousands of people to live their lives as the best version of themselves. He has traveled around the globe teaching people his IncredibleU principles which he has now put together in amazon best-seller Unveil The IncredibleU book.
“If you have a desire to find out a way, nobody can stop you” Maruti Makwana started out as a freelance trainer after he quit his first job after 9 months. It was a big challenge for him since he studied in Gujrati medium and had very limited skill in English. People won’t believe a 23 year old kid asking for training engagements in corporate giants but somehow he managed to get his first client. Since then there is no looking back. He’s so proud of that decision he has taken in his life.
“If there is complete need of certainty, Sorry entrepreneurship is not for you” Jogesh Jain decided to quit his well-paying job at multinational company of repute to follow his passion of helping youth to become more employable. Jogesh has trained thousands of students the skills they need to crack their job interviews and has published the book “How to Get That Job” where he shares how one can land his/her perfect job. His programs help job seekers to build Confidence, Courage and Competence.
“If you are not enjoying what you are doing. You are not living your life fully” At the age of 54 after serving for Indian army for more than three decades, Brig. Sushil Bhasin has realized his life purpose of helping students succeed in their lives. It all happened when he was presented with a scroll signed by 800 students thanking him for transforming the school within […]
“You cannot win big by playing smaller games, if you want to win big you need to play bigger games.” Navin Gulia’s life changed when he was taking part in a sport activity while in army. He fell down from height and broke down his neck- bone leaving his body paralyzed. But, that couldn’t stop him from making his life iconic. He set out on life-threatening, all-terrain driving adventure to Marsimik (one of the highest mountain passes in the entire world) driving from New Delhi for 55 hours non-stop to the top that is 1400 feet higher than Mount Everest base camp. His record remains unbeaten for 13 years now.