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Divya Parekh brings over 25 years of rich and varied experiences to her roles as a coach and a speaker. Her professional career includes positions as a university associate professor, scientist, biotechnology professional, and as a global business relationship and leadership coach.
Learn how Divya stayed on her course regardless of doubt of whether coaching was the right thing for her, whether she would ever make enough money. You big WHY, GRIT and CONSISTENCY is necessary to eventually have success.
Today we will be talking about The significance of purpose, Living to your full potential, Living a large life, Zone of Genius, Balance in life.
What you will learn
How Divya’s big WHY came about while in her corporate career in pharma.
How to find your genius, the project that you can keep doing, the ONE thing that you will keep doing even with out pay.
Find someone who has been successful in the field you want to enter. Identify those people you want to emulate and consume their content.
How Divya transitioned from her corporate career to coaching, over a period of five years, building her coaching income before quitting her corporate career.
Being aware of your set of values is key to driving decisions aligned with your values, being in flow and eventually achieving success.
Five years of planning, grit, effort and ground work brought about the success and income to replace Divya’s salary.
How Divya stayed on her course regardless of doubt of whether coaching was the right thing for her, whether she would ever make enough money. You big WHY, GRIT and CONSISTENCY is necessary to eventually have success.
Take action now but don’t expect to see the results pouring in right away, it will take time.
Fail fast, learn, adapt, and success will come.
Quotes by Divya Parekh
Connect with Divya Parekh
Divya’s website – www.divyaparekh.com
Divya on Facebook
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