With a zest for life, Delhi-based life coach Anamika Yaduvanshi follows the mantra of living each moment to the fullest.
Passionate for bringing the drive for success and committed to enhancing positive attitude in others, Anamika brings a potent but rare combination of creativity and analytical thinking to her speaking engagements as a Motivational Trainer and Counselor. With the purpose of helping others in finding true happiness and essence of life, she tries to guide as many people as possible on how to achieve their goals and find their path in life.
Anamika’s experience is broadly in Motivational Training, Counseling and Distance Healing. She also takes classes on mind relaxation, meditation and spiritual healing. Multi-talented and a multi-tasker, Anamika possesses in-depth knowledge of tarot, numerology, past life therapy. She has been helping people to de-stress their lives since quite a long time now. This Women’s Day she tells us-
Where/How do you get your best ideas?
From Chanakya Niti and The Geeta. I personally believe that the Geeta has answers to everything.
What’s something they don’t teach you in University that you should probably know?
In university they prepare you for success but they don’t talk about slow progress or no progress at all. Growth and change are painful. We must really learn how to embrace this pain and continue to work hard! It only teaches us to embrace success in the future.
First thing you do as soon as you wake up?
Meditate. Post that I water my plants and then take my morning tea.
What do you hope to see happen in the near future for small businesses in the country?
A lot is changing as the government is promoting startup’s. Earlier people used to worry about getting a job but now they can always start their own business and as there are multiple role models to follow people are now more hopeful.
What was your biggest stroke of luck since the launch of your company (s)?
COVID 19!! There was a massive explosion and a lot of opportunities came my way. Boundaries just diminished as people came on my laptop screen. Business is now online and I can address address multiple people sitting in front of my screen and attending webinar’s and live meetings. Covid 19 has brought a lot of opportunities for me.
If you had one piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?
My advice would be once you make a decision of making it big, do not look back. Any road that takes you backward, just be mindful enough to close that road. Look forward and keep going. Don’t stop! Regardless of obstacles, just focus on your own goal and march ahead. If you follow to move ahead and believe in yourself, anything is achievable.
What do you typically read?/ Favourite book?
I tend to read more of spiritual books. But my favourite book for entrepreneurship is ‘Think and Grow Rich’ by Napoleon Hill and ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ by Robert Kiyosaki
Best boss you had and what did you learn from them?
I think my best and only boss is the universe. It teaches me what I have to learn at that particular time. It’s really beautiful – the relationship I share with the universe. It’s a boss and junior relationship and also a friendly relationship.
One thing you learned about your self?
How do you keep your team motivated & engaged?
I always tell them what they will gain and work hard. It’s human nature to think about yourself first hence I always emphasise on what they will gain!
New Years Resolutions?
Be on TED and also help 1,00,000 people with my life coaching practice also build my social media community to 1M.
How do you maintain work/life balance?
I sleep for a good 7-8 hours and eat a healthy diet. I also exercise regularly so half the battle is won if you have a good body and mind. I spend time with my children and also my pet. Children always give you so much love and they’re very honest and innocent and the innocence makes me feel alive.
Favourite clothing item?
Anything which makes me feel comfortable and confident is my favourite clothing item!