A little about me…
Thanks for dropping by my website. I’ve learned many life lessons since growing up on a small farm in rural India… that everything worthwhile takes a risk, that courage can be learned, and that your toughest challenges can be a catalyst for unleashing your greatest strengths.
Having worked and traveled extensively around the world, I’ve witnessed the steep price we can pay when fear goes unchecked. It’s why I’m passionate about supporting individuals and organisations to lead with greater courage.
I’d love to support you in making braver decisions, taking bolder actions and creating positive changes. Only then can we solve the problems we face and create a future that is better than the past.
Brave leadership begins with self-leadership. Given the world we live in today, never has it been so important.
I love connecting with people in a live audience, helping them re-frame their challenges, re-imagine their future and reconnect to their innate power to affect change. Starting with themselves.
The more I’ve followed my own passion, the more opportunities I’ve had to work with and learn from trailblazing leaders and extraordinary human beings.
I’m passionate about what I do, I value the opportunity to share my expertise through media and to leverage their power to advocate for important causes from equality to mental power.
Growing up in the “town,” the horizons of my world didn’t stretch very far. However, upon leaving home, I soon realized there was a whole world waiting to be explored. So after Post graduating from university, I saved up few money and set off around the world with little more than a backpack, some travelers checks and an intrepid spirit.
Since then I’ve traveled to 10+ countries, spent five years living in Caribbean Countries, experiencing many adventures along the way.
A few highlights include crossing the longest travel distance, staying in forest camps, climbing to the highest mountain in central america, cycling rafting in Nepal, and swimming in sea even without knowing how to swimming.
Now that one of my kids are older, we share new adventures together! Most recently when we traveled Thailand.
My life has been blessed with opportunity. But not everyone is as fortunate. So I value the chance to support causes that work toward creating a more equitable and inclusive world. One way I do that is by donating t old age homes. I also support many NGOs around the globe.
I am also passionate about removing the stigma surrounding mental illness which creates so much heartache and suffering for so many.