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~ Lisa Nichols

It was a breath of fresh air. I began to realize that the freedom I felt/experienced on the coaching call was something I was created to enjoy and able to have in my life on a daily basis.

~ Chantel C.

Vasavi has a compassionate and caring style of coaching with the perfect level of toughness that allowed me to push myself toward my intended outcomes.

~ Melissa R.

This past weekend was AH-MAZING. I just got back from L.A., where I was attending the O! You Conference. This is Oprah’s yearly conference, where she has all her favorite experts talk about life, love, health, and soul. It truly was an honor to be among so many powerful people who have dedicated their lives to helping YOU live your best life.

Oprah said something that stuck with me. She quoted Joseph Campbell, and said, “The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.”

I come across so many people who want to move forward in their life… but don’t know where to start. They struggle with knowing that they DO matter, and that they have a higher purpose. And trust me, I’ve been there too.

Today’s KIR question is very close to my heart because I know amazing people like you just want one thing: to be happy and live their best life. This week’s KIR question from Roberta focuses on the support you need to truly do just that. She asks:

‘I am looking for a life coach… but I don’t know what I’m looking for. How do I know if I’ve found the right coach for me?’

If you’re ready to get someone in your corner who’s going to push you to be the absolute best you can be, this video is for you. Take a peek!

Don’t hesitate to shop around. Any great coaching experience is grounded in intimacy and connection, so you need to make sure it feels absolutely right!

I feel so privileged to be a coach. I have an incredibly close relationship with my clients – they can tell me absolutely anything without fear of judgment, and they know that I’ll hold them accountable for their actions, and kick their butts when they need it!

Does a job get any better than that? Seriously!

Are you on the hunt for a coach? Do you already have a coach you love? If so, how’d you find them?

Come share your experiences with the community in the comments below!

And don’t forget to sign up for my FREE Mindset training here. It will literally blow your socks off!!!

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Kansas City, MO – Can love and money harmoniously coexist in the business world? Lifestyle Coach Vasavi Kumar believes so. In fact, she argues that bringing love into a business organization is fundamental to monetary success in both the short-term and the long-term.

“People want to feel appreciated in their work, but that appreciation is really just another word for love,” says Ms. Kumar. “We all crave love in several areas of our life – including our work life. The problem too often is we do the least amount to achieve love or managers fail to understand how important a role love plays. In fact, many company leaders think that you can’t mention loving your fellow man and using the word business in the same sentence.”

Kumar points out that tele-workshops like, “Rising In Love With Yourself,” which she runs, can help CEO’s and other company leaders. They provide an excellent example of how leaders and managers can improve their working relationships and increase employee productivity by including this innovated concept of bringing love back to business.

“The end result of these kinds of seminars are for leaders to be more spirit driven and less fear driven,” explains Kumar. “When employees feel they’re valued then they become more creative and committed to the company. When that happens, productivity goes up and that makes the company stronger. So rather than being fearful of the next quarter projections, companies find more success by looking at things from an emotional intelligence viewpoint and always ask questions like, ‘What will make my workers feel more secure and important?’”

Companies are already doing this. Case in point – SAS.

It’s a software firm based in the Research Triangle Park in Cary, NC, and was named by Money Magazine as the best place to work in 2011. SAS cites perks like on-site healthcare, childcare, car cleaning, a beauty salon and a state-of-the-art gym. The biggest benefit offered to employees though is what those perks truly represent. As one manager there reported, “People stay at SAS in large part because they are happy, but to dig a little deeper, I would argue that people don’t leave SAS because they feel regarded — seen, attended to and cared for. I have stayed for that reason, and love what I do for that reason.”

But what about those small to mid-size companies who can’t bestow expensive luxuries upon their employees to show they care?

“It might be trite, but love doesn’t cost a thing,” Kumar points out. “You don’t have to build a new entertainment wing to win a worker’s trust and confidence. What it takes is tapping into that love and dignity managers want and expect to receive. If you pass that down to workers, you’ll have a hard-working, dedicated staff. The difficult part is learning how to show that appreciation.”

That’s where coaches like Vasavi Kumar come into play.

She explains, “When I do an onsite evaluation I go right to the top first – the CEOs. They’re the captains and their attitude toward themselves plays a big role in how everyone interacts. Once I get the CEO’s take on their company, we speak with the workers — in total confidence — to get their real opinion of the working situation. Sometimes the CEO’s ideals are meeting worker expectations, but more often than naught, there’s a miscommunication. When you find the ‘silent issues’ that are gnawing at a company, the CEO can use skills they already have to reach a solution. As a result, workers are happier, productivity increases, employee turnover– which is expensive — goes down and revenues rise. With this system, everyone wins.”

Ms. Kumar believes that a company doesn’t need to sacrifice making money in order to follow its heart. In fact, following a path filled with love and admiration is the key to unlocking untold potential. To learn more about the Tele-Workshop Group Coaching Workshop, “Rising In Love With Yourself” and to explore upcoming program dates starting 4/14 visit details.

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