What are you missing in life when you are trying to have it all?
Living a full life requires the skills of a circus juggler and the equipoise of a monk. How can we make it easier?
This is a true story.
One morning, a musician played the violin outside the Metro station at Washington DC. During the 45 minutes he played, only 7 people of the 1000-odd people who passed by, stopped to listen to him. He collected $32.
When he finished playing, only one woman, who had recognized him, went up to him and said hello.
People do not usually come to coaches asking for fulfillment. Most people seek a coach to achieve something specific such as to find a better job or to improve a relationship or to reduce stress. But all of them are seeking a more fulfilling life.
Unfulfilling life choices sap you of energy and joie de vivre. You feel hopelessly stuck in a very unhappy place. In contrast, when you live a life of fulfillment, you experience being alive and whole.
Neelambika Kasad is a journalist, philosopher and poet with over a decade of experience in journalism, business communication and academics. She is passionate about her many interests including philosophy, personal finance, media, holistic therapies, quantum healing and writing occasional poetry.....and of course, her family, friends and the community.
Neelambika has worked as Features-Editor at The Financial Express (Mumbai) and taught Philosophy to graduate students at the KJ Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce in Mumbai. She also taught Business Journalism at the Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication, Pune. She holds a Post Graduate degree in Philosophy and a Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication and Journalism, both from the University of Bombay. She is a qualified Pranic and Reiki healer. Neelambika recently moved from Reading, United Kingdom to Cupertino, California, where she lives with her son and husband.
Neelambika Kasad, works internationally as a Personal Life Coach to empower people to achieve personal and professional breakthroughs to help them enjoy their lives to the fullest!