Living Consciously with Nisha Verma

This week we spoke to Nisha Verma who is known for her Real, Raw and Vulnerable approach to transformation. She is the Founder of Yours Consciously, a creative global platform for self-growth and personal development.
She is a transformation coach, healer and an inspirational speaker who thrives on supporting women to nourish themselves mind, body & soul to become the best version of themselves.
Nisha draws from her personal experience and years of deep soul initiation to guide Teenagers and women to break through their fear, discover themselves, and awaken to their unique “purpose”. Nisha’s clients say that working with her is a life-changing journey.
She guides people who feel uninspired with their lives to reclaim their personal power so they can share their unique gifts with the world which helps people lead joyful lives naturally.
Here’s our Tete-A-Tete with her:

 

Q1. How did the idea for your business come about?

NV: I began my career in Business and Finance because the world of numbers always gave me a rush. But, despite what looked like the ideal life on the outside, there was always a sense of unease and not feeling good enough and exhaustion that she could not seem to shake. I noticed this in my peers too and could not understand why a large number of the people with whom I met, who had what seemed like the ideal life, were also for the most part unhappy.
This fueled my search for a way to have as full a life as possible, one that included happiness, ease, creativity, business, money and anything else that was joyful and contributive both to me and the world.
Having grown up in a huge joint family and parents who were always deeply involved in meditation and spiritual conversations, I had access to a lot of information that inspired my already inquisitive nature. I spent most of my free time seeking, studying, reading and learning about the teachings of different gurus and mystics. But there was always some missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle.
A few years and 2 kids later, I began my journey to bringing myself back to a state of holistic fulfillment, and along the way I started to guide others in doing the same.
I love facilitating classes and workshops on what I practice daily in life and business. The work that I do now is not a job, but a “calling to be of service” to the collective awakening as we begin to remember who we are at the deepest levels of our being.
Q2. What was your key driving force to become an entrepreneur?
NV: The driving force is to be Able to transform lives and lead them towards their Inner knowing. Empowering them and watching them bloom is very rewarding.
Q3. How do you market your business, and which tactics have been most successful?
NV: I share information about my sessions and classes on social media posts. Apart from that I’m making the brand grow very organically.
Q4. What piece of advice would you give to women who would start a business of their own.
NV: Do what makes you joyful. Be Authentic. Sometimes, we tend to ignore our greatest strengths because they appear so ordinary to us. What is Easy Peasy for you could not be so for many. So once you discover that, you could be a joyful entrepreneur.
Q5.  What entrepreneurial tricks have you discovered to keep you focused and productive in your day-to-day busy schedule?
NV: I have a idea journal which I fill up in my creative moments. I’m a morning person. In the mornings, I love sitting in the balcony with my coffee with a pen and paper and penning my freshest thoughts. That pretty much outlines the way forward for me. Sometimes I’m able to achieve in 30 minutes what I’ve been procrastinating for weeks.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Nisha! We hope you continue to transform lives and spread joy everywhere.
You can check out her work here: https://www.facebook.com/yoursconsciously23/

Published by Social Dragonfly

An inclusive and holistic community to promote personal growth and holistic well-being. We offer personal and group sessions using Expressive and Creative arts modalities in a therapeutic way.

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