Flow state comes in the form of movement for me. As a yoga teacher and a very physically active person, I find movement as a precursor to getting into flow or the ‘zone.’ Before facilitating a workshop, I usually dance or jump up and down to get the blood flowing. …Read More »
What is your best time management or prioritisation hack that you use?
Add a dollar bill next to those items on my to-do list that are immediate revenue generating. Focus on those things first! 🙂Read More »
To switch off from business and de-stress my go to solution is: by Neelu Kaur
MOVEMENT – Motion changes Emotions. When I need to unplug, switch my state, get out of a funk…I move. This includes a brisk walk or Yoga.Read More »
What is your biggest fear in business?
Staying in my zone of competence or excellence and not living in my zone of genius.Read More »
Your business is destroyed, what one thing can never be taken from you?
My commitment to excellence, brand, and reputation.Read More »
How important is a sense of humour in your business? Anything too serious to be joked about?
I don’t think a sense of humor is only necessary in business. I believe it’s important to have fun and tap into our playful childlike nature often, personally and professionally. Professionally, ALWAYS know your audience. Be sensitive to your audience to determine what is safe to joke about.Read More »
What is your biggest regret in business?
Second guessing my intuition. I have moved forward and taken on some clients who have not been a good energetic fit. My lesson learned – If it’s not a whole body YES, where my head, heart, and gut is aligned – it is likely not a good fit.Read More »
If someone is going to work with you for a long time what is important they know about you that might not be immediately obvious?
I am meticulous about anything that has my name on it. If my brand is associated with any deliverable, I put in 250% effort.Read More »
What do you think is the biggest myth of building a business?
“I can do it alone!” – Said no successful solo or entrepreneur EVER. Even if you are a solopreneur, it takes a village to build a business and brand.Read More »
What is your fondest memory of something that happened in your business?
It’s not one specific memory but the collective memories of receiving feedback that my workshops or 1:1 coaching sessions were impactful and transformational.Read More »