We are stronger gene, we can move mountains- Mayura Amarkant

Mayura Amarkant

“I wear many hats”. Mayura Amarkant Co-Founder – Sarvashreshta Solutions

Hey Mayura, Finally we got a chance to pull out the secrets from your insane diary. Our readers would be happy to read an interview with a multitalented lady. So, start by telling us something about yourself and what exactly you do?

Haha, Shalu. Thank you for your warm welcome. There are no such secrets honestly, I believe in sharing my knowledge and I like to see myself as a woman of today – the one who manages home & work with equal ease. I strongly believe that there is always time for everything to be done with equal perfection if one wishes to. I wear many hats, CEO of a consulting firm, national award-winning communication and a media professional, a wife, mom, daughter-in-law, daughter, 4 am friend, and the list goes on. 🙂
I run a consulting outfit by the name of Sarvashreshtha Solutions LLP, where we catalyze brands (individuals or organizations) to help them realize their vision in terms of positioning them to the outside world. I am an avid blogger and social media influencer. I love to write and run a blogzine (www.diaryofaninsanewriter.com)

Diary of an Insane Writer

Mayura Amarkant

Mayura Amarkant

Mayura attending an event.

What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to start it?

I worked for 1.5 decades before picking up entrepreneurship. I wrote for prominent publications including Times of India, Indian Express, Mid-day, DNA & Hindustan Times. I also wrote cover stories for Business World. Features writing sharpened my people skills and research acumen. At the same time, I was a Marketing Communications professional who worked across Educational Institutions & Advertising agencies as a Corporate Communications professional, PR person, Event Manager & Crisis Manager. I even headed two educational institutions & conducted training for corporates. All this coupled with four books, a stint in theatre & management of large-scale projects. I have curated a web series on Lal Baug Cha Raja & also written scripts for corporate AVs. After all this, I realized that all this had given me insights and perspectives from both the client and agency side. I decided to start on my own and bridge the gap which exists between the client and the agency. The whole idea was to partner with the client and execute their vision.

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

First, build trust. We live in a world that is virtually connected but, in reality, we all are lonely in a crowd. My first focus is always on building trust with my clients. This can only happen if one always bears the torch of truth. ‘Under Commit and Over Perform’ is the mantra that Sarvashreshtha Solutions follows. More than growth, it is the development that is the focus. In our process to take the client from ‘Good-to-Great’, we take the time to understand the vision, identify their pain points, prioritize activities and then execute them to achieve the set milestones. It is a collaborative process.

You have been an inspiration to many. Who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

On a daily basis, I try to unlearn, learn and relearn and try to upgrade to the field that I am in is a fast-paced, continuous and dynamic. It is quite humbling to know that people are inspired by me. I consider myself lucky and fortunate to have mentors who have been kind enough to encourage me at various stages of my professional career. Each one of them has instilled confidence, help me rediscover myself and re-invent as an evolved person both personally and professionally. At each stage in my life, I have had mentors who have played a very significant role in my growth and development. During my school & college days, it was my parents.

In professional life, it was Prof. Dr. Uday Salunkhe, Director of WeSchool, Dr. N M Kondap, former Vice Chancellor of NMIMS University, RD Shetty, former registrar of NMIMS University, CA Sunil G Karve, Founder Trustee & Vice Chairman of MET League of Colleges, Legendary filmmaker, Subhash Ghai, Sangram Surve, Founder of ThinkWhyNot and J G Irani, Director Marcom, MET League of Colleges.

There are people whose life and learning continue to inspire me each moment. They are Rishi Darda, Joint MD and Editorial Director, Lokmat, former MP & Chairman Lokmat, Vijay Darda, N K Nayak, head of Lokmat, Nagpur and prominent film critic & Director, Khalid Mohammed. Apart from this, there have been loads of experiences that have changed me for the better.
The force behind my dreams is my parents, in-laws, siblings, co-siblings, closest friends & my life partner, Amarkant Jain. One only works to achieve for family & friends – nothing else matters.

So, Mayura, What was that once incident which changed something in you?

Well, there came a stage in my professional career, where I was at home and every company that I applied to would call me for an interview and discuss how I would add value to them. I would offer solutions and would wait for them to respond. All I could know is that all my solutions were being implemented and I wasn’t offered the role. I spoke to my mentors and shared my pain.

All of them said only one thing – ‘It’s time to start something of your own rather than work for someone else.’ While this was flattering indeed, but at the same time scary as I had no prior experience of being an entrepreneur, and obviously no capital. I just took a plunge and thought to myself, that what worse can happen? I will have to back to the job market with my CV. So be it. There has been no looking back since.

If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

Haha…hmmm….let me think…I am very resourceful. I have been fondly called as ‘ABDUL’ the all-knowing character from the Bollywood movie ‘SHAAN’. So the one line that describes me best is ‘naam abdul hai mera, kya! Sabki Khabar rakhta hoon’.

The one line that describes me best is ‘naam abdul hai mera, kya! Sabki Khabar rakhta hoon’.

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

It is indeed a flattering experience to be chosen among such an august company of mommies. I thank Mommies World for U & Me to empower me with such honor. I am still in the process of developing my organization to build a scalable model. As of now, this is the one ambition that is set.

Mayura, what do you think, is there any competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

Competition is a term we used during the stone age of business. Today’s times are more about collaborations. The business models are changing and futuristic organizations are looking at collaborating with each other to achieve a common business goal. Victory achieved by leading the team’s efforts brings satisfaction.

Share the most inspiring incident, you have witnessed yourself.

Though it is difficult to pinpoint an incident, I can surely tell you a common thing in my
experience that has inspired me. I have closely worked with some of the biggest names in the corporate & public world. The way they maintain their calm during the crisis is amazing. The people at the top are always in control of the situation and even when things are going haywire, they are gifted with the ability to sift the grain from the shaft.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

Stop playing the victim card. As women we love to be appreciated for everything we do – we need to steer clear from this narcissism. The only person who you need adulation or approval from is your own self. Love yourself and do what you love to do. This has been my mantra throughout. I don’t waste my time with people or individuals who suck out my positivity. “Ugta rog aur ugta dushman – wahi pe kaato” – this is what my mom taught me, this has worked always. There is nothing like a professional life and work life. Life is just…life !! Prioritize, compartmentalize and deliver timely results is what I would like to convey. Make time for everything that you think is important – that way you will always love what you do.

I know that when people read this, they may turn back and say “Bolna aasaan hai”. My reply to them is, “Pehle karke dekho, phir bolo. We are women, the stronger gene and if we decide, we can move mountains.” – Mayura Amarkant


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And with this interview, we have come to an end of this powerful series of “15 Ambitious Women”. We thoroughly enjoyed, learned and explored every field from all genres and it gives us great pleasure to say that these women are marking their presence everywhere very strongly. May the tribe grow!!

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Respect yourself first and the world will respect you – Mamatha Shetty

Mamatha Shetty

Mamatha Shetty

Please tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do? 

I am like a firebird who like to quench her thirst by learning and imparting what I learned, I am a teacher, counsellor, soft skilled trainer, and spiritually connected , I am a tarot reader, handwriting analyst, drawing analyst, angel card reader,  crystal healer, vastu consultant and worked in corporates for 14 years in sales and marketing exposed to retail, brands, like Havel’s, united color Benetton, lovable, Kotak life insurance, max new York, Aviva etc.

I own a preschool where I live a new day every moment with little stars. To see them happy makes me complete.

What was the idea behind your own setup and why you thought to start it?

I always wanted to do something on my own so when I got connected to the realm of spirituality, I wanted to impart my knowledge with all the people around me, they say the biggest teacher is the universe which makes you learn all the lesson.

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you? 

I believe in every moment I live in and do something which makes me feel happy that what is the success to me. If I can touch and help to change one life then that is growth to me. So success to me is a smile on my face when I see my children. I grow with every smile of them. To me, Mantra for success brings a smile on other faces and you will get stronger and that’s your victory.

You have been an inspiration to many who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

As I said early if I change one life I take this opportunity to thanks all my guru’s who have been milestones in my life. I have wonderful in-laws who have been always great help, my friend without them I am always incomplete, my children, my colleagues, my teacher, they all our my guru who taught me how to deal with all situation and above my husband without him I didn’t think I would come so far so thank you all for being my mentor in my life.

So Mamatha, what is that one decision of your life which changed you?

There are many decisions that changed me. I feel every situation is the biggest teacher who changes you constantly.

If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

“Mamatha’ Mother’s love what my name says so I love life and I love all people who are in my life.

Mamatha Shetty

Mamatha Shetty

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

Oh it’s a wow feeling to be selected as one of the 15 Ambitious Women, I am privileged to get this platform word can’t express and above all I like to thank” Shalu” for the love, affection, compassion, and drive she has for the people around her “big hug, big thank you to her” stay blessed.

Do you agree that there is too much competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction? 

“Competition makes you confident it lets you know your true potential so in life you need competition, I feel when you are satisfied you are successful ,so an end of the day the calmness and smiles matter most to me .

Share the most inspiring story/incident, you have witnessed yourself.

For me, the beautiful story or inspiration is my preschooler children who inspire me not to give up in life, learn every day, love unconditional and don’t differentiate among people around you. I get inspired by them and above all, they teach or inspire to be innocent which adulthood has taken away.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

There are no shortcuts in life as a woman you are the mother, teacher, life coach, cook, nurturer, friend, wife, sister all in one package but don’t forget to be you . Be yourself, love yourself, earn money, make your identity ,respect yourself ,respect work . Even if you are a homemaker, respect yourself first and then the world will respect you. The world will be yours if you love yourself.

Another inspiring story comes to an end. If you wish to connect with Mamatha for any help related to tarot reading or handwriting, drawing or crystal/vastu consultancy, then please visit her profile, Mamatha Shetty We wish our ambitious women the very best in all her endeavors.


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If you want a mentor,look around you – Shraddha Jain

Shraddha Jain

Shraddha Jain Founder – Labeled Kids

Please tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do? 

An overwhelmed mother to a 3-year-old little boy, who knows first-hand how to negotiate to raise an incredible man whilst running a successful practice and business.
My venture, “Labeled” a fashion-forward multi-brand clothing group, for kids, was started when my boy was about 2 yrs old as a way for me to relax and kind of wind down from the stresses of being a new mom. I never imagined I would actually be starting a business that would allow me to have three full-time personnel in less than a year. I have a Master’ s Degree in Law from University of London and have been working in the corporate world since I graduated in 2006 from Symbiosis Society Law College, Pune. I always knew I wanted to have my own company and now I have found my passion and success with Labeled. Labeled offers great value, high quality, and stylish kids clothing for babies & kids with a fabulous range for daily wear or special occasions. Discover the finest kids fashion from a world-renowned edit of brands at lowest prices.

Labeled Kids

Labeled Kids

What was the idea behind your venture/association /startup and why you thought to start it?

I’m a corporate lawyer by profession, however, Motherhood brought a modification of interest. My never-ending hunt to find bonny clothing for my newborn helped me substantiate the struggle new parents go through while shopping for their loved one. Labeled, Kids Clothing was born with an intent to bring an end to a parent’s search for premium quality fabrics and voguish styles for their munchkin at pocket-friendly prices. We are adding sparkle to Children’s wardrobes since June 2017.

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you? 

Growth can be distinct to different people. I am referring to the kind of growth that nurtures you, breeds a team and develops an organization. It cultivates a wealth that is far more sustaining than money alone. In my opinion, the single best reason to expand is to give others the opportunity to gain and flourish. So if one wants more opportunity for oneself and employees, they need to grow.

Your journey is inspiring. Who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

If you want a mentor, look around. That person may be closer than you think. I have had many mentors who crafted the person I am today.

My dad taught me the importance of Family while my mother helped me find my voice and be comfortable being myself. I am indebted to my spiritual coaches who advanced my soul for good. I learned the fine art of writing & drafting from my then mentor and Professor at the University of London, who gave me the opportunity to be the Assistant Editor of a prestigious Law Magazine. But when it comes to a business mentor, there’s been no one better than my husband and partner Sachin Jain.
A good mentor is a guide, encourager, strategist, supporter, to summarise, an exemplary person you want to emulate, and Sachin is all that. In the last five years of togetherness, he has displayed strongly that one can succeed on their own if they have the willingness and courage. I have learned from him resourcefulness, the art of balancing, strength, versatility and staying curious. His golden words, “Growth Requires Perseverance”, indeed has been my driving force.

So, Shradha, what is that one incident/decision of your life, which changed you?

Life is best designated as unpredictable. With so many highs and lows, each experience leaves us wiser than before. But, there are some exhilarating incidents that alter the very core of our faith and beliefs. The moment I gave birth, I knew that my life would change, but I didn’t realize in what ways. My outlook on life changed wildly for the better. I learned to work hard to conquer my weaknesses and gave my 100%. Motherhood presented the prospects to experience, that we learn the most when we move out of our comfort zone. Now I could gather the courage to get out and do things that I was scared of doing. Consequently, I discovered my true potential and cherished the skills that a woman naturally acquires in the act of being a mom. I learned that entrepreneurial traits like multitasking, prioritizing, risk analysis, are inherent in moms.

If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

A compulsive writer, an avid reader, vegan enthusiast, a legal professional turned into a toddler wrangler.

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

I recently read an article that quoted fashion designer Tory Burch “ I believe in rebranding how women with ambition are perceived so that more women-owned businesses can thrive”.


Highlighting 15 ambitious women and embracing their ambitions, is an incredible initiative by Mommies World For U & Me. Women supporting other women is key to more women succeeding in business.


While I feel privileged to have the opportunity to vocalize my strengths and promote my accomplishments, I hope to help other women along the way.

I have material goals and like everyone else I work hard on achieving them, however, my priority is to work on myself without excuse, directing my thoughts on learning how to control myself better, manage my emotions, love to the fullest and be kinder.

Do you agree that there is too much competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction? 

Well, there are two kinds of people, those who do the work and those who take the credit. I really try to be in the first group since there is less competition there.  On a serious note though, like many have said before, the biggest challenge in a race or competition is yourself. I have often found myself racing against time or always competing against preconceived ideas. So frankly it’s not really my competitor that I generally worry about. Eventually, the victory in the competition, is the product of inner satisfaction that is achieved by knowing that you have done your best and that you have accomplished the most out of what you had to give. As rightly said by Mahatma Gandhi, “Satisfaction truly lies in the effort, not in the attainment, full effort is full victory”, and I abide by it.

Share the most inspiring story/incident, you have witnessed yourself.

I have seen my parents struggle and work hard to provide the unsurpassed to us even though they bargained on their comforts.

While their efforts are worth describing, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce a phenomenal man who I met five years back. Smartly dressed in a blue shirt, and freshly pressed blue chinos, the handsomely tall boy took the lead to open the door for me and my mother.

Ever since he has amazed me with the determination and poise he welcomes each challenge, life throws at him. I was always quacking and complaining, but once I started observing his attitude about taking the toughest days in his stride, I decided to change my attitude and become an eagle to soar high.

No matter how much the world tried to hold him back, he always continued with the belief that what you want to achieve is possible. He inspired me to believe that, Trusting that you can become successful is the most important step in actually achieving it. He displays with live examples each day that our struggles in life develop our strengths.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

It is quite an established fact that running a business while raising a family isn’t easy. There is nothing harder than trying to find enough time for both work and family life. I have realized that embracing and learning from my failures is an important aspect of both business and parenthood. I reconcile with failure on a day-to-day basis. When splitting time between being a mom and an entrepreneur, there is always this discomfort of, being at work when I should be with my kid, and when I’m with my kid I should be in the office. It’s a vicious cycle that infuses quite perfectly to feelings of failure and inadequacy. Sorry to pull the curtain completely back, but I have breastfed my boy during more than my fair share of customer assistance calls! And although I was never probed to explain the suckling noise on my end of the line, it was one of the many situations where I realized that being a “mom-entrepreneur” is not always as splendid as I hoped it would be! It’s often chaotic and unpredictable, but accepting the bewilderment of life as a mother and business owner is an important part of being a success.

Another journey and another inspiring story shared with us and we couldn’t be happier to see this mommie going strong every day. Challenges are in everyone’s life but who deals it with gracefully, is the real way of living life. Shraddha we wish you all the very best and loads of luck to your second baby “Labeled”. 

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Family and kids are strength, don’t let them become your weakness- Surabhi Jain

Surabhi- Nutriwell

Surabhi Jain Founder – Nutriwell India

Hello Surabhi, Please tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do? 

Hi, Professionally, I am a nutritionist. Even though I initially acquired a degree in dentistry, I have always had a great interest in reading about nutrition and its latest trends. Nutrition research was always my favorite pastime. People found it strange that I was interested in a whole other field than the one I was formally educated in. So then I decided to formally educate myself and did a Post Graduate Diploma in ‘Public Health Nutrition’ and an M.Sc. in ‘Clinical Nutrition and Food Service Management’. I later went on to do an M.B.A in ‘Health Care’ to understand the management aspect better. And that’s how my passion for nutrition led me to become a nutritionist. I have my own nutrition and lifestyle management consultancy that goes by the name ‘Nutriwell India’. Today, Nutriwell has successfully completed over 12 years in the healthcare industry and has happy clients spread all over the world!
Our company Aadavi Health Care Pvt. Ltd. has Nutraceuticals range of products for weight management & other medical disorders. Last year we launched our ‘Superfood Range’ which offers 100% natural, herbal and organic food products. Personally, I enjoy the pleasure of being a mother to two angels.

What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to
start it?

Nutrition research has been my favorite past time. I strongly believe that 90% percent of all medical disorders can be treated at right time with proper Nutrition and Diet. Even cancer is related to bad food habits and unhealthy lifestyle. The major causes of death, illness, and disability in which diet and nutrition play an important role include coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, atherosclerosis, obesity, some forms of cancer, Type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, dental caries, gallbladder disease, dementia and nutritional anemias.  Preventive care is the most neglected medical science in India. So I wanted to make people healthy and motivate them to realize their own health Goals.

From the first day in my clinic, I was sure that this is the place where I wanted to be. My existence felt complete in a strange way. If you your job is your passion then it will never look like a Job. I enjoy immensely what I do. After some years in my practice, I strongly felt the need to have natural, Authentic, safe herbs which can help in keeping the body healthy. So after experience from my clinical practice and research, we launched our own range of compositions for Diabetes, Hypertension, PCOS and weight management. My dream is to provide Quality, Economical Healthcare to everyone. We have more than 20000 satisfied clients who joined our program to manage their health conditions.

We also offer our services via an online portal and mobile application along with personal consultations. Nutriwell India also has its own range of herbal supplements and superfoods for healthy eating and weight management.

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

I think the ‘mantra’ lies inconsistent and sincere effort and love for your work. I am of the belief that when you follow your passion, you end up being the best in the field. My consultancy was never a job for me rather it was a passion that I wanted to follow from my heart. I started as a single person but now I have a wonderful team by my side. And I think that it is necessary to believe in yourself and your work. That’s how you can make others believe in your work too. I find growth very important too. Not just from a professional but a personal point of view too. Your personal growth will help you to grow professionally and vice versa.

This is commendable, after acquiring your degree in dentistry you studied nutrition as well. We call it inspiration indeed, whose name comes in your mind as your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

I don’t think there’s just one person that can be named here. So many wonderful people supported and mentored me throughout my journey. I learned a lot from my doctor parents regarding sincerity and their zeal to help mankind. Health service sector is different and working in this sector gets difficult as you are dealing with the health of people. We learn every day and in this process, my siblings helped me a lot. My husband too has deep insight into the public health field. So his guidance too is pretty valuable to me.

So, Surabhi, what is that one incident/decision of your life, which changed you?

It was when I was working with Family Health International, a dream position for any Public Health nutrition professional. I went to a World Woman Congress in Delhi; there I met many women who were married with kids and ran successful businesses. I can say that the incident motivated me to take the risk, come out from the comfort zone and promote my own venture.


Those two days taught me that family and kids are your strength and never make them your weakness.


If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

I would say that I am a woman who enjoys being a workaholic along with being a doting mother to my kids.

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

I think it is an honor that I am selected. Being featured with 14 other amazing and wonderful women on a platform like Mommies World For U & Me is a privilege in itself. The vision of seeing ‘Nutriwell’ keep on growing and serving the purpose that it was created with is the ambition which keeps the fire inside me alive. That and also the happy faces of our clients all around. I aim to keep those smiles intact.

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Nutriwell was also recently awarded for ‘Excellence in Health Care’ by the World Health Leadership Congress in 2016 and also Femina SUPERWOMEN ACHIEVER 2016-17.  I am also involved in the female show “SANGINI” and “MERI SAHELI” on ETV channel. It felt good when we got nominated for our hard work for “Excellence in Healthcare” by FICCI FLO. One of my proud moments was when I was chosen among the few women entrepreneurs in ‘WE CAN’ Program by Cherrie Blair foundation and the US Embassy with DRITI.

I have been recognized for my contribution to health care by CWF and Leading Media Group ‘Hindustan Times’. I was also awarded the prestigious ‘Shining Star’17’ Title from Women in work and Barclay’s ‘Most promising Diet Consultancy’ supported by UNFPA. Being the Chairperson for ‘Women Entrepreneurship’ with ALL (All India league) and Indian Woman Economic Forum gives me the opportunity to serve humanity.  I was also presented the award ‘Exceptional Woman of Excellence’ on 27th April 2018. It is also these little things that keep me motivated and makes me strive to chase even more such goals.

Do you agree that there is too much competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

Yes, I agree that there is a lot of competition around. But then again, competition is inevitable. It is bound to be there. I believe that victory and satisfaction are interrelated. The victory gives you satisfaction and satisfaction, in turn, helps you to perform better. However, at the end of the day, nothing beats the feeling of being satisfied with yourself, your work and seeing the people around you satisfied too. I guess that’s one victory in itself!

Share the most inspiring story/incident, you have witnessed yourself.

There are many incidents which inspire us to do better, but if I had to choose one I would say that as a medical professional nothing is more satisfying than a content patient. When someone controls their diabetes and moves towards a healthy lifestyle we feel professional satisfaction. When some weight loss patient reduces weight and feels healthy we also share the joy of leading a healthy lifestyle. The medical profession is difficult but I will say the joy of helping someone to achieve their health goals is something that cannot be compared with anything.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

Managing personal and professional life is very important. I feel lucky to say that my husband is my biggest strength, so things are very easy when your partner understands and supports you. I believe in spending quality time with my family. I have kept my main office near to my residence and I try to be as involved as I can in my kids’ day to day activities. As my kids are growing I think communication is very important. So I make sure that at least one hour a day we JUST TALK. And we don’t have a television in our home. I think it helps my kids to enjoy physical activities more and have a better bonding with each other.

An interesting interview has come to an end and gave us wonderful insights on nutrition and health. If any of our readers are willing to contact our today’s featured ambition woman, can connect her through below links.

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My dad has been beacon of light – Ami Mehta

Ami Mehta

Ami Mehta Founder – Rising Energie

Hi Ami, Tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do?

I am Ami Mehta, an entrepreneur who has recently opened an interior designing hub, named “Rising Energie”. I had completed my graduation in Bcom followed by an interior designing course at Rachna Sansad Design Institute at Dadar. Soon after that, I interned with Reza Kabul Architects and Zarine Khan which helped me expand my ideas and grow as a designer. I am an interior designer to the outside world and a very calm being at home.  At Rising Energie along with a team of Architects, Interior designers, product designers, we have delivered many conceptual projects in the world of residential private homes, commercial offices and modular kitchens for various leading real estate companies and families.

What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to start it?

As a kid, I was always fond of doing something in the creative field. Visiting my dad’s real estate office always intrigued me and sharpened my curiosity which led me to start something of my own in interior designing.

Working with interior designers and architects helped me understand how to start my own venture.

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

My mantra to success is very simple, just do your best and work hard. One must be compassionate about their work only then can one achieve success and growth. Growth is very important, as that is the way one can judge how well is one doing. This itself helps you retrospect your actions. It is indeed important to learn from your past experiences and work for the betterment.

This is indeed inspiring, who has been your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

I am a Daddy’s girl. My Dad has been my strong support system and mentor who has been the beacon of light in the dark phases of my life and taught me how to overcome hurdles and balance life and work. He has been the sole force who has pushed me to do my best and make my dreams come true.

So,  what is that one incident of your life, which changed you?

There is no one such incident which has changed my life but instead many, as multiple experiences in the past have helped me learn from my mistakes and help me grow professionally and personally into a strong being.

If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

Wow, Isn’t one line to describe me too short? Hahaha just kidding. I would describe myself as that bubbly independent woman who believes that everything can be done if it’s backed with passion and determination.

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

I feel really honored and blessed to be selected. I am excited to meet more women entrepreneurs who are bright supermoms. That one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in me is to make sure to help turn people’s dream homes into reality. The adrenaline which one gets to see the satisfactory smile on the customer’s face is what gives me the confidence to continue further with similar projects.

Do you agree that there is too much competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

Yes, of course, there is too much competition around. And this indeed is a healthy competition as it keeps me motivated to do better and create better workpieces. At the end of the day, it is the satisfaction that matters which one sees on the client’s face when their dream homes and commercial spaces come true.

Share the most inspiring incident, you have witnessed yourself.

There isn’t any particular incident which helps me be inspired but yes the bits and pieces of every experience have taught me how to be a better person.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

I wouldn’t deny that managing your personal and professional life is not taxing, but over time one learns how to balance their lives. This has a lot to do with the time management skills which helps me keep myself fresh when at work and at home while spending time with family.

It was good knowing Ami Mehta with her aspiring dream and impressive journey, we wish her the best for all future endeavors and look forward to seeing her complete more projects.

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My Mission, I want to approach every child and parent – Avani Pithadia

Avani Pithadia

Avani Pithaida Founder – Avani’s Handwriting Classes

Hello Avani, Please tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do? 

Hello, I Founded Avani’s Writing Classes in 2008 and today it has grown into a big family of Teachers, Parents, and Children all over Mumbai and even in Germany. I am providing Handwriting Improvement courses with almost 100% success ratio. With the team of 5, all are mothers helping each child in improving focus and legibility in their handwriting bringing more confidence to face any challenges positively. Our parents are our great supporters. I am in love with my work and the innocent lives, I am blessed with around me. I am also associated with Shaping India LLP and we provide life skills and values training in schools which helps children know their motive of life, value humanity and make them a strong human being who will be ready to face any or all challenges of living independently.

What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to start it?


I saw my son was badly struggling with completing his writing work and handwriting legibility at school at a very tender age.


Avani Pithadia with her family

Avani Pithadia with her family

I saw my son was badly struggling with completing his writing work and handwriting legibility at school at a very tender age. I could not see him in pressure but could not take the teacher’s complaints and ignorance towards the weak children in the class, making him sit on the last bench or punishing to stand out of class for writing slow or incomplete work. Soon my son started losing his interest in his studies and school. Many times as parents we assume that our child is lazy or naughty and fail to help them due to our lack of knowledge in that particular area. And this makes our child lose their confidence and become more ignorant towards their work and responsibilities.

Remember if we will not believe in our children they will never be able to believe in themselves.

The day I understood this with the blessings of my divine master in one of his session where he talked about child psychology and duties of Mother and Teacher, followed by meditation sessions to look into self and find the answers of problems from within you, I was blessed with the new insight, the new vision, hope, and confidence. With the great support, help, and guidance of my husband in research and development of handwriting improvement course, I started trying the techniques on my son and it started making wonders in his growth. That day my heart said there are many children around who must be in need of some guidance, love, and care to overcome the struggling of handwriting quality and writing work. I wanted to approach every child and parent facing this problem. *I started a mission of helping children to reach their own potential.

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

My Mantra to success is very very simple. Be humble and spread the love. There is nothing great than loving selflessly. This is what my little kids teach me daily. According to me, growth is nothing that you can see, earn or gain. It is natural and my daily dose of purity is my growth. And so it is very very important to me that I learn something daily from little lives I m blessed with.

You are inspiring a lot of mothers but who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

I believe we don’t need to wait or find the opportunity. We have the power to create opportunities out of every situations and challenge we have in our own lives. And if we start creating opportunities out of it you will see facing life will no more be a pain but it would be a great learning, joy and blessed. We have the power to turn negatives into positive and our challenges are our best inspirations.

I am on a noble mission to beautify, redefine, reinvent, redevelop the best version of your handwriting…Are you with me?

My mentor and force behind my dreams are the innocent lives I am gifted with around me.

So, Avani, what is that one incident of your life, which changed you?

Being on the feet of my divine master and trusting him completely and always live his blessings is the only important incident of my life which changed me completely. Love for kids developed from the spiritual school of my Divine master where he gave me the opportunity to become a didi and his training in understanding child psychology made me what I am today. It was his one teaching that, Love flows from your eyes” brought so much selfless love inside me which keeps flowing for all the kids I see and meet.

Commendable, I must say Avani. If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

I would say I am Altruistic, vibrant, ambitious, noble and Idealistic

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

Shalu, I must tell you I felt so proud and dignified especially when it was from you. MW was my first platform for social media from where I have learned a lot every day. I know you as a successful mom, loving daughter, and a great woman entrepreneur. So many qualities in one woman, you are a powerbomb of positive attitude and your cheerful smile and loving personality are truly inspiring too.

In next 5years I have the vision to train more and more mothers and teachers in the area of Handwriting improvement so that we all can stand together helping each innocent life around us growing more stronger, better as I strongly believe that “Your handwriting defines you more than your thumbprint. 

Thank you, Avani for your kind appreciation. Moving on, do you agree that there is too much competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

According to me, my satisfaction is my victory. I don’t have a separate definition for victory.

My work has been awarded & recognized by
Hastakshar’s Brand Ambassador- Handwriting Improvement Expert
Street Astitva Award – Woman of Substance

My awards are the divine blessings of my master and my parents and the great support and belief of my husband in me.

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Any inspiring story or incident, you have witnessed yourself.

The most inspiring incident, if I can recollect of anything in whole life is my mother’s dedication and love towards herself, her family towards me and my sister and the way she leads her life and our upbringing being a single parent, I am sure it must be so tough for her. She is an amazing person and all of her life is the most inspiring incident I have witnessed.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

Yes, Shalu, very thoughtful question it is according to me. I believe in working with hands for all non-productive work but at the same time family in heart and work in mind. When all goes simultaneously you miss out on nothing. I am practicing this and find a great success in handling and balancing personal and professional life nicely. Making notes and time management are the keys to manage it better. Love yourself and you are first responsible for your health and hygiene and so everything else falls place, of course, needs to prioritize.

You can check testimonials and their work on below links

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/avaniswritingclasses/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/avaniswritingclasses/

Shaping India LLP: http://www.shapingindia.com

We are super glad to feature such inspiring stories from the different genre every time and these women give us hope and restore our faith that our coming generation is in safe hands. We wish the best to Avani Pithadia for her all future endeavors and look forward to seeing her dream come true.

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The journey from Kutch to Mumbai – Palak Chauhan Rathore

Palak Chauhan Rathore

Palak Chauhan Rathore Founder- Prijay Collections

Hello Palak, Please tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do?

Hello Shalu, to start with, I was always very friendly from my childhood. When it came to my career I could not relate myself better than Sales & Marketing. After my Graduation, I did my diploma in travel. After working in a corporate industry for 9 years I decided to study and completed my MBA in marketing. After becoming a mother, I took a break from my corporate career and became a full-time mommy which gave me time to think about my interests & passion.

Every year when we used to travel to my hometown Kutch ( Gujarat ) I used to be in awe of the tribal communities, their culture & heritage. I was always intrusive of their Village life, sustainabilities and how embroidery was an integral part of their lives.

I work to empower and build up a platform for this particular handcrafted art form. I am using the power of social media to bring a new perspective to the people who are looking for handcrafted embroideries.

What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to start it?

On one of my visits to Rann of Kutch, I found out more about this art while interacting with the locals. I had the fortune of witnessing a beautiful array of handcrafted embroidery samples spanning years of work done by a very talented & generous lady Rupi ben. Offering a glimpse of her personal samples & sharing folklore of numerous tribes that practice embroidery in Kutch Rupi ben described how each tribal community retains their unique identity & the style of embroidery. I learnt there are at least 16 distinct styles of traditional Kutchi embroidery practice by 9 different tribal communities. Each style has its own lexicon of stitches & motifs are deeply connected to the environment, livelihood, cultural patterns & natural world specific to the community it belongs to. The creativity, talent & humility of artisans never fail to leave one in ecstasy. Their hard work, patience & their sense of attachment to what they create is so inspiring for creative professionals. Unfortunately increasing globalization & the daily struggle for survival led to the neglect of many of these crafts. My efforts are directed to market these designs & have the vision to save this fading craft. The thought to bring this work in front of the world gave birth to “Prijay Collection”

What is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

I believe discipline is my mantra to success. It is very important to be disciplined enough to stick to your dreams only then one can focus & implement.

You and your work can be an inspiration to many, who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

My father Mr.Mahendra Chauhan is my ultimate mentor. From the day one, he has always been there to support me & guide me. At the age of 65, he started a new business unit and managing that almost single-handedly he inspires me every day. His day starts at 3:30 AM and spent almost 2 hours staying fit. He strategically plans his day & follows his to-do list every day. Now you know where I learnt my entrepreneurial skills. haha! (though am still learning).

So, Palak, what is that one incident/decision of your life, which changed you?

Becoming a mother changed me completely. My son Jayditya (4 years) inspires me to be a better person and a better mother every day. I believe that lives are having different meanings when we live for others and do every bit to contribute our lives.

If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

Palak showcasing her work at event.

Love Life. Be passionate about your dreams and chase them.

Palak showcasing her work at an event.

Palak Chauhan Rathore

My efforts are directed to market these designs & have the vision to save this fading craft. – Palak Chauhan Rathore

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

It was an emotional experience to relive each moment & struggle in my life. Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity. I was lucky enough to have met you Shalu & experience your complete bliss. MW is the only platform where I got to showcase my work & share my story. The spirit of this group is amazing.

Do you agree that there is too much of competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

It depends on how we define victory and that explains what we aim at. My ultimate victory lying in knowing that I have given my 100%. It will be my victory when I will be satisfied with my efforts. Both are equally important to me.

Share the most inspiring story/incident, you have witnessed yourself.

I fondly remember how much father generously funded Prijay & helped me understand the nuances of the business when I started. I can’t forget how my husband Priyesh has helped me in conceptualizing my ideas, he even does today. I value the intriguing designing inputs given by my sister, Manisha, my best sellers are always designed by her. I love the way how my mother & my mother in law contributed to making some of the apparels custom fit when I needed a tailor last minute for a client. I am grateful to my Masiji Daksha ben who helped me in understanding the habitat of tribals of Kutch & helped me know more about them. She adds valuable inputs each day.


I am thankful to all my friends whose love & unabashed support helped me reach where I am today. I am blessed to experience so much inspiration from people around me.


Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

While we are passionate about our dreams, spend hours to make a schedule to prioritize & perform. Work very hard to focus & attain our desired jobs for the day.

I never forget to follow below schedule and will give the same, as a tip to my readers as well.

1. Walk for 30 minutes every day & while walking I smile. It helps to feel grateful for all I have & have a feeling of oneness.

2. I Pray & try to meditate almost every day. They are daily fuel for my busy lives.

3. I try not to have negative thoughts about things I can’t control. Invest my energy in positive present moments.

4. I take a moment to appreciate others & the world around me. By appreciating others I not only make the other person feel valued but it enriches my life as well because I have helped someone to feel better.

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Seeing my baby sleeping peacefully makes me a “Happy Mom”

My Child can breathe again and sleep peacefully!

Parenthood comes with lot many challenges and to get things right, we have to follow some old wives tales and follow-up with experts as well. Whenever the weather changes, there are some mandatory problems every parent face, one of them is the bad cold. Yes! It feels as if we can’t breathe, looking at our child’s blocked nose.

Now monsoon has arrived and with all that pitter patter raindrops, enters sickness as well in our house.

We adults can somehow manage it but after looking at my little one, two weeks ago I couldn’t sleep peacefully. his blocked nose, uneasiness in breathing, trouble in eating and drinking everything and on top of it, his irritation. My child is 4 years and can’t blow or clean his nose and hence I had to do something. 

Old Wives Tales

Old wives tales suggest to avoid dairy products but for infants and toddlers, it is next to impossible as majorly intake comes in form of dairy products like warm milk mixed in turmeric. Also to give them hot chicken soup which will help them to get their nose cleared. Well, nothing such sorts were proved anytime nor any scientific reasons except everyone kept following it. Today we just can’t sit idle and let our child cry and uncomfortable through the day and night and that’s when Nasivision came for my rescue.

Nasivion® 0,01 % nasal drops for infants up to 1 year of age brings just what is needed to blocked noses: a fast-acting decongestant. Yet, the sensitive nasal passages of babies need well-tolerable rhinitis treatment, not just a fast solution.

Just to share with you all, I found it good because the doses are clearly mentioned on products as well as suggested by paediatricians, to avoid any hurdle.

Nasivion kids/babies range: 

1) Nasivion Mini (Baby) Nose Drops – 0.01% 
2) Nasivion Pediatric (Child) Nose Drops –  0.025%

Make sure to consult your paediatrician before using this product or any other product/medicine. I believe that every child is different and their immunity and responding level to every treatment hence it is recommended to speak to your paediatrician first and then proceed for further treatment.

After using it for one day (Thrice), I could see good results. My child was responding to everything in a much better way. He tried sleeping, though the congestion and blocked nose was still troubling him he showed good results. I found it safe and felt like sharing with among my friends who face such trouble as and when the weather changes.

I have been doing few home remedies as well for my child which have been helpful too but as we all know home remedies are rarely accepted by our toddlers and yes it takes time too. So while trying our home remedies, Nasivision helped him to come back to his naughtiness. End of the day, it is always parents call, which product to use as they are the better judge for their lovely munchkins.

https://www.nasivion.com/en_IN/home/kids-babies.html

For every mommy, it is important to see their baby sleeping calmly and peacefully and that’s what I felt once his cold was gone- Happy Mom.

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Disclaimer: The above article is penned by Shalu RV and it is not sponsored or recommended product. In our busy lives, we get a lot many options and suggestions for our children’s sickness and in all this, a child has to wait, until he/she recovers, The post is to narrow down your search. This is a suggestion post by a mommy who has tried and found the product good.

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One incident which pushed me to work for society- Poonam Lama

 

Poonam Lama

Poonam Lama Chhetri Insurance Services

Please tell us something about yourself and what exactly you do?

I am married to a Marine Engineer Sudeep Lama since 25yrs and blessed with a daughter Dechhen lama who is a Dental student and a fitness instructor. I live in Navi Mumbai in a joint family. I am an MMS post graduate with specialization in Marketing, I am involved in the family business of Life insurance, health insurance and General insurance.

Professionally, My Firm “Chhetri Insurance Services” provides One stop solution for all financial goals. I am one of the 3 Directors and we take care of all insurance needs – a permanent security and protection for the family as well as the corporate.
I am a member of the Rotary club, Innerwheel club, Bharatiya Gorkha Ekta Sangh and Sunakhari Mahila Samaj and one of the trustees of ” Run with Roshni” NGO for underprivileged runners from North East.

What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to
start it?

I have seen my colleagues struggle to pay college fees for their children, I have seen retired people suffer financially, and all happens due to no proper planning or no planning at all. I have seen families suffer due to sudden and unexpected death of the breadwinner. I decided to give back to the community with a sole motive of bringing awareness of insurance and its benefits to families so that the economic condition of the family is maintained throughout even in case of crisis or untoward happening.

Not many people think the way you have summed in words Poonam, so what is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

The Mantra to Success is Dedication, Integrity and transparency. A team of well-trained staff and a full-fledged corporate office helps us to give proper service to our clients which ensures credibility and promptness in business. Growth is an important factor in our business. The growth we believe is a product of planning and discipline.

You literally inspire people from your work, who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

The pioneer of Chhetri Insurance Services is my Father. Mr.Chhatra B Chhetri is my Mentor and guide. His dedication towards his intention of giving financial stability to his clients inspires me. He started with few families in the beginning. Now we have reached up to more than 5000 policyholders and servicing more than 30000 policies.

So, Poonam, do you remember any incident/decision of your life, which changed you?

I have witnessed a death of a young Engineer in my telecom company while working as a Regional Manager Western Region.

He was the only son and breadwinner of the family. He died due to a fall from Mobile tower. He was not insured so the family did not get a penny from Insurance company for Personal accident Compensation was given by my Telecom company.

This incident influenced my decision to quit my job and join my father Mr.Chattra .B.Chhetri as a Director of Company “Chhetri Insurance Services” and educate people about the uncertainties about life and how we can protect it against any eventuality thereby giving a financial support to the family.

If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

I am looked upon as” one point solution for all type of Financial security who is soft-spoken, compassionate, gentle yet firm, meticulous with a winning smile, open to challenges, a fighter, love to make friends, always eager to lend a helping hand to needy thereby building better communities.

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How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U
& Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

It feels the honour to be selected amongst the 15 ambitious women at Mommies world for U and Me. I want to be one of the topmost advisors in the world. Share the platform at the annual convention at MDRT inspiring thousands of Mommies in the world who are struggling in their personal and professional life.

Do you agree that there is too much of competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

Healthy competition is always desirable as it brings out the best in you. There is definitely competition for people competing with others. But each individual has their own identity- their own strengths and weaknesses. Consistent Performance is the key factor in any business. It helps us rediscover what we are capable of and how much we can do- much more than we once believed we are capable of satisfaction that “ We did better today then what we did yesterday is the key factor to keep the business rolling.

Share the most inspiring story/incident, you have witnessed yourself.

It was Monday, the beginning of the week. Two men entered my office. Father and Son. Son wanted to take insurance as he had just joined a company. They gave one month’s premium and we started the process. The first Premium receipt was handed over to them. 15 days later we were informed by the policy holder’s father that his son met with an accident in Nerul near London Pilsner and he passed away. It was an early death as he had paid only one month’s premium. Immediately we started the process of claim settlement and got a cheque from LIC for double accident benefit.

Poonam Lama

I am one of the 3 Directors and we take care of all insurance needs – a permanent security and protection for the family as well as the corporate. – Poonam Lama

Today I feel very proud to say that I belong to an industry where our clients do not hire us to make them rich but they hire us to make sure that they will never be poor.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers?

Since I am in an industry where my relatives and my friends are my clients it becomes easy for me to manage my personal and professional life. I have changed my vocation into a vacation. I am very passionate about my profession. Discipline is the door between goals and achievements. Time management begins with planning. It helps a person to be more sorted out rather than dealing with surprises throughout the day. Give time to health as well as Proper Financial planning – It gives confidence and courage, be independent now. Live happily. Plan for your rainy day, Save regularly, invest wisely.

A wonderful interview session comes to an end and inspires us to do more and to think in the correct way for our decisions. We wish all the very best to Poonam Lama for her all future endeavours.

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My right decisions were my stepping stones- Kriti Sharma

Kriti Sharma

Kriti Sharma Founder – Stories For Kids

Hey Kriti, Well, I know you personally since long now, It’s time for our readers to know about you, so share something about your professional and personal life.

Well, I would start by summing it all up. I am a mother of a 3-year-old princess and I am a storyteller. I run around winning those wonderful smiles with my stories. I am an educator too and everything I do leads me towards making small changes in the world around us.

I teach children the power to use their thoughts through stories. Every single person on this planet is making their own reality. They are changing their thoughts into things on a daily basis but they are unaware of it.

I teach children how to consciously turn their thoughts into things. Apart from this, I am a writer and a blogger too. The same tips and tricks which I teach children in my seminars and story sessions, I write them in my blog too. You are welcome anytime to read and share your opinions with me.

Definitely, we are sharing your links at the end of this article with everyone and we would love to read. Well, What was the idea behind your venture and why you thought to start it?

The idea behind my venture is to improve the system of education. The way children are taught in schools these days is not making them any better than machines. They know how to memorize, mimic and follow orders. They have turned their desire to learn outwards while they don’t even know the reality of their own self. My motto is to make children aware of their own capabilities. If a child becomes the best of what he can be, there would be nothing which could even pause his success. My motto is to turn them inwards and to develop the higher capabilities of their minds.  So that they can be better and best at whatever they chose to do.
Kriti Sharma with kids after the workshop

Kriti Sharma with kids after the workshop

This is amazing, so what is your “Mantra” to success and how important is “Growth” for you?

There is no mantra to success. Everyone has their own way to define success, let alone it’s mantra. To me every day, every second of the day is a success. Life is a success in itself and the mantra to be successful is to give your 100 percent to what you are doing in the now. That’s it. Be it anything. And for me, growth is about moving constantly. One step at a time, Even the tiniest step counts. That’s growth.

You are inspiring little kids, their parents and who not? Tell us, who is your mentor and what is the force behind your dreams?

I can’t be a mentor as I myself am a learner. People can take inspiration from me and I thank them from the bottom of my heart. The force which drives me to continue my work is a chance. The chance to pass on the treasure of knowledge I have somehow stumbled upon. I am pleased to share and if you apply, you will share too.
My inspiration lies in many people around me. My mother, my daughter and my better half are the three biggest strengths behind whoever I am.

Can you share any incident or decision in your life, which changed you?

There are many incidents which change a person. Every mistake I made was a lesson and every right decision I took was a stepping stone. However, there are two incidents in particular which mark my journey. One is meeting this powerhouse of a woman Shalu R Varadkar who inspired me to share the knowledge I have with others. Till date whenever I feel like I am going down with my enthusiasm, she ignites the fire and has me rising once again. And the second thing which changed my life is Pranic healing. It gave me the magic wand of making my life what I want it to be. It is making me explore what I am and that is exactly what I teach the kids. I just love the Latin quote: The best way to learn is by teaching the same.

Oh! Thank you but this is all your love. Tell us, If one needs to know you in one line, how will you describe yourself?

No one liners can describe me. I am too much to fit into one sentence.

How do you feel to be selected among 15 ambitious women at Mommies World For U & Me and what is that one ambition which still keeps the fire alive in you?

Oh, I feel ecstatic. I have been reading about such incredible women and I am humbled to be on this list. I have immense gratitude towards the almighty for making me a medium of change. The one thing which always keeps me going is the desire to build a new tomorrow for our little ones.

Do you agree that there is too much of competition around? According to you end of the day, what matters, victory or satisfaction?

Competition is the least healthy thing to have in your life. I know many of you will reject it when I will say that this life has more than sufficient for you and for everyone else living.

The day you will stop thinking that, for someone to win someone has to lose, your life will start to change. The universe knows no competition, it’s us who have given ourselves a gullible justification.


Just have gratitude for what you already have and for what you want, it will come to you. So that means no victory and no competition for me. It’s all about going on- consistently and constantly.

Share the most inspiring story/incident, you have witnessed yourself.

The most inspiring story I have come across is the transformation in myself. I was just another girl who thought life was unjust to me. I have failed exams, I have cried, I have fallen hard, I have seen the hardest of days. But now ”The me” I know, has taken the wagon in her own hands. I have seen my thoughts turning into things. Now I know I am the one creating things for myself. And I am teaching children how to do the same on a daily basis.

Last but not least, how you are managing personal and professional life, any tips and tricks you wish to give to our readers.

Yes, this one is for all the women out there. We, women, keep juggling work and life and we often find ourselves suffering. We often neglect our own needs, our desires for many negligible reasons. Remember ladies, all these actions tell the universe that you don’t find yourself worthy of the things you desire. Then the universe will give you the same. Treat yourself the way you treat your children, with love and compassion. Then see how magical your lives will become. Say out loud what bothers you and thank god for all the solutions. You will find a trick to balance everything in life. That’s how I do it.

One more inspiring interview has come to an end and this motivates readers to keep following the path which is guided by the universe to you.

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I have seen my thoughts turning into things. Now I know I am the one creating things for myself. - Kriti Sharma

I have seen my thoughts turning into things. Now I know I am the one creating things for myself. – Kriti Sharma

 
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