Growing up in a dysfunctional Indian family, Anish took an unconventional path to success and fulfillment. He became a successful career coach and went on a journey of self-discovery and finding purpose outside of himself.
His experience as an illegal immigrant in New York set him on a path of helping others break away from the monotony and toxicity of the corporate world. His primary motivation is to help others find freedom from an oppressive system and has seen clients go on to discover their own paths to success.
We discuss how to help people in a toxic workplace situation where they love their job but can't stand their boss. We explore the importance of building relationships outside of the company to gain a better understanding of what's going on in an industry and to have leverage when it comes to securing new offers.
We also talk about the importance of thinking like a free agent and not waiting to be pushed out in order to make a change. Anish stresses the importance of understanding the company culture, and how to know whether you are valued appropriately.
Finally, we discuss how to know if you are the toxic boss, understanding that nobody sets out with that intent. We also touch on the importance of being open to not having all the answers and trusting the people around you.
We explore how to help people who are afraid to speak up in the workplace. Ron and Anish share how fear can prevent employees, managers, customers, and vendors from reaching their true potential. We discuss ways to motivate them to get out of their shell and surrender to who they are, so that they can tap into their true power and value.
We also discuss the importance of being transparent in the hiring process, looking for people who are able to identify and work with the truth. We explain how that transparency, even in the job posting itself, saves both parties time and effort.
Lastly, we emphasize the need to trust people and to show them that their commitment and effort is appreciated. Anish shares the story of someone he interviewed to join his team, and how their vision for the company made him realize he had to hire him, even though he didn’t fit the role exactly.
We look at how to empower people in the workplace and beyond. We talk about the importance of believing in yourself and recognizing your own value, and how this can help you make changes and take risks.
We also explore how to help those who feel stuck in their careers, and how to support them in finding their purpose and discovering what they are capable of. We examine the example of Gail, and how she was able to shift her story and find success in her career despite facing adversity.
Finally, we discuss the importance of creating a safe environment for people to speak up and how this can help them reach their full potential.
We emphasize the value of simply taking a moment to sit down and talk, to examine the different options and outcomes in a given situation. We explore how a small effort to open the door and start a conversation can be the beginning of a trusting relationship.
Join us to hear how understanding the idea of “self-talk” — and what you can do about it — could change your relationships and life for the better.
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