ISBN: 9789384225735 Pages: 207 Size: 129*198 mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Format: PB Weight: 150 gm.
About The Book
Do you believe in magic, in prayers being answered, in dreams coming true and in goals being achieved? The Mind Spa: Ignite Your Inner Life Coach promises to transform your life in unimaginable ways. It will help you cleanse your soul from toxins, slough away the unwanted layers and ultimately leave you rejuvenated. The Mind Spa is interlaced with holistic therapies, unreasonable requests, bitter pills, gentle healing and self-coaching invitations that will motivate you into taking immediate action to achieve success in area of love, health and relationships. the Mind Spa Journal that comes along with this edition will encourage you to explore the wonders of writing, expressing gratitude and engaging in little acts of kindness. This is your opportunity to ignite the life coach within. If not now, when? Discover your bigger FOE to success, Escape the big trap of procrastination, Awaken the god inside you.
About Malti Bhojwani
Malti Bhojwani is a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) with the ICF (International Coach Federation), trained in Ontological Coaching and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming). She is also the published author of the internationally acknowledged personal development book, Don't Think of a Blue Ball and Thankfulness, Appreciation Gratitude, a guided writing journal. She is a Singaporean mum, having lived in Jakarta, Indonesia, with most of her adult life spent in Sydney, Australia. She currently resides in India. Her forte is teaching people how to change the lens through which they see in order to create new and lasting changes in their lives through body, emotion and language cohesion. Her clients include Microsoft, Mahindra & Mahindra, The British Council and members of YPO, EO and Genpact. She is aregular contributor and expert consultant for The Times of India and countless other international and Indian publications. She is the top-ranking life coach in India out of over 13,000 who are registered.