HI, I'M GEETA

I am a certified motivation and wellness coach.
I empower women to easily deal with stress and
change so that they can grow and succeed in their
personal and professional lives.

“Geeta has an astute ability to be fully present and yet able to hold the container for different systems in play within the coaching conversation.”

– DR. KATRINA GISBERT-TAY, M.D.
Coach Supervisor and Integrative Health Coach, Singapore.

“I got a different perspective to life and felt it helped me grow as a person.”

– ORIME FUJITA
CEO & President, Fujita Kazua Shoten Ltd, Japan.

“Geeta takes you from a place of subjective reflection to positive and life-enhancing introspection.”

– MALINI N MENON
Founder and Managing Director, IEDEA, Dubai.

WANT TO LEARN THE ZEN STEPS TO UNLEASH
SUCCESS
, BALANCE AND HAPPINESS?

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WELCOME

To all the amazing women out there, in their capacity as daughters, mothers, professionals, managers, entrepreneurs, homemakers, dreamers and achievers, aspiring to be the “ideal” woman in all roles I say:

In the game of life, change is inevitable; to stress or to Zen is your choice. I am honored to take your hand as a woman and a friend to help you win the game of change.

Are you daunted by the overwhelming task of handling multiple roles in today’s high pressure world?

Keep reading as I would love to help you…

TODAY'S WORLD IS CHALLENGING AND DEMANDING

We women are handling multiple and complex roles. They range from being a daughter, mother, wife, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, entrepreneur, driver for your children, professional, manager, homemaker, mentor, caregiver, philanthropist and most often we play several of these roles simultaneously.

We have to learn to communicate with clarity, delegate, and prioritize without more drama than what we already have at hand. We are natural nurturers, and love to offer our support to others, but this should not come at the cost of our individuality and our achievements.

Along the way we have to deal with powerful men, and we want to be assertive, yet not seem aggressive. We want to be confident and capable in our roles, big and small. The juggling is hard work and exhausts us. It requires a lot of patience and perseverance.

We live 99% of our lives in perceived reality. Stress is part of the norm, releasing harmful chemicals into our system which are addictive. Stress makes it hard to free ourselves of this repetitive pattern, making us live in anxiety and fear. It tires us and reflects on our mood, immune system and health.

Having repeatedly gone through this processes myself, as a granddaughter, daughter, wife, life partner, mother, friend, entrepreneur, and ontological coach, I developed a perspective on how to handle these roles efficiently and without stress. This is about being the ideal you without compromising yourself while juggling this huge task along with life’s other responsibilities. Through this journey, I have learned a series of zen steps to unleash success, balance, and happiness and I would love to share them with you.

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How Can I Help?

Changing roles in life

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The Power of saying NO

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It’s impossible to please everyone. Saying ‘yes’ can be draining all the time, and you need to draw a line on when and how to say ‘no’. It is best to keep the reason short and clear when saying
‘no’.
Two tips I’ll leave you with:
1. With a soft smile, say ‘no’.
2. Follow up after saying ‘no’ so that the other party understands you didn’t just say ‘no’ thoughtlessly.

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