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Coaching and Spirituality – Interconnected

When I first trained as a coach, all I wanted was to have a few clients, get satisfaction from supporting them on their unique journey and earn enough money to keep me going.

As I soon discovered, becoming a coach was just the beginning. All of a sudden there were so many books on the subject I felt compelled to read. There were so many seminars I just “had to” attend. I needed to learn more about this fascinating industry I felt so proud to be a part of.

Then one day, a couple of years ago I watched “The Secret” and my quest had taken a new direction again. After studying tons of literature related to the subject, I made an interesting discovery. The discovery of my own spirituality. I assume it must have been there all those years, just waiting to be brought to life again. Interestingly, I have noticed the same process happening to many of my fellow coaches. It made me realize, how these two, seemingly wide apart areas are actually interconnected.

Both coaching and spirituality try to bring out the best of the individual and believe undoubtedly in everybody’s unique potential. Both approaches highlight the sometimes overwhelming statement, that, if supported by action and often hard work, even the wildest dreams are indeed possible to fulfill.

And hopefully they both should leave us with that unmistakably upbeat feeling of our greatness as a human being and a desire to become what we have always aspired to be.

Source by Natalie Ekberg

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Sanjay Tatwawadi
Sanjay , allthough an engineer by profession has varied interests in sales, marketing, sports, science and spiritualism. He coaches and specialises in training the new generation for betterment in life. A Rotarian to the core, he has excelled in adding value added program for enrichment of society at large Having lead the team to different countries in vocational and cultural exchange programs. An avid cyclist and badminton player, he is passionate in writing and promoting good reading habits in youngsters.
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