Meet Ms. Tushna Pandey who is a Professional Personal Development Coach and speaker. She is a trainer by passion and an Entrepreneur by profession, holding a Master’s degree from London. She has worn many hats until now right from being a trainer, consultant, model, founder, and more. Currently, she is the Founder of Sprouts Career Bridge. She aims at providing quality training and designs her training accordingly. She is one of the best personal brand examples in India
The first time I spoke with Tushnaa, there was a fiery vibe in her communication, it was like she could inspire a million hearts and influence them to take actions driving to their goals. Her passion was evident in every word she spoke. She has positioned herself as a strong personal brand with her own website Tushnaa
The most influential words were
“I don’t subscribe to any particular method as a coach. It’s my holistic approach that makes me anti to the idea of restricting myself to one pattern. It draws upon all the past experiences and skills as a consultant, trainer, model, certified coach, and entrepreneur. My goal is to support each individual individually, understanding their strength, weaknesses and goals and plan the next steps accordingly. I believe coaching as a partnership built upon trust. Deep inside if you feel and know you’re capable than what’s you’re doing if so, then you’re in the right place. It all starts with an assessment session. Trust me, if you are willing to do it you will. Period.”
This touched us deeply. In an era of strategies and too much information, her holistic approach was the route to impacting lives.
Read the interview with her and do check out her website to level up your career.
1. What is your business all about and how it impacts your audience?
It’s all about coaching people to help them reach their goals while they also unleash the real them. It helps them to enhance their skills while they also get to know themselves better, change their daily routine, and drive better towards their goals.
2. Where do you find inspiration to impact people every single day in your line of work?
The more people I meet and know, the more problems I see around me. I feel I need to bring more solutions and help more people to grow.
3. Why are soft skills so important in this digital era?
Because that’s barely taught to us and we don’t know its value. Companies hire people who are good at their soft skills. Soft skills requirements are 70%-80% while hard skills are the rest of the percentage requirements. It’s also not only about speaking, it’s more than that. How do you think hard skills will help with teamwork, time management, communications, problem-solving and others. These are more important than just being good at hard skills.
4. If there is one thing you could change about your industry, what would it be?
The quality is given to the people. I mean yes we all are here to make money but when money becomes your priority over people you don’t see the quality being delivered. While the goals of the individuals are also overlooked and the same copy-paste program is carried out throughout.
5. How are you helping the young generation who are stuck at home during pandemics and are graduating without having to attend real classes?
By providing online sessions and helping them with the resources to their doorstep if needed like books, printouts etc.
6. What is the biggest myth about public speaking and how do you break it for our readers?
Public speaking doesn’t only mean standing on a podium and addressing a throng of crowd. If you’re in a meeting room of 5 people and you’ll have to speak in front of them, that is also public speaking.
7. If someone aims to be a public speaker, what is the suggested career path?
As mentioned, public speaking is not only about addressing a big crowd. But if that’s what you aim to do then the following career path could justify:
- Motivational Speaker
- News anchor
8. Who is your inspiration in choosing a career as a communication coach?
I would say I see some motivational speakers, keynote speakers, business tycoons like Jay Shetty, Sir Richard Branson, Robert Kiyosaki, and more. The way they speak, handle the crowd, handle the questions being asked, it just gives me goosebumps. And I used to think that if I could do any close justice to inspire people and change their lives then I guess that would be my biggest achievement. Also, I have always been fascinated to speak on a stage
9. How do you feel every time when you face an audience on stage?
Well, I am nervous just like every normal human being but in the end, I steal the show for sure.
10. What is one piece of advice you would give for the generation facing pandemics and are struggling with communications?
Don’t think of this time and situation as a situation where you can’t do anything, or your life is at a halt or any negative thoughts. Learn how to find the positives in every negative situation. That’s how you’ll be able to grow and succeed. So instead you must be thinking how can I use this time well while I stay at home. What are the skills I can learn before the market opens and before I start going to companies for interviews?, how can I get better opportunities, what else can I learn, and blah blah. No one can say that he knows it all and there’s nothing more to learn. There’s always room to learn, grow and get better.
Coaches are aware of how to ignite passion and motivate people. They have an energy that is contagious and knows exactly how to get their team excited. By Brian Cagneey
Do contact her on
LinkedIn- Tushnaa Pandey
Twitter profile- https://twitter.com/tushnaap
Personal Brand Website- TUSHNAA
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Contact her through mail using email@example.com
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