Akshay Nanavati (MA)
I am a trained coach by the ICF accredited program, Accomplishment Coaching and a NLP practioner. Additionally, I have been trained in the same methods of transformation used by Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield. Combining these various methodologies, along with the book a week I read on neuroscience and psychology, allows me to create lasting shifts in not only my own life, but with those I work with as well.
I am also a Marine Corps veteran of the war in Iraq and a professional explorer, which means that I spend my spare time traveling the world, climbing mountains, scuba diving, crossing icecaps and jumping out of planes, among other things. These adventures have pushed me to my limits and the lessons I have learned from a life on the edge have further allowed me to support my clients in gaining unstoppable levels of confidence that drives actions and produces results.
I have also started two of my own businesses and as such I have learned the best modern day sales and marketing strategies on the planet from the best minds in the industry. People have literally paid tens of thousands of dollars for this information. I support my clients in growing their businesses using these methodologies for a fraction of that cost.
I help aspiring entrepreneurs create a life of freedom by getting out of their own way mentally and grow a business strategically using nothing but their knowledge and expertise to make an impact in the world.
The Reason I Became A Helping Professional
While serving in the Marines, I learned the value of serving a higher cause than myself. In Iraq I had a local civilian walk up to me and tell me that he felt sorry that Americans have to pay in blood for Iraqi freedom. Although I didn't entirely believe in why we went to war, it felt great knowing the impact we were making in the lives of the Iraqi people.
Since then, I knew that I would dedicate my life to service.
By pushing my body and mind to its limits in some of the most hostile environments on the planet, including Iraq, the Himalayas, an icecap in Greenland where I spent one month dragging a 190 pound sled 350 miles in temperatures as low as -40 degrees, and underwater caves, I have become fascinated with exploring the limits of the human potential.
Inevitably then, I began to study neuroscience and psychology to discover the secret to mastering our most valuable asset: our mind.
I became a helping professional to share this knowledge with others so that they too can create their desired lifestyle, just as I have been fortunate enough to have created mine.
Spiritual, but no affiliation
Over $120 per session