By Namita Sinha (India)

In my quest for continuous improvement in my professional practice, trying to better  myself on the principles and skills widely accepted to be the arsenal of a Life Coach,  I realised that  once we start coaching more and more people, we may  get to see a common pattern evolving and helping us  understand and assist people with their situations and journeys, yet it is so important to also acknowledge at the same time that every individual is unique with his or her unique context, and at no point should we rush to categorise or classify a person as per our professional experience .

We rather be prepared to risk a bit of failure  and be  confronted with some  surprise element or a ” What next.. “, at some junction rather than allowing  our subconscious to fit every living being and his situation  into the frame of some or the other past learning of ours.

Source: iCN Issue 12 (Personal Coaching); page 59

About Namita Sinha

A Banker and Marketer by educational qualification, after 12 years of full time corporate assignments at Senior Managerial levels with Multi National Firms, NamitaI recently embarked on an exploring phase in her career, to discover her true calling–“life -coaching “,training ,writing and blogging.

She is keen to support and empower people, through her Coaching Practice and look forward to sharing hr insights  especially with young minds on socially relevant themes and topics through her writing and blogging. Aspiring to become a thriving Coach and Trainer in personal, academic and executive space, Namita likes researching ideas which actually integrates and aligns the personal and professional domain. Thus she is a strong advocate of Work-Life integration rather than work life balance.