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Shilpa Singh became Life Coach with Rs2.5cr yearly income after quitting her corporate career

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Shilpa Singh quit her corporate career that spanned more than 10 years. She is now a successful Life Coach who earns Rs. 2.5 crore a year.

Shilpa Singh of Indore left the corporate world after realising that there was more to life than just making money.

Shilpa’s realisation came after a 14-year corporate career, which began in 2004 as a credit card sales executive at Standard Chartered Bank in Mumbai.

She worked her way up the corporate ladder at IFFCO-Tokyo, Universal Sompo, and Tata Motors.

The transformation of a shy girl with low self-esteem, who would hide behind her classmates to avoid being noticed by teachers, someone who was average in studies with no extra-curricular achievements to brag about, into a life coach with an annual income of Rs 2.5 crore is an inspiring storey.

Shilpa did not speak English fluently in school and did not participate in any cultural activities.

As a Life Coach, she now uses her excellent communication skills to inspire and motivate people to live confident and happy lives.

Shilpa’s father owns a textile store, and her mother is a stay-at-home mom. She graduated from St. Raphael’s Higher Secondary in 1999 and went on to complete her bachelor’s degree in commerce at Gujarati Girls College. She then enrolled in the MBA programme at the ICFAI Business School in Mumbai. It got worse when she fell in love with a classmate, Abhishek Singh, who had a good sense of humour and made her laugh.

She got a job as a Credit Card Sales Executive at Standard Chartered Bank through a friend.

While her friends got good jobs and sat in air-conditioned offices, she stood on the streets in a makeshift kiosk selling credit cards in the hot sun.

She later moved on to better opportunities, working at IFFCO-Tokyo (2005-08), Universal Sompo (2008-16), and Tata Motors (2016-19).

She was earning roughly Rs 20 lakh per year when she resigned her job at Tata Motors.

Kindness is nowhere to be found in the corporate rat race for survival, she says, explaining why she abandoned her well-paying career and began to investigate methods to live a more rewarding life.

The stress of corporate life had taken its toll on her health, to the point where she would respond, ‘I am not fine,’ when asked how she was doing.

My life transformed when I learnt about the ‘Law of Attraction.’

This ideology was the basis for best-selling books such as Norman Vincent Peale’s The Power of Positive Thinking and Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich.

Today, professional Life Coaches teach people how to think positively and live a disciplined and productive life.

Shilpa is enjoying a more balanced and happy life now that she has left her corporate job. Shilpa is now her own boss, and she is inspiring many people to break out of their shells and live a confident life through a three-part transformative workshop series she has been running for the past few years.

Shilpa hired one of these coaches in May 2019, and after seeing the improvements in her life, she decided to become a Life Coach herself.

She left her work at Tata Motors to train under 15 different coaches for over 2500 hours.

At the age of 36, I began from scratch.

Shilpa explains, “I invested all of my Rs 15 lakh savings to become a Life Coach.”

Her spouse, too, made a brave decision to support her cause.

During the epidemic, he sold their house for no profit and relocated to a rented house, where they resided for nearly a year.

Shilpa performed admirably as more and more people enrolled in her courses.

She also published a book called Medi-Sin Children, which promotes natural healing.

Shilpa now lives in a posh house in Mumbai with her husband and two children, which they recently acquired for around Rs 3 crore.

Shilpa Singh’s introductory course is a five-day programme that begins daily at 5 a.m. and costs Rs 199.

She also has a 21-day programme that costs Rs 5,000 and a 30-day programme that costs Rs 3,699.

When discussing her programmes, Shilpa states that the desire to change must first originate from the client.

Her responsibility is to assist the individual in achieving the goal.

So far, an estimated 30,000 people have attended her programmes.

Some of them, Shilpa adds, were from distant nations such as Australia.

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