196: Being Whole and Complete With Rupi Kainth

Rupi Kainth is a proverbial trailblazer in combining elements to deliver design solutions across many different industries. Being Whole and Complete With Rupi KainthFrom graphics, to photography, to interiors, to fashion, to events. She sees the world as an elaborate collage, a place where creativity strikes in unexpected ways. For her, creative thinking comes naturally.  Rupi Kainth worked over 10 years in marketing and design for municipal government, while starting her entrepreneurial journey at the age of 25.

Rupi went through some dark times in her life which lead to fear and resistance to achieve what she wanted in life.  It wasn’t until she realized she was whole and complete from the beginning and that she can get it from within instead of seeking outside forces.  Tune into her story as she shares how she did it.


Rupi Kainth is an entrepreneur.

Cultural Background

Rupi is Indo-Canadian, practicing Sikh religion amongst many other religions.

Favorite Self Confidence Quote

Confidence is not thinking they will like me, confidence is thinking I’ll be fine when they don’t.

Confidence is not thinking they will like me confidence is thinking I’ll be fine when they don’t

Definition of Self Confidence

Self confidence is loving who you are.

Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence

Rupi was fearful and restrictive.  She had mental thoughts and worries that occupied her mind.  She was also unable to grow and obtain the goals she desired.

The “AHA” Moment

Rupi discovered that she was good enough.  She is whole and complete. Whole and complete is not a place to go to, it is a place to come from.

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Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence

Rupi feels back on track. She can be a better mother. She can be more sure of her life decisions. She does not live with fear of loss. She can walk with courage and faith. Her goals are starting to fall back into place. She is attracting the people she wants.

The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener

Stop comparing yourself to others.

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