Neeta Bhushan is a global educator, advocate of emotional health and mental wellbeing, and women’s performance coach. Her mission mission is to build a global community of progressive thinkers, doers, forward driving movers-and-shakers who are committed to integrating empathy-based solutions in their lives at home, in the office, and beyond.
Neeta used to live life by the expectation with others. She may have looked happy and successful on the outside but was dead on the inside. One question from a friend helped her realized that she doesn’t have to live life this way and decided to live life on her terms while helping other do the same.
Neeta Bhushan is a global educator, advocate of emotional health and mental wellbeing, and women’s performance coach.
Neeta is of Indian and Filipina descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Fail fast and fail lots.
Definition of Self Confidence
Self confidence is owning your unique truth and authenticity.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Neeta’s self confidence was on significance. She had to be perfect for everyone. She was education driven success from her dad’s side and pageant driven in her mom’s side which led to Neeta being pressured to be perfect on both sides of the family.
She was constantly achieving and over achieving.
The “AHA” Moment
Neeta started charting different waters. She had a happy marriage on the outside and was chasing external factors but was in a abusive marriage. A girlfriend asked her…
“Are you happy?”
This made Neeta realize that she doesn’t have to live this way and that she can live another way of life.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
Neeta left her 6-figure job, set her own path and now has traveled to 45 countries. She is making mistakes along the way but has success through heart and soul.
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
There are 3 different mindsets.
Victim = I can’t
Survivor = Live through something, happened for you
Thriving = Grows voraciously flourish and prosper
“What kind of mindset do you want to have?”
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