Rishi – Accountability Coach
An online accountability coach with a wealth of experience navigating hardships in real life situations, pushing past obstacles, knowing the value of taking one step as well as readiness for life in general.
With a vast amount of experience dealing with and being surrounded by, trauma, tragedy, illness, drug use, alcohol, suicidal attempts…About me
I can help you with any of the below
- Are you struggling to go past an internal obstacle (thought barrier – doubts)?
- Got a generic gym routine / plan but nobody to hold you accountable and ask you questions and track your progress?
- Not sure on how to balance your work – life routine? Add children and family to the mix, where is your time?
- Not happy in your current environment (job, house, relationship[s] etc, and want to change but not sure how or just scared?
- You want to seriously elevate your mindset
- You’re fed up of being average and following the crowd
- Have limited or no goals and not sure on how to achieve or even plan for the future
- You just want someone to hold you accountable and to call you out when needed
- Always thinking negatively and want to change this pattern NOW
An online accountability coach with a wealth of experience navigating hardships in real life situations, pushing past obstacles, knowing the value of taking one step as well as readiness for life in general, whilst holding clients accountable for the agreed steps. Obstacles are part and parcel of life and with the correct tools and habits, you’ll be that little bit more ready to face the obstacles head on. What does TYNS365 mean?
Unknowingly, since my mid teens, I’d always take one step at a time and stick to basics. I wasn’t really aware of this until 2014. My brother died in 2013 and I went through a battle internally in 2014, trying to cope with his death as well as my mum being very ill. What helped me was reading and and consciously taking one positive step a day. I decided this in June 2014 and never looked back since
Everyday, I aim for one positive step. Have I done it every day since then, probably not but pretty close I’d say. Having that aim and discipline allows me to live on my terms. Having this mindset also meant in 2016, when my mum died, I didn’t do any harm to myself and went through the grieving process. The discipline brings me strength
💫 So, try one positive step, daily. It could be ANYTHING. Make your bed. Go for a walk. Check in on a friend. Go to the gym. Go yoga. Tell a loved one you love them. Make a random person smile. Whatever it is, do something daily
For any invites to events, speaking invites, visit Talks and sessions