At veza, we honour the work of inspiring leaders every single day. Not just the known and notable but rather, everyday women who are drawing upon and celebrating their culture while making a lasting difference in their community using their gifts. From authors and teachers, CEOs to entrepreneurs, not-for-profit directors, artists, and more, these women are changing the face of leadership.
These are truly women to watch and veza community is so pleased to share their brilliance.
May their stories inspire YOU to rise.
Meet Michelle Mehta.
Michelle Mehta is a Professional Life Coach for those seeking Independence, while simultaneously respect cultural norms & expectations they are raised with. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Finance & Marketing from Cal State Fullerton. She has studied coaching through the Coaches Training Institute, (CTI) one of the top schools in the world and has recently graduated from San Diego’s Ascension Leadership Academy. She has helped many people of various ages get “unstuck” in their present situations, step into the lives they have always wanted, and transform to be their best selves. As a coach, her goal is to empower, to live life fully and courageously. She believes that the answers you seek ultimately lie within you. Michelle provides one-on-one sessions via phone and in person.
Tell me in 100 words who you are? How would you describe yourself.
So tell us, Michelle: What inspires you most? What motivates you to get up every morning?
I love to coach people and help them see their greatest strengths authentically.
What is it that you feel that you teach others through how you act/show up each day?
I teach others to stop being a people pleaser, and focus on pleasing themselves. Life is too short to worry about what other people think and say.
What is one change you’d like to see in the world?
I would love to see people’s actions speak louder than words. People have so many things to say and don’t do a great job following up.
Which of your contributions to date have given you the greatest sense of pride?
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