(Video-Interview): Unleash Your True Potential; How to Reinvent Yourself in Times of Crisis-Saleema Vellani

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Are you tired and frustrated with living a mediocre life? 

What if you stopped settling with “just getting by” and start harnessing that limitless power within you?

There is one powerful word that makes a big difference between where you are now and where you could be, and that is called your “Potential.” Once you start to unleash your true potential, you will discover that there is so much more to life than just merely existing.

Would you like to learn practical ways on how to unravel your hidden potentials and use them as a platform to achieve success in life?

In this episode of ‘Happy and Healthy Mind with Dr. Rozina,’ our guest, Saleema Vellani shared her personal success story and practical strategies on how to reinvent yourself in times of crisis and unleash your true potential. She discussed practical tools like finding your sweet spot, 100 coffee challenge, and design thinking tool kit.

Saleema Vellani is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, keynote speaker, professor, and the author of “Innovation Starts With I.” For over 12 years, Saleema has led 100+ international organizations, nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies to their next stage of growth and innovation. 

Currently, Saleema and her team at Ripple Impact run a business accelerator program to educate, advise, and connect entrepreneurs who are seeking to increase their influence and maximize their impact. She also teaches Design Thinking and Entrepreneurship at Johns Hopkins University and is a frequent guest lecturer at business schools.

Would you like to learn how to reinvent yourself especially during times of crisis like the COVID pandemic that we are going through?

Then watch this video:

In this interview, you will learn:

0:00 min – Introduction

3:28 min – How to reinvent yourself in times of crisis (Saleema’s testimony)

6:48 min – What to do when you’re feeling stuck (Saleema’s life challenges that led to her awakening)

9:25 min – Tool #1: One hundred coffee challenge

14:11 min – Tool #2: Finding your sweet spot

19:54 min – How to go out of your comfort zone and overcome your limiting beliefs

22:11 min – Tool#3: Design Thinking

24:19 min – Preview of Saleema’s book: Innovation starts with I

26:14 min – How to overcome a personal crisis with proactivity and self-awareness

29:04 min – Special of the day: A poem about hope

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Did Saleema’s story inspire you? Have you also experienced some life quakes as she did? How did you overcome them? I’d love to hear your story!

Also, if you found value in this program, share it with people you care about.

By sharing, you will participate in the mission of spreading joy and happiness and live a full life.

Remember, hope is your guiding light, no matter how bad life feels, you can be assured that there are always new opportunities available for you. So keep that hope alive.

Keep striving and try to be better, even just one percent each day. As you strive to become a better version of yourself, you will start living your best life.

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

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