Steps To Living An Inspired Life Christopher Mitra
Interview with An Inspired Life Christopher Mitra
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming executive confidence and achievement coach, Christopher Mitra to talk about how he helps professionals, entrepreneurs and leaders outgrow their comfort zone, discover their unique strengths, and set, reach and exceed new goals.
If you’re looking to develop yourself, gain confidence and build a life with purpose, meaning and happiness, Chris is the partner that you want in your corner. As a certified life and success coach, a thriving entrepreneur and an impactful mentor for numerous aspiring and flourishing business people, he can help you achieve higher levels of success and continued growth.
During this content-rich call, Christopher talks about some of the issues he encountered as he walked his entrepreneurial path. He also shares his insight into depression and men's mental health, along with some of the outdated stereotypes that society has around men.
Christ also shares how he goes about building confidence and how to manage imposter syndrome, how to create a new and productive mindset, and we explore why most people fall short of achieving their goals, and the three top tools people need in their self-development toolkit.
With a client base ranging from C-level/executives to university students to entrepreneurs and anyone in between who is looking for greater confidence, self-worth and success, Christopher provides a space for clients to express themselves without fear of being judged. He is passionate about helping us all build robust mental health, improve our relationships and live longer, healthier lives.
To learn more about achieving greater levels of personal and professional success, or to contact Christopher directly, click the link below.
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