Hello October, and hello, Seema! This week's #wingwoman is a personal coach, a professional artist, and a mom to four kids. Seema helps women reconnect with themselves by empowering them to gain emotional mastery and to live soulfully. In our interview, Seema shares how she believes that there are no regrets, only lessons, how she loves authentic, soulful connections, and how she wants to help others achieve more soulful living. Continue reading to learn all about Seema!
1. What makes you happy?
Serving, Contributing, Creating Art, Being in Nature, soulful connections.
2. What advice would you give your younger self?
Don't worry about perfectionism or people pleasing. Find yourself, get to know the truth about you and love all parts of you wholeheartedly. Follow your passions.. People will follow... (I got to this knowing in my 30s)
3. If you could magically solve one problem in the world, what would that be?
Other than poverty...on an actionable, mindset level, how people parent their children. And of course, for that they will need inner deep work. I want to bring about consciousness and awareness to see more soulful living in this world that is now controlled by devices, oblivion and wastefulness.
4. How did you find your purpose?
By digging deep within. I'm a highly intuitive person. For me to not be connected to my true calling, my passion and bigger purpose, was innately becoming impossible. I allowed myself to break through limitations and open myself to opportunities as I faced my fears courageously.
5. What is your biggest pain point in building relationships?
Personally, as a highly passionate individual, I find I struggle with expectations from others as I go deep and love meaningful connections with people. I love authentic and soulful connections and it is hard to find at times. It pains me to be misunderstood and I have worked on my communication skills to improve relationships.
6. What have you learned from past friendships that didn't work out?
Never give away too much information, trust within reason, and have good boundaries. If they choose to misunderstand, judge, or become jealous, it's their act and has nothing to do with me, as long as I was truthful and authentic. So no regrets, only lessons. No hate towards anyone, but I choose my influence wisely.
7. Who are your SHEros (AKA female heroes)?
Too many! In the coaching space alone, Mel Robbins, Christine Hastler, Marissa Peer, Bernadette Logue, Maya Angelou.
8. What podcasts/books are you listening/reading right now?
Podcasts-Over it and on with it, NLP in Action, The Life Coach school, among others
9. Where can we find you?