Natasha Advani certified by the ICF Coach.

Life is all about opportunities because we are stuck so profoundly into our professional and personal life that survival has become a usual monotonous routine.

Every new beginning comes from some beginning’s end and Natasha believes in creating opportunities by living life to the fullest.

Do you want to make a significant personal or professional change but are not taking the action to move forward towards what you really want?

In Today’s world most people are juggling all of their commitments and responsibilities that its easy to put true goals and desires on the back burner.In today’s

time health is neglected and a fast pace life relationships are being neglected and a lot of people suffer from Stress.

As a certified Professional Life Coach ,Natasha helps clients to uncover what is really holding them back .By identifying and addressing their underlying

fears,patterns and limiting beliefs,clients stop making  excuses and start taking action to live their best life.


Natasha Coaching a client








It’s never too late to achieve what you desire for.

The best part about Natasha’s professional guidance is that’s its easiest, and most importantly the cheerful way to make a remarkable change in your life.

Natasha offers the coaching consultation of maximum 60 minutes over the phone giving you a transparent revelation of where you are stuck and what is the most important factor to be considered

while you are facing trouble. So, what are you waiting for? 60 minutes of investment of your precious time can turn your world to 360 degrees of optimism and positivity.

Natasha Advani also offers free initial consultation in order to let people discover the miraculous experience of consultation.

For people residing out stations, Natasha Advani is just a skype or normal call away depending upon your comfort level.

Get ready to explore your inner self with none other than certified professional coach, Natasha Advani because one step towards positivity can make your life much better.

Natasha Coaches people to transform their life for he better breakthrough their own limitations and get a better life.

If you are Outstation we can do a session on Skype also .

We know how hard it is to make an important change.Decide that today is the day you take your first step towars living the life you really want.

We look forward to hearing from you

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By Shobhaa De, Mumbai Mirror |
 A decade or so ago, it was considered de rigueur for wannabe-celebs to walk into a party with gunbearing bodyguards. One or two had tried and failed at our home. We had told them firmly to leave their bodyguards outside … or leave themselves.
Then came the personal trainers. Everybody but everybody had one. As the trainers grew in status, they became an integral part of the celeb’s entourage. They attended the best soirees, travelled all over the world with their wealthy clients, and soon became mini-celebs themselves. Dieticians who customised daily calorie intake to the last milligram formed the next wave. These toothpick-sized ladies carefully measured out millet cookies and three almonds for their obsessed-with-weight-loss patrons. The results were there for all to gasp at.

Personal hair and make-up artists joined the gang soon after. Not to forget the personal cosmetic surgeons, beauticians-on-call, dermatologists, body-sculptors, manicurists-pedicurists, eyebrows groomers, hair spa specialists, Brazilian wax experts, and of course, the all-important fashion stylists. This is not even a jab or a joke. This is reality.

If you attend a posh destination wedding, you are offered the services of a personal saree draper, hair and make-up person. That is, if you are janata class, and not arriving in your very own personal jet with your very own personal assistants to help you look – well, like a stretched and starved, over-painted alien with perfect nails.

Enter, the Life Coach. This entity is hired to take care of your brain. And try and inject some much-needed material into those unused grey cells. Every aspiring public figure today has a life coach attached at the hip. The job of this person is to keep the client’s morale up by passing on skills the person lacks.

In the old days, girls from upper middle class families were packed off to Swiss finishing schools to learn how to use cutlery and converse in French. But why?? Who knows. They’d come back fully ‘finished’ and happily lick their fingers while eating the family’s yummy thali khaana.

As for French, the only time they could practise it, was during European holidays when the parents would encourage them to order unpronounceable items from a fancy menu. But yes, the girls were deemed groomed enough to display them at high-profile weddings and find suitable boys. Today, the same set prefers to showcase their girls at debutant balls in Paris /London/ Monaco.

Politicians and corporate honchos have started to invest in life coaches in abig way. As have young movie stars. Hours are spent on learning public speaking, perfecting the art of reading from teleprompters, and getting the body language right. Diction and vocabulary lessons have to be adhered to scrupulously before any important presentation. All this comes at a fat fee. But is seen as a valuable investment.

Occasionally, the life coach doubles up as a therapist/counsellor, offering guidance and sympathy during an emotional crisis. There are movie stars who are so dependent on their life coaches that they do not sign new projects till those are cleared by their mentors.

This dependency does take on obsessive shades, which is great for the professionals who charge by the hour for their ‘guidance’. Some argue that this new breed has merely replaced the old ‘guru’, or the notorious godman/godwoman. Which is true, in a way.

The Life Coach is privy to the most intimate secrets of the client’s life. With so much valuable information, it is easy to manipulate and control the celeb. I have seen intelligent adults succumbing to the machinations of such people, without once suspecting the commercial motive behind such ‘devotion’.

Years ago, I remember chatting with one of India’s most successful, but also painfully shy, awfully reserved tycoons. He had taken time off to go to the best public speaking expert in America to learn how to conduct himself during his company’s AGMs.

I had met him a few weeks after his return and found him a changed man – more articulate, relaxed and approachable. He attributed the change to his coach. I would say he deserved a lot of the credit himself. He had recognised his shortcomings and decided to do something about it.

Today, when I watch him in public, I see an enormous difference in his personality. But behind that gung ho exterior, if I look hard enough, I occasionally spot the awkward, reticent, almost inaudible person, who prefers to remain in the shadows, away from the spotlight, with his arms crossed across his chest, watching the social swirl with a level of detachment, better suited to a sage and not the billionaire bizman he is today.

There is no shame in signing up for self-improvement classes and seeking the aid of ace professionals. Most of us strive and struggle to get the basics right. In today’s killer environment, just a few extra skills and flourishes can make the difference between a hit and a miss.