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Unlimited Success is designed to fast track your success!
The program is based on one simple yet powerful belief that "True success is progress".
Most of us are chasing success, yet very few truly understand what success really means. For some it is achieving financial freedom, for some it’s spending time with the loved ones and for some it is winning at any cost.
In all aspect of your life success can be accomplished by defining where you are and where would you would like to be and taking that one massive action. Eliminating the challenges and overcoming the limiting beliefs that stop you from getting you to your destination.
The program is for you, if are ready to accelerate your success and fulfilling your dreams in the shortest time possible.
The purpose of this program is to help you..,
Sharat Sharma, is an upcoming author, speaker and a world class peak performance coach. With dual master’s degree in Business and Applied Psychology and his passion towards understanding human psychology and tapping its unlimited potential lead him to become a Specialist Coach in the arena of peak performance coaching and training.
His expertise is in conducting workshops, seminars, training programmes with participants varying from senior leaders to new managers and finishing school graduates is highly commendable.
He is also an eminent speaker at various conferences.
He believes that it is highly important for one to learn constantly and strive towards excellence. In his pursuit of becoming the world class he has been training and being groomed under some of the world’s most credible international coaches like Les Brown, T Harv Eker , Robert Kiyosaki, Itzik Amiel, Arthur Carmazzi and many more.,
He goes on to stress that he loves his work, coaching, training and conducting research. Sailing with this spirit he has been exploring the most important facet of Organization development and growth -The People, for more than a decade now.
Before starting his journey as a full time coach & entrepreneur he worked with few major corporations.