If you ask me who am I? My reply would be I am a living organism signified by the words ‘human being’. I am a physical being fairly recognizable over time to me and to others: I am a body. Through my body, I can move, touch, see, hear, taste and smell. The array of physical sensations available to me also includes pain, hunger, thirst, tiredness, injury, sickness, fear, apprehension and pleasure. In this way I experience myself, others and the world around me.
If you ask me what am I? I am Pradip Parajuli and was born in Nepal. When I was a child, I always wanted to be a doctor or an engineer in order to earn handsome money. Now, I realize that I was completely wrong to belief in phrase, i.e. “Learning is Earning.” Neither I have become a doctor nor an engineer. I believe in altruism and eager to help others. But I am pretty much satisfied with what I am now. I am fond of watching movies based on reality. I love to read and write. I find uniqueness in each individual and every person I meet is my great guru. I never try to impress others by my work and behavior in order to be liked and get favoritism. I believe in myself and happy to be what I am. In other words, I accept exactly what I am. I am very much impressed by Einstein’s saying, “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”
As a LIFE COACH PRACTITIONER
I have been in helping profession since 10 years. I consider myself as a new Life Coach practitioner. Yet prior to becoming a Life Coach, I spent 5 years working as a Counselor; and before that I used to work as a Social Worker and Program Manager in a Non-governmental Organization. I am practicing Counseling as well as Life Coaching. From the get-go, I loved life coaching. As I kept going and trained in Counseling, Hypnotherapy, NLP, Life Coaching (Beginner to Advanced), my belief that I had found my niche in life was cemented. That niche is to help people get unstuck and find more purpose and enjoyment in their lives.
I genuinely do understand when clients say they’re looking for a change, but don’t know what it is yet or how to achieve it. Because I have been there, done that and thankfully was lucky enough to walk away to now be doing a job where I never have to think “Thank God it’s Friday (TGIF).”
“THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO WAIT 10 YEARS LIKE I DID TO GET UNSTUCK IN YOUR LIFE.”