There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
I grew up reading and listening to words; words, that I never took lightly. While my friends would only read the words and occasionally think about them, I had to live and experience them. This experimenting and experiencing led me to believe that everything in our world is a narrative, an idea. The question is not whether we believe it or not; the point is what this narrative does to us or makes us be. My purpose is to bring awareness to the right narrative, through the right question or idea for our collective growth.
Komal mentored and coached long before she knew of herself to be a coach. In her 15 year long career in the Global Mobility Industry, she moved from the feeling of being stuck to absolutely falling in love with her work and all aspects of it, including its challenges. Finding a deep connection with the value in her work made her the star for her organization and her clients alike. She finds immense joy and pride in supporting her clients walk the paths to their own success and transformation.
She is a curious learner and has explored and practiced coaching through various approaches: Positive psychology; Neuro Linguistic Programming; Somatic; and Ontological enquiry. Her personal quest brought her to the exploration and appreciation of ancient philosophies, which she continues to learn from and bring in her coaching practice as well.
While her doctorate, corporate experience, and coach training brings method and structure in her practice, being a parent and a child at heart helps her be naturally curious, compassionate, and flexible in her approach.
Komal is an active member of ICF Toronto Chapter and volunteers on several committees including the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee, and coach connect programs. She volunteers for the Youth Coaching and Mentoring and is also a volunteer coach with Up with Woman (an organization on a mission to help recently homeless and at-risk women build a sustainable pathway out of Poverty).