“We have a moral obligation to become the very best person possible with our God-given talents.” – Dr. Tom Hill
You’ve probably heard this advice time and time again: Know your destination, work hard, and stay the course.
Are you at it?
With your head down and chugging along, hoping and wishing it all turns out as you expect?
The problem is that this approach might lead you astray and leave you feeling empty. You might realize that you’ve reached a dead end or—even worse—that the destination offers nothing you had imagined it would.
Change has always been a part of life, but it’s now hit us at an accelerated rate, and most of us (especially the Millenials and Gen Zs) are left to our own devices to swim upstream. We must always be on the go and in the know without truly understanding who we are and what opportunities call to us. It’s exhausting.
Can you say YES to any of these questions below?
- Do you feel stuck and lost?
- Are you overwhelmed?
- Do you have more to offer but need some guidance?
- Do you yearn to be amongst people who understand you, accept you for who you are, support you, and cheer you on?
If that’s the case, then the Resourceful You program is for you. We support and guide you to build strong foundations that will take you from feeling lost to feeling energized and resourceful, so you can live life to its fullest. We help you become the best version of yourself, so you can do what you love while being rewarded for it and change lives in the process.
The Resourceful You program combines coaching, mentoring, and mastermind meetings to help you create huge shifts in your life and the lives of your peers, who go through the program with you. The program includes:
- Bi-weekly coaching sessions
- Bi-weekly mastermind sessions
- Worksheets and reading lists
- Accountability partners
- “Ask me” sessions with experts
- An invitation to the annual Eagle Summit
- And more
How much does the program cost?
Make a Long-Term Investment on Yourself
10 1-hour coaching Package
(To be completed within 4 months)
(Adapting to Change needs TIME & PATIENCE!)
Sudiksha is a multi-talented professional who has found an out-of-the-box solution to empowering our youth to create careers and futures that inspire them to achieve great things.
I had the joy of mentoring Sudiksha and have seen firsthand how she walks her talk. She is an incredibly self-aware, observant and thoughtful person who is able to bring out a person’s strengths, areas of growth and opportunities for their career advancement. And she does it with a tremendous amount of compassion, nonjudgment and tailored-to-you strategies.
Sudiksha knows how to work with the often uncomfortable space of a young adult not knowing what they want to do with their future and instead of telling them what to do, she has a gift at inspiring them to find the answers through their own discovery. I strongly recommend Sudiksha for any school or parent who wants to give their kids the best shot at developing an entrepreneurial mindset that will help them forge their own path to a successful career and future.”.
Dr. Sudiksha Joshi saw my book before I did. She read my blogs and identified common themes and showed me how they could come together as a book. With her support and practical advice, I published Say the Wrong Thing: Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community this summer. Sudiksha has advised me on ways to promote my book, including a recorded interview and and facebook advertising. Most important, Sudiksha consistently helps me to move from being overwhelmed to being productive. She provides strategic communication advice with a warm heart.
Sudiksha is an attentive and compassionate coach! She helped me to identify strengths and practical skills that align with my future goals. She provided me with effective resources that expanded my knowledge on student mentoring and life skills. Sudiksha is a strategic and analytical thinker, who also understands current trends in education. I admire her holistic approach to personal development and coaching. She continues to guide me actively as I navigate my career trajectory.
You have ability to see potential beyond the present outlook.
You can see gold when people only see dirt.
I am blessed to call Dr. Sudiksha Joshi a friend, mentor and life coach. In her uniquely patient and subtle demeanor she guided me through it all. I genuinely feel because of her coaching I started asking questions fearlessly and without shame. I learned I got things done faster that way. And I have picked up so many new skills because of it, this month I successfully negotiated a $20K raise.
Emily Z., Data Scientist