Turning Fear into Happiness with Azmina Jiwa. In this episode, my guest, Azmina, explains how she got into coaching and helps her clients turn their fears into happiness.

Listen in as she explains her biggest fear and how she managed to turn her life around during menopause!

Azmina goes on to dissect what a comfort zone is and how to slowly start stepping out of the comfort zone. I really enjoyed this part because she explains comfort zone as the familiarity zone where just because we are okay with it we don't pursue anything else. She then goes on to share 3 tools to live a happier life that worked for her and her clients.

You won't want to miss this amazing, light-hearted, power-packed interview!

Visit her website: www.feartohappiness.co.uk

At the beginning of this interview I mention my FREE group coaching program: Resilient Master Champion Program (RCMP) that starts April 27. Check it out HERE!

Zaheen Nanji is a Resilience Champion and trains people and organizations on how to build their resilience muscle so it becomes a first reflex in times of change and challenge.

You were very easy to deal with. Pleasant manner, tone of voice and easy to speak to.  You kind of have the voice and demeanor that make people "want" to talk with you. Once people know your story, they want to talk to you more, perhaps to grab a bit of your strength and positive attitude in their own lives.  I find you to have a caring way about you. Concerned for others and how you can help them be better at being them.

Leanne Carpenter

Office of the Chief Administrative Officer - Town of Stony Plain

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You were very easy to deal with. Pleasant manner, tone of voice and easy to speak to.  You kind of have the voice and demeanor that make people "want" to talk with you. Once people know your story, they want to talk to you more, perhaps to grab a bit of your strength and positive attitude in their own lives.  I find you to have a caring way about you. Concerned for others and how you can help them be better at being them.

Leanne Carpenter

Office of the Chief Administrative Officer - Town of Stony Plain

Zaheen Nanji is a Resilience Champion and trains people and organizations on how to build their resilience muscle so it becomes a first reflex in times of change and challenge.

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