It is tough to categorise YK as a mentor or a coach or a friend. I would describe him more like a light house or a constellation. As an extremely successful professional himself, he can relate to real life situations, unlike any coach. I could go on and on about the time with YK, the bond and the changes it bought to my life.
The corporate connect:
YK helps you by understanding your work environment The technique of YK is not to understand who your colleagues are, it’s more around what you are, what makes you behave the way you do in a group, what belief needs to be changed for you to be a part of the group, how can you bring that change in your belief system. YK works on the fundamentals, not on the exterior, he will hold you and walk a path, which will make you see the “You”, not the you, who you thought you were, but the real “You”. In today’s world where work satisfaction, success at work is almost success in life, YK will help ease out the journey, by making you realise life holistically.
YK is passionate about what he does and makes sure to be available whenever the client requires. This is no run off the mill, boiler plate, coach, it’s heavily customised for “You”, he understands human motivation, it’s links to values and belief systems, at certain dire moments, he would even tell you things which will make you let go, drop it in a minute and walk away, where in without his intervention, you would sulk around for months. YK is there for you, and that’s what coaching is all about.
- Basically, these are the three things that happened to me:
- I do not beat myself up anymore: This is a big deal, this actually changed the vicious cycle of depression in me, which I myself used to trigger
- I know that there is something called limitations: I have learned that I cannot do a million things at a time
- Am more Self-aware: I know what I do and the reason behind it, I know why I shop sporadically, Why I zone out in a conversation, I know why I cannot focus for longer duration, and since I know, now am managing it, rather than the patterns driving me.