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62. Mira Patel – on learning the value of hard work, and why teenagers need a helping hand

62. Mira Patel – on learning the value of hard work, and why teenagers need a helping hand

We’ve often talked on this podcast about how our upbringing shapes our attitudes to work, ambition and success. Mira Patel’s parents ran a newsagent, and she started working in the shop at an early age, before forging a successful career in HR. She understands the value of hard work and determination in building a business. She stepped away the HR world to train in neurolinguistic programming, and she founded her company, Prana Coaching in 2019. She now specialises in coaching young people through their teenage years, equipping them with the tools and skills they need to navigate the modern world.

Mira is one of the most accomplished women I know, seamlessly managing her business, motherhood, a house build, fundraising challenges galore and organising huge events for the Gujarati Cultural Society in Brighton. She’s quite the tour de force, and one of the kindest people you could hope to meet.

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Mira’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/prana_coaching/

Mira’s website: https://www.pranacoaching.co.uk 

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