Ora’s two decades of training and practice as both a Life Coach and certified Mindfulness meditation instructor has helped thousands of people overcome the blocks and hindrances of limited and negative thinking, so they can live their lives as their most real, authentic selves.
Ora Nadrich is a Mindfulness, Meditation, and Transformational teacher. She is the founder & president of The Institute for Transformational Thinking (IFTT), and author of Says Who? How One Simple Question Can Change the Way You Think Forever, and Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity.
Q: What would you like to see your team accomplish in 2019?
I would like to see my online Thought Coach Certification Training Program to continue reaching people internationally. It's exciting to see this new area of coaching catch on so quickly, and have so many graduates all over the world wanting to coach others on how to transform their negative and fear-based thoughts. My team and I are working on having the program available on demand. We're also working on turning my new book; Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity into an online program, and retreat workshop.
My mother taught me how to be fearless in going after what you want, and making the most out of every single moment of your life.
~ Ora Nadrich
Q: Who is your role model or hero?
My mother. Not only is she an extraordinary mom, but after she raised four children, she opened a domestic employment agency, and became one of the most successful agents in her field. She taught me how to be fearless in going after what you want, and making the most out of every single moment of your life. She is the most dynamic, loving woman I know.
Q: What is your favorite book?
Carl Jung’s The Undiscovered Self: The Dilemma of the Individual in Modern Society.
Q: Do you use any specific method or system to run daily operations?
Group cohesiveness is key for running things effectively and smoothly. I feel that the best way for that to happen is to implement Mindfulness, which is a practice I teach, and require others to adhere to. Essentially, it means that everyone on my team is present, undistracted, and mindful of how they are interacting with one another, which creates a much more productive working environment.
Live more in the present moment with acceptance and self-love.
~ Ora Nadrich
Q: Looking back - if you could advise a younger version of yourself to do something different - what would it be?
Live more in the present moment with acceptance and self-love, and not worry as much about the future.