Harry Gandhi

Sugar, distractions, and contempt of executive coaches.

We live in a world of distractions and platitudes. We are constantly chasing “sugar-y” emotions - all flavour, no substance - and this has prevented us from getting to know ourselves.

This state of living disconnected from our body and mind has led most of us to experience a myriad of subtle dissonances and angst - not being able to let go; temptations of mimetic or disingenuous motivations; avoiding hard conversations; feeling lonely; mistrusting our partner/s; fear of taking personal leaps or breaking norms - and most chilling - not achieving our fullest potential.

Over the years, I’ve seen so many people struggle with dissonances like these, who go to a therapist or “so-called” executive coach only to be underwhelmed by how generic (and of little use) their advice is.

I am not an executive coach, nor a professional development specialist, and most definitely not a spiritual guru - most of them are quite terrible actually. Instead I am just a human who happens to be an ex-founder that has a deep affinity for understanding and improving the human condition.

It has been this affinity that has helped the dozens of founders, seasoned executives, and the “square pegs in round holes”-types work through their dissonances - all the while navigating the nooks and crannies of their minds.

If you think I can help you, book a 30-min call with me to see if we can work together.