Coach Interview Series: Mony Singh

by Brandon

Mony Singh

Author & Life Coach

Our main objective here at the National Coach Academy is to enable aspiring coaches to reach their full professional potential. One of the most effective ways to educate students about the world of coaching is by offering them a window into the world of real, practicing coaches and showing them all the different ways coaches make a difference in the lives of their clients.

We hope today’s interview adds another insightful glimpse into the dynamic world of coaching.

Today we are interviewing Mony Singh. Mony is a Life Coach and author of the book White Lies Dark Truth.

NCA: Can you describe your coaching practice and the kinds of clients you typically work with?

Mony: My coaching is based on out of the box thinking, I do not go by the book. Each client is unique and has brought unique karma and challenges into this life so one system cannot be applied on every client. Before I start coaching them I decode their physical features using the science of body features that was blessed to me by my guru when I was 18 years old.

This science is so powerful that the Sheriff of my county wanted me to teach it to his detectives, I have dedicated one chapter on this science in my book “White Lies Dark Truth”. Using this science I give them insights into their lives as to how they have been living this life. There are tons of secrets hidden in the human features that indicate the inner workings of body-mind-spirit. Then I move on their birth chart using Vedic Astrology which is another powerful system to know ones karmic plan.

From this point onwards my Life coaching starts balancing between what they want in life and what they need to direct the course of their lives to a better future. I work with all kinds of clients who have an open mind and heart to understand me.

NCA: What initially got you interested in this career path and what kind of degree or certifications did you need to complete, if any?

Mony: I believe Life coaching is an inborn ability that you bring with you just like music. Even if I spend the rest of my life in learning music, I can never be a good singer, maybe, at the best I would be able to entertain a small gathering with few songs that I have practiced over the years but if someone would request a specific song I would be at loss. I have no degrees or certifications.

My Life coaching starts balancing between what they want in life and what they need to direct the course of their lives to a better future.

NCA: What is the most rewarding part of your career?

Mony: Inner satisfaction, When I am able to help transform peoples lives, I feel that I have taken this birth for a specific purpose and I am doing my best to fulfill that purpose

NCA: What is the most challenging aspect of the work that you do?

Mony: Figuring out the needs of my clients and helping them understand the difference between desires and needs. Some clients come with economy class karma but they want to travel first class when it comes to living this life without putting much effort. Making them understand their potential, helping them drop their castles in the air and helping them ground is quite tough as majority has too much expectations from life. However, they lack the intellect, the confidence and determination to set goals and reach their goals.

NCA: Can you think of mentor who was most vital to your success as a coach? In what ways did this mentor help you to thrive in your career?

Mony: Never had an outside mentor. I can say with confidence that I have mentored myself into being a Life coach.

NCA: Finally, what advice would you give someone looking to get started in the career path that you chose?

Mony: Be open, use common sense and be extremely convincing when it comes to life coaching

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