LIFE SKILLS TRAINER & MENTOR
Hey I really appreciate you wanting to know more about me! Well, I am Dhara J. Rajpara.
I have been conducting training workshops since 18 years of age (2012) and have trained more than 6000 people - Entrepreneurs, Corporates, Professionals, Homemakers, Kids & Teenagers. I am humbled to have been often associated as an "Inspiration to all age groups of people."
My vision is to inspire people of the World to live a life full of Freedom, Excitement, Enjoyment, Enthusiasm & Self Confidence.
As mentioned earlier, currently, I am on a mission to help Sales Professionals & Entrepreneurs bridge the gap between Learning & Implementation through training workshops & mentoring. I am also passionate towards contributing in revolutionizing the field of Education & Parenting.
I believe that learning 5 things and implementing them all is way better than learning 10 thousand things and implementing none. So implementation and achievement, which is what my life has been, is my major area of focus for helping people with.
Being invited as a Keynote Speaker for many business organizations & associations like JCI Marine Lines, ICSI, Pen & Stationery Association of India & many more, I have conducted trainings & sessions on subjects like Art of Enrolment, How to be an Inspiring mother, Why is my Sales team not performing, from 1 man show to Entrepreneurship, Business post Covid, etc.
I strongly believe and promote the idea that "Jo bhi karo, Mazaa aana chaiye" which means seek joy in whatever you do. If the path you are walking on - both its pros and cons, bring you joy, it's the right direction for you.
Having a strong need to explore and reach my full potential, I have had the privilege to work in a Gujrati Cinema "Chitkar" as a Supporting Actress. I am a student of Psychology & also a Certified Digital Marketer!
I love music so in my spare time I cultivate my hobby of playing the keys & guitar. I am fond of the mountains and love to spend time in Nature, go hiking & do road trips!
Most importantly, I hate it when people pronounce my name as "Dhaaraa"(धारा), it is Dhara(धरा) not Dhaaraa(धारा) ;)