Ashutosh Mishra is a life coach, motivational speaker and published author. He has over twenty years of corporate experience in global banks like Goldman Sachs, Deustche Bank and ANZ. Ashutosh is an avid reader, blogger and writes regularly on Quora. He also likes to run, exercise and meditate.
Ashutosh has published two books with very reputed publishers. First book – Happiness is All We Want – is a self help book helping people live a healthy and fulfilling life. His second book – Bankers’ Game is a roller coaster story of corporate professionals and corporate politics.
Through his books, blogs and talks, Ashutosh has motivated thousands of people to take charge of their lives and work towards realizing their dreams.
Ashutosh is an alumnus of XLRI Jamshedpur and IIT Delhi.
A large number of us began loving what we do, however as we advanced in our vocation, we began being increasingly more discontent with our profession decision.
Advancing in our profession normally implies an accentuation on investing energy at work, versus time for different things. We begin to contemplate whether we would be more joyful in the event that we had more companions and a more joyful family in the event that we had invested our energy out of the workplace all things considered. Yet, we are hesitant to despise our employment in light of the fact that our profession has been a particularly enormous piece of our character that in the event that we disdain our vocation, it is like detesting ourselves. Analysts call this enmeshment with your vocation. As a rule, it is utilized to portray the obscured limits between 2 individuals. Notwithstanding, for this situation, it is among you and your profession. Being enmeshed in methods, your personality can't be grown freely.
At the point when you take part in any extraordinary movement for an incredible lion's share of your waking hours, that action will in general turn out to be increasingly more key to your character. It dislodges different exercises that you may relate to. For a few of us, our vocation accomplishments are profoundly esteemed in our family or network. There is high worth set upon proficient and monetary accomplishments. We dread disappointment and will make our family disengage with us. Also, accordingly this drives our personality to be more work centered.