Tina Kothari: Keep Learning

My guest today is a remarkable lady. Tina Kothari.

Born in India, Tina grew up in the UK, and, on completing a degree in Philosophy, entered the world of commerce and banking to become a company director by the age of 26.Following a period as a full-time mother, I then qualified as a counsellor and as a trainer in Humanistic Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Psychotherapy.

Tina Kothari: Keep Learning

Over time Tina developed expertise in working with addictions, eating disorders, and trauma. Tina describes her time working in a war-torn Croatia and how it gave her another perspective on life.Tina says she’s worked in people development for over 26 years, and this has led her into boardrooms and large organisations delivering bespoke programmes among executive leaders where she has become a renowned mentor and advisor to many leaders we know today.

What’s even more inspiring is TIna’s work with Anotherway Now, an organisation she founded with the focus on shining a light on human rights issues. They create events that bring various topics that are otherwise unknown to many, to light. It is harrowing what is going on in the world and by making people aware of this, we can begin to find a solution.

In part two we talk about what real messages Tina would share with the world and she advises us on how to take on the challenges of 2021. Titna really hit home to me to embrace that level of madness we all have in our lives, and always continue to learn, no matter what.


If you take on each day with the mindset of ‘what am I going to learn today’ it opens up so many possibilities that we may have closed off from before.Tina is doing amazing things with Anotherwaynow.

Please add them on Instagram and reach out if there’s anything from the topics we discussed in this episode, you’d like to understand more.Don’t forget to subscribe to stay up to date.

For information on human rights issues that Anotherway now support head to https://www.anotherwaynow.org/

Any questions you may have please feel free to drop me a mail stephen@whatmakesyoutick.net

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