ABOUT CYNTHIA PINGA
I remember my first non-fiction book I read The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey. That book changed a lot of things. The way I think, the way I did things and how it made me to act more proactively to achieve what I want in life.
From then on, I started reading more self-development books, attending seminars and workshops that can help me grow as a person. Along the way, I had some issues like deciding what degree to do and what career to take on. I didn’t just want to do any degree just because my parents, teachers or friends wanted me to. I wanted to do something that I would feel happy about. Eventually, I completed a BSc in Physics and pursued my MBA. But still, not too happy with it thereafter. I felt that I was made for something more. I knew I wanted to start up my own company but wasn’t exactly sure what to pursue.
Somehow, I always felt like it was a calling for me to inspire and help people. Again, help people with what, I had no idea. I spoke to a coach one day and he said perhaps I should be a Happiness Coach. That instantly resonated with me because at the end of the day, I want people to clear out those roadblocks that’s getting in the way of happiness.
I believe that life should be colourful and learning is endless. The many colours in life indicates the different experiences that we experience. It can’t just be black or white. As I continuously learn to improve myself and move on to the next level, I’ve come across many principles, theories and concepts.
As a Certified Happiness Coach, I believe I have found my purpose to help you be more of your true self and to live a more fulfilled and joyful life. I will help you to clear up the roadblocks that are in your way towards living the happy life you desire.