Feb 21, 2022
EVERYONE'S LIFE IS AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY, IS YOURS WORTH READING?
On this episode we are joined by Sam Thiara. Sam is a multi talented individual, he is a professor, a storyteller, mentor, and entrepreneur just to name a few. On this episode Sam shares many insights and a very personal story about travelling to India to find his roots. We discuss:
Turning something ordinary into something extraordinary
Your personal foundation
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Sam's website: http://sam-thiara.com
Sam Thiara is a professional who has created a personal
journey as a storyteller, writer, workshop facilitator, problem
solver, educator and entrepreneur. His goal is to engage
individuals in their personal and professional development and was
recognized by the Governor General of Canada for his work in the
hundreds of individuals he has mentored and the thousands he has
engaged. Added to this are the 45+ non-profits that he has worked
with over the years.
Presently, Sam is the Founder and Chief Motivating Officer at Ignite the Dream Coaching and Consulting, a platform that engages his audience to define their path. A key element is transformational practices where he is an expert in youth career coaching and supports teams and organizations in corporate alignment. He co-founded a youth career platform that has gone nationwide.
He is a lecturer at the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University where he blends academic and professional experiences into a rich environment that captivates his audience. Finally, he is an accomplished and sought after speaker and has two TEDx talks to his name and speaks at conferences, seminars and workshops about 30-35 times a year. Added to his speaking is the book he recently wrote a book called, ‘Lost and Found: Seeking the Past and Finding Myself’. It focuses on his journey to India to find his ancestral roots with little else than a faded photograph and determination. The book is also about realizing one’s cultural identity because many struggle with understanding who they are.
Sam’s signature tagline is, “Everyone’s life is an autobiography, make yours worth reading.”