Collective Leader Spotlight with Nira Lall

Collective Leader Spotlight with Nira Lall

Describe your business/career/what you do in a few sentences.

I guide women to heal so deeply and meaningfully that their life and relationships begin to reflect total wholeness along with inner and outer alignment. I like to call this work, reclaiming the Inner Sun. You’ll work through the dark aspects within, so that you can elevate all areas of your life, receive more of what you desire, and say goodbye to negative mind chatter and subconscious patterns (in a lasting way!) that are holding you where you no longer wish to be.

What sets you apart from other entrepreneurs/companies in your line of work?

It’s been a long journey. I’ve been consciously on this path for 19 years and have been working as a coach for 10 years. In that time, I’ve witnessed and worked through the idea that life has to be a hustle and a grind. Overtime, this idea becomes painful because it is in opposition to who we are. Our beings long to feel aligned, calm and connected. As a culture, we need to shift and re-remember that we are ALREADY whole, worthy, and deserving of love. A lot of the rhetoric out there, however well meaning, further fuels our mind rather than our heart. We constantly hear that we need to be, do and have more. This idea of “more” is often rooted in comparison to others and NOT the truth within our own hearts. We are told we need to push and power through. Yes, we need to face our discomfort in order to evolve into the more that we want, but it doesn’t have to be forced and disconnected from ourselves. This is how my work is different than a lot of what is out there. We look deep within and unpack the stories that have led to disconnection, loneliness, anxiety, worry and so on. We unravel all of that, give it space, honour what it taught you, and then create new beliefs, habits and patterns that support you in thriving in an authentic and aligned way.

What would you say are the top three skills needed to be a successful entrepreneur/business?

Trial and error. Be willing to try new things all the time. Failure is just feedback and an opportunity to learn and pivot until you find the groove that truly works for you.
Be willing to be controversial. Know who you are, what you value and what you stand for. People are drawn to this. We can’t possibly be everyone’s favourite flavour, but when we let our unique selves be known the people that do resonate with you will be magnetized by the clarity of who you are and your willingness to back yourself.

Know your numbers. Be willing to understand the inflow and outflow of cash in your business. Focus on the things that will generate revenue and help you feel grounded so that you are tapped into abundance rather than fear.

What book has inspired you the most? (OR What is your favorite book?)

Sacred Contract by Caroline Myss
You Are the Placebo by Dr. Joe Dispenza
Mary Magdalene Revealed by Meggan Watterson

What accomplishment are you most proud of? (either for you as an entrepreneur, or your company)

I am most proud of my openness and willingness to listen to my inner knowing. This IS and continues to be my most important accomplishment and focus. This inner knowing has led to many pivots and intuitively guided decisions. I can say with total integrity that the steps I’ve taken in my life and business from this place of self-trust have been the ones that have led to the most success and serendipitous opportunities.


Nira is a Coach for Women. She uses deeply healing methodologies, leading edge coaching tools and the wisdom of ancient mysteries to help women overcome abandonment and self-worth issues so that they can thrive.

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