Mission: Help 1 Million people to become Happier, Energetic, Lighter & Prosperous
Motivational Speaker, International Trainer
17 years in the training & selling space and has held management positions in Health-care & Wellness Industry.
NLP Trainer/therapist NFNLP USA,
Neurofeedback & Biofeedback Trainer
Specialist in Neuroscience-Yogic Science-Management Science, Pharmaceutical Science
Murali has successfully trained more than 75,000 Professionals, Executives & Students on Personal, Managerial & Leadership Effectiveness, Organizational Development, Peak Performance & Wellness
He is the Director & Happyness Coach of Excel People Centric Solutions Pvt ltd, based at Chennai.
He is the co-creator of Breath@Work - Program for Peak Performance & Well-being
He is the Co-Founder of TGR-Happyness Cirlce - an Initiative to help people realize their goals
Blends Yogic Science-Neuro Science-Management Science
Enjoys Changing Human Behaviour
Vast experience over different domains, geographies and methodologies
Avid reader and learner with hands-on experience in varied arts & disciplines
Will definitely move your Body and soul.
Will force you to look into areas that you may want to ignore
FuNLP – Fun Neuro Linguistic Programming
Breathing, Yoga, Hypnosis, Creative Visualization, Magic, Music & dance
Interactive, experiential sessions, either indoors or out, that Invokes latent/primal energy
* Personal & Organization Effectiveness Workshops
* Train the Trainer Certification workshops
* Success Mastery Bootcamp
* Leadership Mastery
* Team Build & Motivation
* Goals & Achievement
* Stress Management
* Life Skills Mastery
* Work-Life Balance
* Two Day MBA Certification workshop for Entrepreneurs & Sales Professionals
* Peak Performance Coaching & Consulting
on Aug. 31, 2013 :
I slowed down as I read the mindfulness exercises. I love the idea of creating a room in my head in such a visual manner.
The book recaptured the spirit of the now that I had lost with so many works to perform.
Even though I knew it was short, I wanted more. Yet, after concentrating on an exercise or two, it was just enough.
(review of free book)