It is at the time (or It is when we are faced with) ordinary obstacles that we have the opportunity to change the trajectory of our lives. We can take the everyday obstacles and turn them into purpose and use them for good. Oftentimes, we are forced in one direction or another and in those times, we can take a leap forward and create the beautiful life we want with what we have been handed. Instead of feeling stuck, we can take those obstacles and use them to propel ourselves forward. A lot of this is mindset and using the tools we can cultivate within. The cliché of “We only have one life here” makes it even more necessary that we walk into our greatest selves and make it worth living.
- Start thinking about the traits you need to cultivate in order to overcome obstacles that seem to get
in your way
- Lessons I learned along the way that I wish I understood at an early age
- Practice the “muscles” that lead to resilience
Speaker Nesha Pai ,is the founder of Pai CPA, PLLC in Charlotte, NC. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from NC State University and has held her CPA license since 1996, after passing her first attempt at the exam as a senior. She began her career and cultivated her passion for helping businesses within the world-renowned accounting firm Arthur Andersen, and later within multiple, privately held Fortune 500 companies as a business consultant, relationship facilitator, and accounting analyst. She realized she had a strong pull towards the small business and entrepreneurial sector.
Since starting her own firm in 2011, Nesha has continued nourishing her vision and the business growth of the Queen City by creating Pai Networking Group in 2017, and launching a podcast series, ‘Piece of the Pai,’ that focuses on successful Charlotte entrepreneurs sharing their business insights. In January 2020 , Nesha published her book “Overcoming Ordinary Obstacles”, which won the award in the Multicultural Non-Fiction category by the American Book Fest. She has been a Charlotte resident since 1993, and was named as one of the Top 50 Most Influential Women of 2020 in the Mecklenburg Times. Nesha has also been awarded the Emerging Leader Award from Career Mastered Magazine. She is a proud mom of a son graduating in Engineering from her alma mater, NC State University.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who wants to continue to walk into their purpose and greatness.