My name is Sarah Nazim and I'm a multi-disciplinary creator. I am the founder of emotive, a brand that is driven by my passions and desires, because I believe that life is too short to live any other way! This means that nothing is off the table for me when it comes to my creative expression. Along with my creative projects is the desire to help people, which is why I launched my coaching services.
It has taken me years to become the woman that I am today-- but one that I am proud of. From a young age, I have always felt different and much more mature than those around me. As an INFJ personality type, I have strong intuitive abilities and my knowledge and inner strength is self-taught. I have overcome the worst of times on my own, because I was able to slow down and make sense of what was going on around me. However, I decided to build on those abilities by furthering my education and becoming a Certified Coach.
I realized on my journey that life is full of highs and lows and that our struggles bond us, but also bring us closer to remembering who we are and our purpose in the world. We are all such complex and yet simplistic beings. At the most fundamental level we all have an innate desire to be understood and loved.
I decided to venture into the online course world so that I can help as many people as possible. My main area of focus at the moment is on Perpetual Singlehood, a subject that I feel receives very little acknowledgement and many are suffering in silence. I know this for a fact because I struggled with it for years and I felt invisible, unwanted and behind in life.
I don't believe in sugar coating, my coaching approach is upfront and we get to the heart of the issue so that my clients have the strength and tenacity to navigate the world we live in. I don't tell you what you want to hear, I tell you what you need to!
I am a firm believer that emotional independence is a survival skill that we are all capable of cultivating. It's fundamental to our well being during times of crisis and adversity. However, we are not taught how to think for ourselves or adapt to change and for this reason many struggle because they are not equipped with coping mechanisms.