1- Can you please describe yourself in a few words.
Hello, my name is Nina Urman. I am a mompreneur, facilitator, speaker and the founder of both Dream Dare Act and InsideOut Circles. (https://www.insideout-circles.com/)
Also, I am a Russian-German former professional tennis player and I have been living in Paris for the last 7 years with my husband and our 6 children. My mission in life is to elevate the level of collective consciousness for a better world through self-awareness and connection.
2- What one-word describes the essence or quality you want to experience in your life to feel fulfilled?
3- In your daily life, what motivates you to do your very best?
I strongly believe that our external reality is just a mirror, a reflection of what is happening inside of us. Our relationships, experience, and dreams are just appearances of our inner worlds. I believe in life from the INSIDE OUT and I practice it every day. Based on what I have seen, too many people eventually become sick, stressed, overwhelmed or just plain dissatisfied with their reality.
Today I work with women who are longing to find more passion, fulfillment, and joy in their lives. My purpose is to help them create more awareness by becoming more conscious of their limited beliefs in order to rewrite their stories powerfully. The main purpose behind this is so they can thrive from within and manifest their own true desires.
4. What is your secret to empower others?
My secret to empowerment is to create a safe, reliable and supportive environment for the people who decide to vulnerably share from the heart. I give them permission and encouragement to drop their masks and become both more authentic, and real. The answer to doing so is simply by holding a space and listening with the eyes, in other words, closely observing.
I strongly believe that our power comes from inside of us. Once we reconnect with our inner wisdom, we then move onto balance and harmony. It is an enormous privilege to be able to see the phenomenal potential of another human being and also to be able to help guide them through their various challenges.
5. What is your hope for the planet?
My hope for the planet is to attain a higher level of collective consciousness and a better understanding of our profound universal connection.
From the outside, we all look extremely different: cultures, skin colors, languages, social status… but on the inside, we all want the same: to feel safe, loved, seen, and supported.
As Gandhi once said, « we need to be the change we want to see in the world ».
All in all, we need to trust both ourselves and others. We need to live with mutual respect towards one another. Lastly, we need to be kind and love people for who they truly are.
By Mayshad Team