We had the good fortune of connecting with Kisma Orbovich and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Kisma, how do you think about risk?
I’m a risk-taker, but a smart one. I think this comes from my days as a professional classical flutist. Every concert (and even every rehearsal) there was a risk of being criticized by the conductor or my peers if I didn’t play well. In the orchestra world, perfect is the norm, so I developed a strong mindset. Now I look at risk as easy. The work I do is centered around prosperous thought and Universal Laws. Once we understand that we are magnificent creators of our reality, risk diminished. We become accountable and know that if something didn’t work out, and we created it, we can re-create it.
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
My business is coaching and training, specifically around success using prosperous thought and Universal Laws. I coach a lot on mindset and success strategies, but what sets me apart from other coaches is the deep spiritual study I do and share with my clients and students. It’s been said I help entrepreneurs increase their 7 figures and I help millionaires find peace of mind through working with the spiritual laws. I got to where I am today through focus, study, and belief. We are who we believe we are to be, and once an entrepreneur loses belief in themself, the business is disrupted. I avoid the idea that something is easy or hard, it just is. Our perception is key and we must remember that if there is a problem, there is an unfolding solution. The most significant lesson I’ve learned along the way (and continue to learn) is that when we set our intention on a goal, it may appear before us in ways we never thought it would. Being in receptivity to see the opportunities around us and say yes to them, is key. I’d like the world to know that the foundation of my work as a coach, teacher and trainer is ancient teachings. They are time tested and never fail.
Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
Whoa- I’m actually a hermit. 😉 Fun for me is reading philosophy and old books on higher thought. But if I were to have my best friend here visiting, I’d love to take a day and visit Dragon Herbs in West Hollywood https://www.dragonherbs.com, and walk around Venice Beach for people watching. I’m a lover of really good vegan food, so Cafe Gratitude is usually on my list. Down in Encinitas, I love GoodOnYa, a family run healthy restaurant. They make an iced coffee called Iced Naughty.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I had a pivotal moment in my life when I first went to India to study at the Vedanta Academy in Lonavala Hills. I had just opened my yoga studio, and after decades of being a musician, I knew I didn’t know a thing. This was the beginning of life long learning with Swami Parthasarathy, founder of the Vedanta Academy and best-selling author. Every morning, I continue to study an listen to his teachings. Without this aspect of spirituality, I would not have the success I have. With deep gratitude, I stay in awe of him and his teachings.
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