Empower your destiny

By Our Reporter
Who's Who of Melbourne's Indian Community 2017
Barinderjeet Kaur

Barinderjeet Kaur—Entrepreneur

In 2007, two years after Barinderjeet Kaur and husband Sukhmeet arrived in Australia, they established Angad Australian Institute of Technology. And there has been no looking back since, says Barinderjeet, a clinical psychologist by qualification.

“My life is a beautiful example of ‘believing’. I grew up watching my parents give unconditional support to everyone around them and I consider myself lucky as I married into a family with the same values. What I am today is because of my family. What you believe in, you manifest, and you receive it,” she says.

Despite all her success, Barinderjeet believes the most important moments in her career are when she saw her clients achieve their goals. “That is because I define growth as helping others grow,” she says. “I believe God has given every one of us the ability to achieve anything in life, but it is up to us to unlock our true potential. This was the reason I founded “Empower your Destiny”, so I could help people achieve a higher purpose in life.”

A different side

I believe: The moment you value yourself, the whole world values you [Harbhajan Singh Yogi]

What I love about Australia: It’s a home away from home

What I love about India: Its rich culture

Favourite Melbourne hang-out: Sanctuary Lakes and Wyndham harbour

A must-read: The Magic by Rhonda Byrne

My advice to entrepreneurs: Never give up on your dreams. You have the ability to achieve anything in life

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