Transformative growth through small wins
Mehrnaz has lived, worked, and studied in Japan, Iran, England, and Canada. Her studies and life abroad exposed her to different cultures and customs that shaped her understanding of the world in a unique way.
She learned quickly that it’s important to learn the customs of a country in order to connect with its people. For example, in Iran, slurping and loud munching are considered poor table manners whereas in Japan it’s a form of showing respect and demonstrates you’re enjoying the food.
Mehrnaz believes inspiring talks and speeches require the same trait. She speaks the audience’s language, whether it’s getting rid of technical jargon and replacing it with layman’s terms or using examples to share her knowledge in a way that your audience can drink it in.
What if reaching your goals was much simpler than you thought?
What if it didn’t require the motivation, inspiration, talent, smarts or resources that you think?
What if—just by creating the smallest progress, repeatedly—you could put yourself on the path to achieving any ambition?
The good news is, you can. It’s really that simple.
People tend to experience small progress as “small” rather than “progress”. The fact is that ANY step forward helps us achieve our goal. Success—in any field, by any individual or organization—is overwhelmingly the product of small incremental positive change. This is not just another nice-sounding idea. It is a well-researched reality.
Mehrnaz uses her 13 years of experience as an educator and her own uplifting life story to help others overcome their challenges and reach their goals. Through her workshops for groups and organizations, she shares how embracing a strategy of small positive actions leads to success.
Watch Mehrnaz’s TEDx Talk