“Majority Is Not Always Right” Says Ace Face Reader & Digital Coach Gaurav Dwivedi

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It is common for people working in private jobs to switch from job to business, but it is not so common for people working in government jobs as officers to break the comfort zone loop and establish a business from ground zero. This is the story of an ace face reader and leading digital coach, Gaurav Dwivedi. Famous for his Motivational workshops, Gaurav now also helps people in setting up an online business from scratch and live a life of freedom.

Recently visiting Delhi for his corporate training assignment, Gaurav Dwivedi shed some light on the nuances of Face Reading. He said, “Face reading is a powerful skill with which you can read a person by just looking at his or her face. It is a simple way to understand yourself better or know almost anything about anyone through their face. It is different from micro expressions.”

Besides Face Reading, Gaurav is also doing sales and productivity related training for big corporate houses. He is also a certified NLP practitioner. Gaurav Dwivedi is considered as India’s leading Face Reader and Graphologist. Not just normal people, but many Bollywood stars, politicians, and sportspeople also take his consultation from time to time. Gaurav also runs a community known as ‘Act of Miracle’ Community. People learning from him in full time course programmes are part of this tribe. Through his offline and online workshops, he has impacted thousands of lives so far.

When we asked about the decision he took to leave his government job and start a business From scratch, he said, “The majority of people think that once you get a government job all is set, that’s completely fine if you are ready to live a mediocre life. But if you are someone who has big aspirations, then take a leap of faith as I did, and keep in mind that the majority is not Always right.”

After talking to Gaurav Dwivedi, we also attended his training workshop. It was a treat to watch how he made people laugh, cry and learn simultaneously. Training coordinator Honey Agarwal said that, being a human behaviour expert, Gaurav Dwivedi very well knows how to align people To their highest values so that they can elevate their efficiency and achieve the set goal.

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