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Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias - Great Companies Women Entrepreneur Award Winner 2022

Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias

Name: Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias

Business Name: Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias

Location: Mumbai, India

Establishment (Year): 2021

Profession/ Specialty: Dream Coach

Social : LinkedIn

Company Detail:

Agatha Sushila Dias is a passionate, goddess, divine diva, trainer, speaker and coach to manifest one's own dreams and mission to teach and train many more to fulfil their dreams, create happiness and spread the energy of happiness. She teaches people to change themselves in the subconscious mind which is 95% effective. She strongly believes that she is a particle of the universe that has all the qualities of the universe. She enjoys the feeling of being chosen, especially by the universe for different missions. Amcha Ghar (Our Home) is Agatha Sushila’s brainchild since 1996 where she gives a ray of divine light to the underprivileged human beings who are role models to this world with respect and dignity.

She is Peace Ambassador at IWPG South Korea and Peace Advocate of HWPL, South Korea. She has been honoured by World Books of Records, London, titled as the Women to look up to in 2021 by Passion Vista Magazine and listed Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs by Forbes Magazine, awarded the Champions of Change by the Governor of Maharashtra.

Unique Selling Proposition / Competitive Advantage

To teach the world the Art of Manifesting their Dreams through the Law of Attraction and Mind shift.

The above-mentioned phrase is the main USP of Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias.

Challenges Faced During The Journey:

Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias is on a mission to give happiness and spread happiness. She wants to tell this world to come out of scarcity consciousness to abundance consciousness. As she is aware of her higher purpose to make this world a better place to live in.

Advice For Women Entrepreneurs:

Agatha Sushila Anthony Dias humbly preaches all the women entrepreneurs to ‘Practice Gratitude.’



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