Journalist turned author + transformational coach Dhara Singh, a renaissance soul who ditched her banking job to work at Yahoo! Finance via Columbia University, has launched her book Tell Her She’s Lovely, a blend of poems that showcases her journey letting go of external validation and learning to trust her inner compass through an unorthodox career shift. Singh’s coaching firm, LifeResume LLC Coaching and the book are directed to women of color who want to make a transformative leap in their careers, relationships or simply wish to achieve self-empowerment. LifeResume helps others unearth their life’s calling through investigative journalism and storytelling techniques.Those who seek societal approval for their actions when their opinion of themselves matters the most is the target. The anthology traces a South Asian millennial woman’s journey from inner conflict and confrontation to peace. Laced with minimal illustrations and refreshing poetry, Tell Her She’s Lovely, demonstrates what it means to find self-love in adversity.

Dhara says, “I had a spiritual awakening during the pandemic and the words LifeResume were given to me. I had to use my journalism skills for the greater good. I truly believe it is my life’s calling to help those who have struggled with their transformations similar to how I did. The answers are scattered in your existing life’s experiences. Drop the career quizzes and need for external validation. Look within yourself. ???????????. ????????. ?????????. ????? ????? ????? ???? ????????? ??? ?????????????? ????????, Renaissance Soul.”

More about Dhara Singh

Dhara Singh is a Brooklyn based financial journalist for Yahoo Finance. Singh is also a transformation coach at LifeResume LLC, which is a firm that helps people change their lives through the power of story. She holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Dhara also studied the languages and literature of: Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia. Tell Her She’s Lovely is her first book. When she’s not writing you can catch her binge reading self-help books, journaling or listening to Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday Podcast.