Founder of the Institute for Transformational Thinking and life coach
Ora Nadrich is the founder and president of the Institute for Transformational Thinking (IFTT). She is also a certified life coach, thought coach, and mindfulness meditation teacher, and is the author of Says Who?: How One Simple Question Can Change the Way You Think Forever and Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity. Ora’s extensive psycho-spiritual exploration in Jungian Analysis, Buddhism, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), technology of change, and Kabbalah has influenced her work.
Ora is a frequent blogger for the Huffington Post and has been featured as a panelist on Huffington Post Live. She’s written many articles on mindfulness for Yahoo Health, Women’s Health, Success magazine, Spirituality & Health, MindBodyGreen, and many other publications.
She leads workshops on transformational thinking and the Says Who? method: a step-by-step process of confronting our negative thoughts, which are what often create the obstacles in our lives.
Providing both tangible and practical lessons, Ora’s leadership helps students address and overcome their negative thoughts and outlooks to live their lives at their highest potential. Among her other workshops are Mindfulness Matters, Living a Mindful Life, Conscious Manifestation, and Love, Sex, & Mindfulness.
Ora was an actress and screenwriter, where she worked in film, episodic television, and commercials for more than a decade, which she feels provided her vast experience in exploring motivation and the process of self-discovery. During that time, she simultaneously embarked on a two-decade psychological and spiritual journey toward self-awareness and transformation, which led her to becoming a life coach. She currently offers her Thought Coach™ Certification Training Program through her educational organization, IFTT.
Ora lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jeff, and two sons, Jake and Benjamin.
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“If you realize that all things change, there is nothing you will try to hold on to. If you are not afraid of dying, there is nothing you cannot achieve.” — Lao Tzu People can learn to change their thinking and behavior in ways that enhance happiness and resiliency. Studies in the fields of health...