Walsall, United Kingdom 07808 227 845
Ritu Sharma
Author - Coach - Speaker - Facilitator 


Who is Ritu Sharma

I am a daughter, a sister, a mother, a friend, a woman!!!

I am a reflection of the experiences I have had so far and my journey has been that of victories and falls. I am a teacher to my school kids and a life- long learner at the school of life. I have fallen many a times, been kicked while down and I have managed to pick myself up every time. Surprisingly, each time I got up, I have shone better and brighter.

I am a firm believer of the supernatural power, the creator, called God. I believe that whatever happens, happens for a reason. I believe that people do not meet by chance or accident. It is the design executed by the higher power. I have found happiness in submission to the will of the creator and plan to move forward keeping in mind that my human self has limitations and every fall that happens on the way, is somehow putting me on the track I am supposed to be on.

I am a mother to my daughters, my beautiful daughters. I wish to build myself into a woman that my children will be proud of, in the same way as I am proud of my grandmother. My life is highly touched by her strength and determination. The pious lady that she was! I inherit my strength and strong will power from her. I want my kids to remember me as fondly as I remember my grandma, when I am gone.

My endeavour is to help and support other women in their journeys and assist them to realise their true worth. Peace comes to us through the realisation of importance of our existence and self-love. In a world this large, it is easy to get lost and believe that you don’t matter. My mission is to remind my sisters that they do matter and that they have always mattered!

I organise events for women, creating opportunities for achievement, expression and growth. I want to be the support/ guidance that I would have appreciated at certain stages of my life when I was emotionally and spiritually lonely. I aspire to make a difference to the lives of my fellow women by helping them to connect with their true selves and develop self-love and self-appreciation.

I am a motivational speaker. My message to the world is to accept their daughters, sisters, wives, women colleagues as they are and not judge them or undermine their worth due to their gender. I understand that I am only one woman but if I can touch a few lives and breathe “life” into them, I shall be content with my existence.

“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something, and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.” (Edward Everett Hale)