CEO of The Aulakh Initiative
Alison Aulakh is a Comfort Zone Escapist and a BFA graduate of The New School University in NYC. She’s the CEO of her motivational based company, The Aulakh Initiative. She is also the co-founder and CEO of The Sober Life of Floppy Fish, a risk-taking comedy production company. Alison is the author of Your Guide to Being a Comfort Zone Escapist. As a bi-racial and bi-coastal actress and comedienne, she challenges the norms of society with her out-of-the-box comedy. You can spot her on public transit risking it up, dressed as Plant Man while talking into a banana phone. Catch her daring and hilarious announcements on the New York City subway!
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WHY I STARTED THIS WORK
I spent a fair share of my time relying on outside opinions to confirm my worthiness. Placing my value in hands other than my own. I’m claiming my inner power back. At age sixteen, I hit a low point. After not knowing if I had the strength to pull myself up, I somehow did. I got up.
I realized I should take my own risks. Why follow what society thinks success should look like? I learned to love the image looking at me in the mirror. I’m now a fearless risk-taker. No one can remove my worth. I’m standing in my light and so can you!
I want to show the world that you can risk it all to love yourself. You can go after what you want in life. Stop waiting for everyone to hand you opportunities. Create your path. I went from doubting my ability to becoming the CEO of two companies. Anything is possible if you take initiative. Anyone can be a risk-taker if you put in the work. You have it in you.
To help you take risks and initiative in your life without relying on external outcomes.
I hope you go after your wildest dreams without feeling aggravated by what you can’t control. You can’t micromanage others, but you can choose your actions.
Risk it all. Jump into the unknown. Take giant leaps to push your career forward. Dare to be you.
Start a different path. One that aligns with what you want, not what the world wants for you. You can love yourself by taking the initiative.