Ora Nadrich is a Certified Life Coach, Mindfulness Meditation Coach and the author of Says Who?: How One Simple Question Can Change the Way You Think Forever (Morgan James Publishing, January 19, 2016). Her teachings allow us to confront our negativity head on and address what issues are really holding us back in our lives. Born in Tel-Aviv, Israel and raised in Los Angeles, California, Ora grew up as one of four children, watching her mother run her own successful domestic employment agency. As one of her greatest inspirations, Ora saw the importance of helping others and making compassion a priority, through her mother. Ora graduated from Los Angeles Valley College, studying both English and Psychology. After college, Ora decided to pursue a career in entertainment as an actress and screenwriter, working in film, episodic television and commercials. Having success and working for over a decade in the entertainment industry, Ora was inspired to pursue another path. Realizing that she had a greater calling to be a writer and help others, Ora started her two-decade psychological and spiritual journey toward self-awareness and transformation, which lead to her becoming a Life Coach. Ora began her career as a Certified Life Coach and Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher in 2008. She is professionally trained in: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Technology of Change, Jungian Analysis, Buddhism and Kabbalah. Ora is also a licensed Marriage Officiant, leader of The Womens Group and a member of the National Association of Professional Women. With her credentials, Ora teaches 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 students are able to address and overcome their negative thoughts and outlooks to live their lives at their highest potential. Ora lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband, Jeff, a lawyer, and their two sons. When she is not helping others through her coaching, Ora does active charity work including The Water Buffalo Club, Children’s Hospital and as a board member of the New Road’s School, which is committed to granting lower income families financial aid.