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This is an honest podcast. If you're somebody who's trying every single thing, but things are not really moving in your coaching business, I'm going to give you a solution in this podcast. Let's get in. I totally get it. You might have started on this journey of training and coaching. You might have implemented a lot of things, but for some reason, things are not just moving forward.

Maybe you're not getting the results, you're not getting the sales, you're not really seeing the momentum in your business. You know, I can feel that situation that you may be going through right now because I was in a situation for many, many years, and I hope to take you out of that zone of being stuck to really getting into a state of flow.

And that's the purpose of this podcast. I would like you to take notes. Okay? I'm going to share with you how do you bounce back when things are not working in your coaching business? And I want to break it into three aspects, okay? Now the first thing is you have to have a realistic review, okay? The power of a realistic review is the first thing of your overall situation.

Number one is reviewing your own energy. Like, is it something that you really love to do? Or are you just doing this business or growing your coaching business just for the sake of doing it? Second is reviewing your strategy. Now, even though you might have got strategies from various different places, just go back to see if that strategy is applicable to you or not.

Like in my community, I have people who are doing various different models of growth, and I recommend different strategies for different people based on their different topics. Some of them, I recommend a one-to-many model. Some of them, I recommend the one-to-one model. Some of them, I recommend the program model. Some of them, I recommend a consulting-based model.

So go back to your review and see if your strategy is matching with what you're actually adding to the market. Okay? 

The third is, do a realistic review of your actions. Are you really taking actions that are leading you towards your goals? Or are you just taking actions and going randomly all over the place? This is also a big challenge, and a lot of people, they get high on knowledge, but they're not able to move forward because they do all other things, but the most important thing. 

And of course, number four, I would like you to have a realistic review of your revenues. You know, if your numbers are not moving in your bank account, then there's a serious problem, okay? You may be getting high on knowledge, you may be getting high on attending programs, watching YouTube videos, listening to so many different podcasts, feeling good about the information that you're gaining. But if that's not translating into revenues or results for yourself, after some time, the passion with which you started is going to start to turn into poison, and that'll start to degrade you. And that's going to start to take you through a downward spiral loop.

Now, the good news is you can get out of this if you're able to be aware of these three pointers. So the first pointer is just to recap, is the power of a realistic review of your energy, strategy, action, and revenues. Once you map this out on a paper, on a clean sheet of paper or an Excel sheet, once you know, "Okay, this is where I'm at, this is my current situation, and this is where it is," okay, accept the situation. And then the second step is to get back to the drawing board.

And when it comes to the drawing board, I'm going to make it as simple as possible. The first thing is to look at this entire game with simplicity. For me, I was running a very complex business before I got into this model. In 2018, I had a business with over 35 employees, managing 35 to 40 clients, and many moving parts and challenges within the business. It was a continuous firefighting situation, and I didn't have much time for myself to create financial results for my personal life and family.

So what really worked for me was embracing an insane level of simplicity. I recommend that if you are facing challenges and things are not working, pick one problem you want to solve, one market you want to serve, and create one product that can serve that market. That's it. One problem, one market, one product. This is what I call an MVP or a minimum viable product. Test this MVP with an organic audience, meaning don't spend money on ads or go overboard. Test it with at least five to ten people and see if there is a positive response to your product.

Many trainers and coaches make the mistake of launching something without knowing if their product will work or not. Following my curriculum design process with simplicity has yielded phenomenal results for many. On the other hand, those who complicate things too much or overanalyze often struggle to get results. Remember, the MVP is not about you or your beliefs; it's about what the market really wants. Simplify what the market wants and deliver a powerful and tangible solution that helps them achieve the results they desire.

If you find yourself in a loop and things are not working, go back to the drawing board and simplify. Create your MVP, focus on one problem, one market, and one product. Test it, and if it works, great. If it doesn't, move on to the next idea. That's the formula.

Now, let's discuss the importance of inner congruence when it comes to bouncing back in your coaching business. You need to feel good about what you're doing internally, not just externally. While external factors may influence your decisions, in the long run, you need to feel comfortable and satisfied with your choices.

Firstly, trust your intuition. You must rely on your gut feeling to determine whether what you're doing aligns with your long-term goals. Secondly, address and heal any past patterns that may be hindering your progress. Identify the patterns that keep repeating, such as starting something but not finishing it or retreating at a certain point. These patterns may have roots in your childhood or past experiences. Acknowledge and understand the root cause, and work on healing and letting go of those patterns.

I have personally gone through this process of healing and overcoming patterns of failure, which has transformed my journey. Once you make peace with your past and integrate the lessons learned, you'll experience unstoppable growth. Life becomes more enjoyable when you don't take it too seriously and embrace the process. The more you enjoy the journey, the better the results.

Next, it's essential to overcome rigidity. Jeff Bezos once said, "Be fixed on your vision and goal, but be flexible on how you get there." Don't be rigid in your methods; be open to adapting and finding different approaches. Finally, build skills that add value. If you're teaching something, ensure that you have the necessary skills yourself. You may not be an expert when you start, but continuously practice and improve your skills to have the authority to guide and teach others effectively, especially in a coaching business.

So, this is something I heard from Gaur Gopal Das in a recent summit. He was discussing how to achieve the flow state, and he gave a beautiful example. There are two aspects to this game: the skills aspect and the level of challenge in your journey.

Let's say you're someone who is highly skilled at what you do, but the challenge is not big enough. In that case, you're going to get bored. It means you're really good at what you do, but it's not a significant challenge. Eventually, you'll become bored, right? On the other hand, there are some of you who may be facing the opposite situation. The challenge is bigger than your skills. Perhaps you're not skilled enough, and you're encountering more and more challenges that surpass your abilities. This leads to frustration.

So, when your skills are greater than the challenge, it leads to boredom. When the challenge is greater than your skills, it leads to frustration. The magic happens when your skills match the challenge. When the challenges that come your way align with your skills, you're able to handle them effectively. This state is what we call the flow state.

So, how do you bounce back when things aren't working? In the coaching business, the key is to build your skills and match them with the challenges you want to overcome in order to achieve the flow state. Let's recap:

Number one: The power of a realistic review. Take a step back and assess your situation objectively.

Number two: Go to the drawing board and simplify. Identify one name, one problem, one market, one product.

Number three: Reflect on your inner congruence. When these three elements are clear in your mind, there's no stopping you. You will bounce back and move forward.

To reiterate, don't take life too seriously. Enjoy the process of learning. Be optimistic and believe that you can make things happen. Combine your positive attitude with actions and maintain a laser-like focus.

I wish you all the best. Catch you in the next episode. If you're already a part of my community, I highly recommend upgrading yourself to Diamond. Even if you're not a part of my community yet, you can go to sidz.co/diamond and learn how you can overcome challenges by surrounding yourself with action-takers and achievers in one of the world's largest communities for experts.

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    144 replies to "How To Bounce Back When Things Are Not Working In Your Coaching Business?"

    • Nikiita Pathare

      Learning Key from these Podcast.
      1. The power of Realistic value.
      Your Realistic value, Revenue and to accept the situation and get back to the ground.
      2. Pick one problem and pick one market and one product and solved the problem.
      3. First understand whether the product will work and you should not overthink the product.
      4. Understand what the market wants and have to deliver accordingly.
      5. What you are doing that you always should love and there should be passion.
      6. Identify your pattern, heal your wound and make changes.
      7. I have to be fixed on Vision, Goals and you have to be good at it so you can teach others.
      8. Build skills and match your skills to get in challenge.
      9. Enjoy the journey.

    • Vrushali

      Thanks Siz for this Podcast.
      I will follow 1 Problem , 1 solution and 1 product at a time. I will try to stay focused.

    • ram narayan singh

      To bounce back when things aren’t working in your coaching business, there are three key aspects to focus on: 👇

      Conducting a realistic review of your energy 💪: Assess your energy levels and prioritize self-care to enhance resilience. Take time for self-reflection and nurture your well-being. 🔎

      Reviewing your strategy 📈: Seek input from mentors and evaluate your coaching strategy. Adapt to market changes and embrace a growth mindset. Explore innovative approaches and leverage new technologies. 🚀

      Evaluating your actions and results, including revenue 💼💰: Reflect on your actions and discard ineffective practices. Optimize your efforts based on insights gained. Analyze revenue and results to identify areas for improvement and explore new opportunities. 💡💸

      By addressing these aspects, you can bounce back, regain momentum, and thrive in your coaching journey. 🌟✨

    • Loretta Sridhar

      To Bounce back I need to :
      1. Review
      1. Realistic reviews of energy
      2. Review your strategy
      3.Review your action
      4. Review your finances
      2.Accept the situations
      3. Get to the drawing boards

      2.Pick one problem,one market , one product
      Go organic
      Cater to the market need,it is not about me our my product

      3. Inner Congruence : Feel good about what you done internally.
      Trust your intuition
      Heal your past pattern – identify the existence, identify the root cause, heal that moment,make peace n overcome.
      Enjoy the process
      Build your skulls(Learn,Practice and hone your skills)
      Challenge your self
      Build and match the challenge your skills

    • Tania Das

      Thank you for this podcast. It changes outlook a lot.
      1. Re-analysing own energy is really important.
      2. Having a realistic number for your own revenue is your authentic target. Can’t change the universal law.
      3. Breaking past pattern which is not working, heal and let go.
      4. Prioritize actions which are more aligned with your goal. Move in that direction.
      4. Must review your strategy
      5. Be in that Flow state

    • Suman Kumar

      To Bounce back I need to :

      1. The power of realestic Review
      Realistic reviews of energy
      Review your strategy
      Review your action
      Review your revenews
      Accept the situations
      Get back to the drawing board

      2.Pick one problem,one market , Create one product (MVP)
      Test it with organic audiance
      Cater to the market wants ,it is not about me or my product

      3. Inner Congruence : Feel good about what you doing.
      Trust your intuition
      Heal your past pattern – identify the existence, identify the root cause, heal that moment,make peace n overcome.
      Oercome your regidity
      Enjoy the process
      Build your skills(Learn,Practice and hone your skills)
      I have to be fixed on Vision, Goals and you have to be good at it so you can teach others.
      Challenge your self
      Build and match the challenge your skills
      Get into the flow state

    • Ruchir Thakkar

      My Top 3 Action Points

      1.Review my Energy, strategy ,action revenue
      2.Tweak the product
      3.Heal the past

    • Pooja S

      1.Realistic:
      *Review of Energy: Checking if the Coaching business is a conscious choice or a reactive decision
      *Strategy: Different people Would fit different strategy see which format works for you
      *Actions: Following the system and Consistency is the key here. Check what is not working and further analyze and continue with the action. don’t stop
      2. Go to your Drawing board: Note down the breakages, Roles, System everything
      3. Bounce Back: Mos important is inner congruence. Are you going behind shiny objects or are you following your heart. Also tackle your past pattern. Break and heal your patterns by Identifying, Healing and Walk ahead with the heart full of gratitude. Build Skill that add value to really have the inner congruence to have the moral authority to teach others
      4. Move to Flow: Balance your skill and challenging your self enough so that u don’t get stuck or get bored. By balancing flow is natural

    • Devina Rao

      Make it simple:
      Pick one problem you want to solve.
      Pick one market you want to serve.
      Pick one product you create to solve that problem.

      Reflect on your inner congruence!

    • Vikash Sharma

      Based on This Podcast, These are the things I will do and Implement to bounce back-

      1. I need to conduct relastic review for the below things –
      -Review My Strategy
      -Review My Actions that leads to my Goal
      -Review of My Revenue/Finances

      2. I will Pick One problem I want to solve and Pick one market and One Product.
      First I will launch the MVP and test the Water before dive in.
      Its not about the solution I want to provide but it’s about the solution the market want.

      3. Need to feel good what I am doing. I need to rely on my gut feeling to determine whether what I am doing aligns with My long-term goals. I need to Address the past patterns that keep repeating.

    • Devanand

      My takeways:
      1. Review your energy
      2.Review your strategy
      3.Review your action
      4.Review your Revenue
      5. Pick one problem, one product & one market.
      6.its not about you and your belief it’s about market.
      7.Trust your intution.
      8.Change your pattern through self deep level analysis
      9. More you enjoy the process, more you will get result.
      10. Skills should match with challenges.
      11. Dont be serious, Enjoy the procees.

    • Golok Behari Ghoshal

      To Bounce back I need to :
      1. Review
      1. Realistic reviews of energy
      2. Review your strategy
      3.Review your action
      4. Review your finances
      2.Accept the situations
      3. Get to the drawing boards

      2.Pick one problem,one market , one product
      Go organic
      Cater to the market need,it is not about me our my product
      One MBP, Minimum Bioable Product
      3. Inner Congruence : Feel good about what you done internally.
      Trust your intuition
      Heal your past pattern – identify the existence, identify the root cause, heal that moment,make peace n overcome.
      Enjoy the process
      Build your skills(Learn,Practice and increase your skills)
      Challenge is bigger than skills, then anxiety evolves, so increase your skills
      Build and match the challenge your skills
      Enjoy your journey.

    • Ramapriya Valmiki

      My three lessons
      1. Do a realistic review of the overall situation
      2. Heal my past patterns
      3. Make sure to have Skills that match the challenge

    • Samita Kar

      1. To have a realistic review of my current situation and make a plan for where I wanted to go.
      2. Implement what I am learning.
      3. Working towards my sales diligently
      4. Be flexible on how I am going to go there.
      5. Heal my past patterns
      6. Challenge me to do things that will give me the result.
      7. Build skills every day
      8. Not to take life very seriously

    • Saumya Kumari

      My learnings from this podcast –

      – I need to work on my Funnel/Strategy…

      – I will put all the weaknesses on white board and will start working on it – make it simple…

      – Create one product – Minimum Viable product – One Market, One Product…

      – Pick one problem, one market , one product…

      – Identify the root of pattern for failures and deal with it – don’t take your life too seriously, Overcome your rigidity, Enjoy the process…

      – Evaluating your actions and results, including revenue…

      – Match the skills to the challenges…

      when your skills are greater than the challenge, it leads to boredom.

      When the challenge is greater than your skills, it leads to frustration.

      The magic happens when your skills match the challenge.

      When the challenges that come your way align with your skills, you’re able to handle them effectively.

      This state is what we call the flow state.

    • Parinita Kothari

      Bounce back by ‘Realistically’ –
      1. Reviewing your energy
      2. Reviewing your strategy
      3. Reviewing your actions
      4. Reviewing your revenues

      Pick one problem, one market, one product
      Its not about you or your beliefs.. its about what the market really wants
      Inner Congruence is important.. you need to feel good about what you are doing – heal your past patterns (identify, find the root and heal)
      Build skills that add value

    • Anshuman Khullar

      How to bounce back when things are not working in business.

      Review:

      1- Energy: Why are you doing it?

      2- Strategy: Is it strategy

      3- Actions: Actions leading towards your goals.

      4- Revenues: If your numbers are not moving there is

      Negative spiral

      Review on drawing board:

      Going to insane level of simplicity.

      1 Problem

      1 Market

      1 product.

      Its not about you, its about what market really wants.

      Its not about you, its about them.

      MVP- Minimal Viable Product.

      1- Feel good about what you are doing.

      2- Observing the patterns. Starting and then not taking it to finish line. Don’t allow the passion to convert it in poison.

      Enjoy the process. More you

      3- Overcome rigidity. Be fixed on goal, flexible to reach there.

      Congruence is the way.

      How to get to flow state?

      Challenges are bigger than skill- frustration

      Skills bigger than challenge- boredom

    • Haritosh Srivastav

      Here are my Learning points –
      1. The Power of Realistic Review of Energy, Strategy, Actions & Revenue
      2. Get Back to the drawing board – Simplicity – Pick One Problem, One Market, One Product – Test & improve
      3. Inner Congruence – Don’t just go by what’s trending, Trust your guts (intuition), heal your patterns – Identify & find the root, overcome your own rigidity, build skills that add value
      4. Skill vs Challenge – Bored if the skill is bigger than the challenge, frustration is the challenge is bigger than frustration, Flow state when the skill meets the challenge

      Action items
      1. Do a Realistic Review of the 4 aspects by the end of the day
      2. Zero down on my One Problem, One Market & One Product by the end of the week
      3. Bring Inner Congruence to what you do on a continuous basis
      4. Continuously tap into Flow State by matching the skills level to the challenge

    • ramnarayan singh

      🔎💡 Realistic Review for Bouncing Back in Your Coaching Business:

      Energy Review ⚡️: Take a deep look at your energy levels and mindset. Are you feeling motivated, inspired, and enthusiastic about your coaching business? Identify any areas where you may be experiencing burnout or lack of passion. Remember, nurturing your energy is crucial for long-term success.

      Strategy Review 🗺️: Evaluate your current strategies and assess their effectiveness. Are you targeting the right market? Are your marketing efforts reaching the intended audience? Refine your strategies by focusing on one specific problem, one target market, and one product. Simplify your approach to bring clarity and effectiveness.

      Action Review 🚀: Review your actions and initiatives. Are they aligned with your goals and vision? Are you taking consistent and focused action? Avoid spreading yourself too thin. Instead, concentrate your efforts on a minimum viable product, ensuring you’re investing resources wisely in what the market wants.

      Revenue Review 💰: Analyze your revenue generation methods. Are you effectively monetizing your coaching services? Identify any gaps or areas for improvement. Seek feedback from clients, explore different pricing models, and consider value-added offerings to enhance your revenue streams.

      Drawing Board ✍️: Return to the drawing board with a renewed focus. Embrace simplicity by addressing one problem, one market, and one product at a time. Test your ideas and iterate based on market feedback. Strive for a minimum viable product that delivers real value to your target audience.

      Inner Congruence 💫: Cultivate inner congruence by aligning your thoughts, beliefs, and actions with your coaching business. Heal any past patterns or limiting beliefs that may be holding you back. Enjoy the process and find joy in the journey, knowing that more results will come when you’re in a state of inner harmony.

      Fixed on Vision and Goal 🌟: Stay anchored in your vision and goals. While methods and strategies may change, keep your sights firmly set on your desired outcomes. Embrace flexibility in your approach, but remain steadfast in your determination to achieve your coaching business goals.

      Gaur Gopal Das Insights 🙏: Embrace the flow state by finding a balance between skill and challenge. Continuously develop your coaching skills to match the demands of your business. Recognize that skill is the key to overcoming challenges. Seek inspiration from Gaur Gopal Das, who provides valuable insights on achieving personal and professional growth.

      Remember, effective communication is the key to convey your message clearly and engagingly. Use emojis to add a touch of visual expression and enhance the overall impact of your message! 🌟💪😊

    • Purav Bhatt

      My current Situation:

      ❌ Doing everything but the most productive. Consuming more time in activities giving no results.
      ❌ Missing Laser Focus
      ❌ Suffering through the Perfection Syndrome

      💥Inner Congruence – Habit of lingering on long on one thing and then leaving it incomplete. This is happening with me and am unable to realize what’s wrong.💥

      ✨My actions✨

      One Priority Per week and bounce back in a Month. Work patiently on one thing and take it till the end.

      ❇️ Week 1 – FB Ads – Get hands on

      ❇️ Week 2 – YT Content Creation starting with Script, Keywords, Survey

      ❇️ Week 3 – Revisiting all Courses

      ❇️ Week 4 – Nurturing Tribe

      Bulb On – Do not take life too seriously, enjoy the journey of passion.

      Thanks Sidz for this wonderful Podcast

    • Rupa Singh

      If you are not getting the momentum in your business. How to get unstuck?
      1. Power of a Realistic Review: Have a realistic review of overall
      a. Review your energy
      b. Review your strategy if it matching with the value matching your market
      c. Review your actions. Doing all other things than the most important things.
      d. Review your numbers. If not giving revenue, the passion will start into poison and get into downward spiral
      2. Accept the situation and get back to drawing board: Go to insane simplicity. Pick one problem you want to solve, One market, One Product. Test about its responsiveness. Whether it is working or not. People are complicating, analysing it too much.
      3. It is not about you, but what the market wants and deliver the things in a very simple and tangible way.
      4. If the MVP works, great.. If not try next.
      5. Reflect on your Inner Congruence: Feeling good at a very internal level. Feeling good about what you are doing. Trust your gut and intuition.
      6. Heal your past patterns. Starting something with a lot of excitement, and then leaving. Identify the root of the problem Find the brilliance of the pattern and thanks that experience. Make peace with the patterns of your past life and results will come.
      7. Overcome your rigidity.
      8. Inner congruence: Build skills. Hone that skills to be able to teach others.
      9. Skills Aspect : Being good at your craft.
      a. Challenge is bigger than your skills : That leads to frustration.
      b. Magic is when your skills match your challenge.
      Enjoy the process and be super focus.

    • Neha Jaiswal

      I am fortunate to listen to this amazing advice while I am still starting on this journey! My key take aways are:
      1. Keep it simple! Simplicity has power!
      2. Ask yourself, if you are ready to do this for the rest of your life?
      3. Enjoy the process and understand that there will be ups and down!

      Keep cool, deliver, impact and have fun!

    • Nitin Mahajan

      My Top actions from this podcast are
      1. Review on my energy – Everyday , Review my Strategy – Now , Review my Actions – Every day
      2. Build the MVP and Test Asap – Be the FF and then test the market
      3. Build the Flow state and review it once every 2 weeks – Build the inner concurrence with my teachings for better results
      4. Enjoy the process and the journey

    • Golok Behari Ghoshal

      To Bounce back I need to :
      1. Review
      A. Realistic reviews of energy
      B. Review your strategy
      C.Review your action
      D. Review your finances
      E.Accept the situations
      F. Get to the drawing boards

      2.Pick one problem,one market , one product
      Go organic
      Cater to the market need,it is not about me our my product
      One MBP, Minimum Bioable Product
      3. Inner Congruence : Feel good about what you done internally.
      Trust your intuition
      Heal your past pattern – identify the existence, identify the root cause, heal that moment,make peace n overcome.
      Enjoy the process
      Build your skills(Learn,Practice and increase your skills)
      Challenge is bigger than skills, then anxiety evolves, so increase your skills
      Build and match the challenge your skills
      Enjoy your journey.

    • Praful C Varma

      #ilhfamily
      This is really a powerful podcast. my 3 action points are :
      1. Realistic Review on regular interval.
      2. Work on Gaps .
      3. Make thing simplified for others. since its not about me its about others.

    • Stanly Richard

      My 3 actions from this podcast.
      1. Review my energy
      2. Level up my skill to match with challenges
      3. Do a realistic review of my actions.

    • Karuna

      To bounce back I am going to

      1. Review my strategy , action and finances

      2. Build new skills (Marketing and Selling)

      3. Focus only on one problem, one market & one product

    • Pasadika Mindfulness

      Bounce Back -Training and coaching Business
      Stuck.
      1 Realistc Review-Review energy
      2,Strategy,121, consulting,! To many.
      3 Actions- Random?
      4 Revenues- You tube,Results? Passion-poison
      Drawing Road
      Simplicity

      Pick
      1 Product
      2 Market
      3 Problem
      Bounce Back
      Inner Congruence
      Feel Comfortable
      1 Heal Past patterns
      2Trust Guts
      Identify roots- Childhood
      Let Go.Root Cause.Enjoy process
      3 Dont rigid on Methods
      Buid skills-moral authority.
      Flow state
      Challange is bigger than skills -Frustration.
      Skill match challenges.
      Super focus.
      Pasadika Mindfulness

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      How to Bounce Back as a Coach
      For Some reason, things are not working
      take notes of what you find useful
      3 aspects

      Realistic review of the overall situation
      do you really love what you do
      review your strategy, go back, and see if it is applicable to you or not
      a different strategy for a different type of coach,
      Realising review of your actions, see if you are not random or consistent with time blocking
      Realising review of your revenues, is a serious problem
      you may have got so many training and workshops,
      You can get out of the situation,

      Power of Realistic Review

      Everything you mapout on paper, be honest,
      Get on the drawing board
      I was running a complex business earlier with more than 30 emloyees with lots of firefighting
      what really worked for
      is simplicity
      I like things simple things
      I work on one by one
      one thing at a time
      Don’t burn out your resources until you know it works
      many people are in the loop without understanding if they are impacting change or not
      be simple
      do not complicate
      do not go into paralysis analysis
      the essence of minimally viable product
      test, works continue
      does not work, stop it, create something new

      you have to feel good about what you are doing, do not go with trends, in the long run, you need to be congruent, trust your intuition, trust your gut, can you do ths for lifelong

      heal your past patterns
      patterns
      come to a point that is posonous
      heal all these harmful patterns
      identify the route
      find the brilliance why patterns started

      Stitch the things in life which are torn
      heal those wounds

      I have also been struggling
      once I understoond, no stopping,

      I am enjoying the pricess

      the more I enjoy the process, th emore I get and chieve

      Be flexible with your methods,,

      Build skills that add value

      I head this from my Coach Siddharth Rajsekhar from his recent podcast

      if you are really skilful, the challenge is not big enough, you will get bored,

      skills are less, challenge is bigger, that leads to frustration,

      the magic of this game is where your skills match your challenge

      you are in Flaw State

      Build Skills and Match Skills with the challenge

      get into the flow state

      Power of Realisting review
      make it simple on drawing board
      reflect on inner congreuence

      You will bounce back, take life easily
      enjoy the process of learning,
      be wishful,,
      back it up with actions,

    • Lopamudra Sen

      Thank you so much Sir. I needed these golden nuggets from you today.
      My 3 action steps:
      1)Review myself deeply
      2)Embrace the present situation
      3)Check my inner congruence

    • Harshil shah

      Thank you so much Sidz for helping me bounce back.

      After listening to this podcast –

      I understood that NLP is on my heights Value

      I will get my strategy clear.

      Yes I am taking realistic actions towards my goals.

      Will get all 4 pointers on clean sheet of paper today itself!

      I will take these actions in this month of June 2023-
      I will try solve 1 Problem! – Will make it SIMPLE!
      I will get my target market is clear.
      I will create that 1 simple product will go out with my organic audience by testing the Beta version with the intention to serve and contribute.

      I will heal my pattern of jumping ships.

      I will not be rigid while moving towards this goal and let me energy and intention flow like river towards this goal.

      Thank you Sidz! MPTY.

    • Amit Dobariya

      Start From Today with
      High Energy
      Content Create
      1-2-1 Start
      1 – Problem
      1- Market
      1- Product

      Skill Building –

    • Meera Natarajan

      This is THE episode. I just love this. You cannot say better than this.
      “It is not above what I know or what I believe. It is all about what the market wants.”
      I got this realisation during our last FBR. Thanks for this episode.

    • Vinay D Bajaj

      Absolutely needed this right now. So progress tracking is important and this podcasts talks about the specifically.
      1. Track current situation. if you are not tracking, you won’t know when you will be out of business
      2. Analyze your inner energy, see if you are loving what you do or just doing it for the sake of it. If you are not loving it, that is blocking the results.
      3. Re-work and re-draw if something is not working. Again you need to track first to know what’s working and what is not.
      4. UP your skills to match the challenges.

      Top 3 action points:
      1. Become consistent at Podcast, Youtube and FB Lives
      2. Learn about using Groups to the maximum advantage
      3. Enjoy the process and keep upskilling by watching meetups

    • Vijayakumar Murugesan

      My Top three Actions

      1. Need to take consistent actions build on my consistence actions
      2. Focus more time n Building the skills on my Niche that adds more values to the market
      3. Going back the drawing board and do the realistic review on my action steps …what could have done better and what steps/actions that needs the change to get the results i wanted.
      Thank you much Sidz for the awesome Podcasts.

    • Sanjay Mhatre

      My 3 Action Points:
      1. Energy: Review my energy: get back to meditation, exercise, habits, tasks (Trackers!)
      2. Strategy: back to drawing board = Strategy Sheet & 100 Qs – finish TODAY !
      3. Action: Realistic review leading to action: high on knowledge doing all but important – Prioritize!
      4. Revenue: I m getting this as per my earlier model, but now remould to Sidz system

      Insane simplicity
      1. Pick 1 market, 1 problem, create 1 Product & TEST – Minimum Viable Product (MVP) – what the market (not me) wants, simply to get results for them
      2. Inner Congruence at your Core Level: trust your gut / intention
      Heal your Past Patterns: Not completing (me!), enthusiastic start, then fizzling out. Identify the root – childhood, find the brilliance of why that pattern started at that point of time (being relevant THEN, but No Longer So NOW)
      3. Overcome your own rigidity – flexible on method
      4. Build Skills – for inner congruence, be good at your craft to have moral authority to teach others, practice

      Flow: skill = challenge(matching)
      skills > challenge = bored
      challenge > skiils = frustration

    • Jaykumari Vighnesh Trivedi

      So valid points

      1. If I like it or not.
      2. “Simply” the things – Minimum Viable Product
      3. Bounce back – go back to drawing board

    • Dinesh Kumar

      Takeaways:
      1. review your own energy. Is coaching something that you really love to do?
      2. review your strategy
      3. do a realistic review of your actions- whether they are taking you closer to your goal or are they scattered randomly all over the place?
      4. have a realistic review of your revenues
      5. Accept the situation as it is and get back to the drawing board with an open mind.
      6. Simplify your business. One market, one problem, one product. Test your MVP with organic audience.
      7. Conserve your resources till you get a positive response for your MVP.
      8. It’s not about what you believe is a right product; it’s about what the market really wants and you deliver results for clients in a powerful, simple and impactful way.
      9. Feel the inner congruence and feel good about what you are doing. Trust your intuition.
      10. Heal your past patterns.
      11. Don’t take life too seriously. Enjoy the journey.
      12. Be fixed about goals but be flexible about methods to achieve them.

    • Ashwini Borkar

      Awesome learning needed right now
      – I am gona work on my own energy
      – I ll review my strategy and steps to take towards goal
      – will take action on simplifying my niche
      – what really struck me is its not about me or my belief , it’s about the market , what they need….. Heard this many times from you bt fresh perspective today
      – I have to trust myself more and overcome my past patterns

      Finally the massive one was need our skills to match challenges

      Thank you for being my mentor

    • aparna

      top 3 actions
      1. i will change the pattern of starting and not finishing,
      2. will be working on many projects together
      3. will keep skilling up and enjoying journey.. match the vibration of both

    • Pummy

      Thank you for sharing these golden nuggets Sidz!

      I have definitely been feeling a lot of overwhelm in the last few weeks. And as I look within at the inner resistances, I realize that I need to take the following action steps:

      1) Recharge my energy: I have been feeling this strong need to spend more time turning inwards, meditating and being in nature. I need to take this recharge break soon.

      2) Reviewing my strategy: At present a lot of my energy goes into the Chakras Course that I am doing, hardly getting time to focus on building my new systems. I intend to record this put this on LMS first.

      3) Actions: I need to stop procrastinating, and take action, one step at a time.

      Thank you so much for stimulating these food for thoughts. It has been really useful. Thank you so much.

    • Shankaran Paramasivan

      I WILL DO THE FOLLOWING THINGS TO BOUNCE BACK..
      01. REVIEW OF MY ENERGY
      02.REVIEW OF MY STRATEGY
      03.REVIEW OF MY ACTIONS

    • Sunil

      How to Bounce Back as a Coach
      For Some reason, things are not working
      take notes of what you find useful
      3 aspects

      Realistic review of the overall situation
      do you really love what you do
      review your strategy, go back, and see if it is applicable to you or not
      a different strategy for a different type of coach,
      Realising review of your actions, see if you are not random or consistent with time blocking
      Realising review of your revenues, is a serious problem
      you may have got so many training and workshops,
      You can get out of the situation,

      Power of Realistic Review

      Everything you mapout on paper, be honest,
      Get on the drawing board
      I was running a complex business earlier with more than 30 emloyees with lots of firefighting
      what really worked for
      is simplicity
      I like things simple things
      I work on one by one
      one thing at a time
      Don’t burn out your resources until you know it works
      many people are in the loop without understanding if they are impacting change or not
      be simple
      do not complicate
      do not go into paralysis analysis
      the essence of minimally viable product
      test, works continue
      does not work, stop it, create something new

      you have to feel good about what you are doing, do not go with trends, in the long run, you need to be congruent, trust your intuition, trust your gut, can you do ths for lifelong

      heal your past patterns
      patterns
      come to a point that is posonous
      heal all these harmful patterns
      identify the route
      find the brilliance why patterns started

      Stitch the things in life which are torn
      heal those wounds

      I have also been struggling
      once I understoond, no stopping,

      I am enjoying the pricess

      the more I enjoy the process, th emore I get and chieve

      Be flexible with your methods,,

      Build skills that add value

      I head this from my Coach Siddharth Rajsekhar from his recent podcast

      if you are really skilful, the challenge is not big enough, you will get bored,

      skills are less, challenge is bigger, that leads to frustration,

      the magic of this game is where your skills match your challenge

      you are in Flaw State

      Build Skills and Match Skills with the challenge

      get into the flow state

      Power of Realisting review
      make it simple on drawing board
      reflect on inner congreuence

      You will bounce back, take life easily
      enjoy the process of learning,
      be wishful,,
      back it up with actions,

    • Pradeep Hariharan

      After listening to this podcast I did a realistic review of myself and found that I am stuck in the past glory and not yet adapted to the systems of my mentor Sidz. Despite his repeated efforts to follow his system, I have not yet completely adopted it. I love teaching but I hate sales. I love tools but hate to spend money. I lack conviction in my abilities. I am burning out my resources. But once I heard this I am also going to reboot as Sidz said. I am surprised by the amazing power of Sidz to read our thoughts. Amazing man.

    • Shankar

      I was just working on the same and I got to listen to this.
      Key Actions:
      1. Honest Review of self:
      I have started working on it and will expedite the same.
      2.Skill Vs Challenge.
      I will be doing this analysis. Thanks to Gaur Gopal Das, Fortunately we can overcome both and align it.
      3. Heal your past.
      Release the past wounds and heal yourself.
      4. Firm on Goal and Flexible on Process.
      Focus on the goal without deviation and don’t be so rigid on the process. Process should be like the river.

    • Mahendran R

      How To Bounce Back When Things Are Not Working In Your Coaching Business?
      1. Realistic Review – Power of Realistic Review
      a. Review Your Energy
      b. Review Your Strategy
      c. Review Your Actions
      d. Review Your Revenue
      2. Accept the situation
      a. Comeback to drawing board, make your business as simple as possible
      b. Pick
      i. One problem
      ii. One Market
      iii. One Product
      c. Test this minimum viable product – organically
      3. Inner concurrences reflection
      a. Trust your intuition / gut
      b. Heal your past pattern
      i. Identify pattern
      ii. Root of the pattern
      iii. Why it’s started? [Pattern]
      iv. Learn from the pattern
      v. Heal it!! Thank it!!
      c. Fixed on Goal not on methods
      d. Build your skill – what you are teaching [skill up to your challenge, or take the challenges is up to your skills]
      e. Build skill and match with your challenge and get it into flow state.

      My Action plan:
      I will implement, all three steps and revamp my total business process starting today. And take actions from now.

      • Shanthi Yogini

        Awesome Mahendran!!! You have a lot of learning!!!!!! Yes, focus on your healing since you have mentioned it!!!!!

    • Dr. Sangeeta Pattanaik

      Key things I need to Start Doing For Bouncing back with my highest Energy and Potential are:

      1. Review My Strategy and Be flexible to test Mutiple ways rather than being rigid one one model.
      2. After Revieing actions- I Realized I need to Take actions in the course and webinar
      3. Stick to one problem, one market and one product.

    • Viswamohan

      I. AWARENESS

      1. Realistic Review :
      a) Am I loving what I’m doing?
      b) Review strategy.

      2. Review Action – Is it in right direction
      3. Review Results – Revenue= Results

      Solution is awareness= Realistic Review

      II. How to get out of infinite loop of failure

      MVP= Pick 1 Problem, 1 market, 1 Product

      Is it all about what market wants in a simple, tangible way.

      3. Inner congruence at Inner level
      A) Trust your intuition
      B) Pattern – starting & not finishing
      Identify pattern, go to root cause and heal that. Integrate the lesson and let it go.
      C) Over come rigidity- Fixed on goal bur flexible on the approach.

      D) Build skills, pretty good at it practicing and mastering to have moral authority

      Skills match your challenge you want to overcome.

      I’ll spend today evening to do a deep retrospection based on what I ve learnt and get Results in my Coaching business.

    • Srinivas TR

      Thanks Sid for this amazing Podcast

      Great Formula of various Review and Inner Congruence

      Cheers

    • Ravitej

      1. Realistic Review
      Energy
      Strategy
      Actions
      Revenues

      2. Get Back to Drawing Board
      Simplicity
      One Problem
      One Market
      One Product
      MVP(Minimum Viable Product)
      Deliver what the Market Want

      3. Inner Congruence
      Trust your Intuition
      Heal you Past Pattern
      4. Flow State
Skill Aspect
Challenge


    • Deepmala Singh

      My 3 learnings & Actions –

      1) Make it simple, with Minimal viable product , with one problem, one product and one market, & then testing it first on small audience, before investing huge on it. (biggest learning)
      2) To heal my past patterns.
      3) To be in flow state, my challenges must match my skills.

    • Shanthi Yogini

      The 3 steps that I would take to move forward in my business are
      1. Ensure that I am focusing on 1 problem, 1 market and 1 product
      2. Since I understand the importance of healing, I could promote my healing program by itself
      3. I must focus on promoting my teacher training

    • Subhavahini S

      1. Reviewing my strategies and actions is a realistic step I will be taking. After exploring various strategies, I have decided to focus on the One-On-One model. I acknowledge that I have been somewhat aimless, but I am committed to staying active on LinkedIn and Instagram. I will review my strategies and actions, carefully considering how I allocate my energy and finances.

      2. Starting from scratch, I have identified one problem and one product to work on. My current priority is developing my L3 product, which aims to address the holistic habit challenge for Diabetes Reversal within a 90-day timeframe.

      3. Previously, I held the belief that doctors were essential whenever discussing diabetes. However, I have recognized the need to break free from this mindset. I have personally experienced numerous benefits by implementing holistic lifestyle approaches, and I am now determined to help people manage lifestyle diseases proactively. I will remain unwavering in my mission.

      4. Moving forward, I will teach what I practice. I believe in learning, practicing, and imparting that experience to others. It is important to me that I only teach what I have personally done and experiences, and not simply sharing my theoretical knowledge.

      I am grateful to you Siddharth for inspiring me to make a strong comeback, and I am committed to doing exactly that.

    • Priyanka

      Excellent podcast.
      1. Working on our energy and strategy is very important.
      2. When skill is great than challenge it leads to boredom
      3. When challenge is great than skill it leads to frustration
      4. Balance between skill and challeng really important

    • GAURAV KUMAR

      To bounce back, it is basically all about perspective. When I joined Sidz community 2 years back, in June 2021. I was super pumped up and within the first 20 days, I had my digital business running, special thanks to hackathon.

      After listening to this podcast, A bulb Onn moment happened. At that point, all the challenges were based on my level, and that’s how I found it fun. but slowly I let go few of the steps and that’s how I messed up now, either they are too easy or too challenging and my brain freaks out and do crazy step.

      so, for me, the actionable points to review my systems see the areas where can I plug the leakages and get back to the system

    • Janardan Kar

      #ilhfamily #ilhdeeplearner
      While going through the podcast I got many pointers and these 3 points I have taken in:
      1. For more than a year I have been toying with the idea and took lots of coaching from various coaches. It is not waste of time, but getting aligned and getting congruent with my thought process.
      2. I am now reflecting on my energy, strategy, action to make a blueprint go consistently
      3.I will follow one market, one product and one problem and go consistently
      .

    • Gomathy Narayanan

      1. Realistic Review
      – Review Energy
      – Review Strategy
      – Review Actions – Towards goals?
      Are you taking action towards the right direction
      – Review of Revenue
      Passion to Poison if no revenue

      2. Get back to drawing board
      – Simplify
      – Pick one problem, 1 market and 1 product
      – Create MVP – Minimum viable product
      – Test with organic 5-10 audience
      – It is about THEM, not about you.
      – Test. Works good, else Next.
      – What does the market want? and simplify it!

      3. Inner Congruence
      – Can you do this for the rest of your life
      – Look at past patterns and heal it
      Identify pattern
      Identify Root
      Heal that
      Thank the situation
      Learn lessons
      Let it go

      Take life easy, dont take life seriously

      Action:
      1. I am going to go back to drawing board to check on review
      2. Sleep more and take better care of myself
      3. Spend more time with family

    • Ambili Menon

      Truly spoken from the heart, SIdz. A wonderful “listen” to introspect on the things/people/circumstances that are holding us back! Even if you are someone who is climbing up the ladder slowly and surely, and not really in the stage of “bouncing back,” you’ll still find nuggets in this piece, just like me. So here are my takeaways from a totally different perspective:

      1) Don’t always be in “learning mode,” take action.
      2) Review your life/business/journey to align and find congruence – this gives you more impetus towards your goals and dreams.
      3) Enter “flow state” to maximise your time.

    • Rakhi Choukimath

      Takeaways:
      1. Perform realistic review of your energy, strategy, action, finances

      2. Pick one Market, one Probelem, one product. Provide value with respect to what market wants.

      3. Find your inner congruence

      #ilh #knowledge

    • Archana Avinash

      This podcast was like showing me a mirror.

      Actions I am going to take moving forward:

      1. Stop random actions: I have been random when it comes to taking action. I will start taking action in a more structured way. Have a time table for all the action items month/week/day wise. Use polestar for this. Also divide my day into four or five chunks and focus on one task at a time.

      2. Follow the curriculum to the T : Don’t overthink. I always tend to overthink and this leads to procrastination. “Money Loves Speed” – So action first. Also Simplify the entire product. I need to go back to the drawing board and simplify my thinking too.

      3. Inner congruence : Trust your intuition. Heal past patterns. I have to identify the point from where my pattern comes from and heal myself. More importantly, its important for me to forgive myself for the past mistakes.
      What I loved the most and will always remember is “Not to take life too seriously.” Overcome my own rigid methods. And last but the most important, Focus on my goal and actions.

      Thank you Siddharth for another wonderful podcast.

    • aparna

      top 3 actions
      1. i will change the pattern of starting and not finishing,
      2. i wont be working on many projects together
      3. will keep skilling up and enjoying journey.. match the vibration of both

    • Aditi Sen (Roychowdhury)

      Key actions I will take to bounce back:
      1. Analyze where I am stuck – my energy level, actions.
      2. Planning my strategy – see what I am doing – make it simple, focus on one product.
      3. Inner Congruence – I have to trust myself, overcome my rigidity
      Make my skills match my challenges, take action, be optimistic and make things happen.

    • Vikram suresh borse

      Review your energy , strategy and congruence
      My actions 1. Review my energy and strategy
      2.simplify – 1 market , 1 problem , 1 solution
      3. FLOW state

    • Dr. Shailesh Yadav

      Top 3 Action:-
      1) Embarking the realistic acceptance for the next 6 months- achievable at the same time- should be a little challenging & exciting to pursue.

      2) Making the course, process, system & communication so simple that it is equally easy for others to grasp, reciprocate and grow quickly.

      3) Healing our self – we can not pass on other good vibes, and knowledge with the same accepted intensity- until we heal our self our own past scars.

    • Aarti Teckchandani

      Hello Sidz
      Thank you so much for this podcast it was much needed at this moment
      Here are some learnings
      1. 1 market 1 product 1 problem
      2. Inner congruence
      3. Energy
      4. Fixed Goal & vision
      5. Drawing board
      6. Reconfirm from yourself that can you do this for rest of your life
      7. Passion can be convert into piosion if its not giving you happiness
      8. Action Review

    • Deepak Kumar

      Review My Strategy
      Review My Actions that leads to my Goal
      Review of My Revenue/Finances
      Make it simple, with Minimal viable product , with one problem, one product and one market, & then testing it first on small audience, before investing huge on it. (biggest learning) To heal my past patterns.
      To be in flow state, my challenges must match my skills.

    • Rajiv Bhatia

      Very Practical and Relevant My top three action points are : First to Test MVP with 5 to 10 People . Second to simplify the curriculum so that it can be implemented quickly. Third Build my Energy by following routine of taking care.

    • DR GM PATIL

      i am allready bounce back in life . i know ver well in this podcast ,my action is 1] reveiw strategy . 2] minimal viable product 3] inner healing

    • Reetha Gopalakrishnan

      Its time I bounced back and I will do it this way :
      1) Make sure that my energy is at the right level (Am pretty confident on this one bit :-))
      2) Am I using the right strategy based on my niche?
      3) Am I taking Actions consistently?
      4) Are my revenues matching with my efforts..If not,it is time to do a self analysis.
      It is never too late and you can restart and still get back to the draing board!

      Pick one problem/ one market/one product that you want to serve..
      TEST the product in the market.
      Try your best through organic ways to test if there is responsiveness from the audience and only then think towards investing in the sales startegies.

      What else is required?

      Make sure there is Inner congruence – you have to feel good about what you are doing in the long run.
      Trust your gut and intuition.Check if you can do this for the rest of your life!

      Correct your past patterns.

      Overcome your rigidity..be flexible in your methods..

      Build SKILLS that add value so that you become the best in the industry.

      When your skills are more than your challenges, there is BOREDOM
      When your challenges are more than your skills, there is FRUSTRATION
      Only when the Skills match the challenges, we reach a Flow state..and things work like magic.

      The Actions I will take :
      1) Increase my visibility through organic ways
      2) Create more content than consume.
      3) Give 100% focus with minimal distractions.

    • sangita

      MY ACTION STEPS AFTER LISTENING THIS PODCAST
      1. Realistic review is needed. I feel my energy level is good in starting but now I will focus to be in the same energy till the end.
      2. Surely needs to deep work on strategy. I fell I was just jumping into different topic without thinking deeply on it . I am surely love my work but need deep reflection.
      3. maybe there are some patterns . need to check on it.
      4. need to understand and learn digital skills, fb ads, google ads ,not to depend entirely on others.

    • vrushali

      1. I am going to work on my energy and strategy. staying focused on these teo things.
      2. MVP has reduced my worries so i will do enthusiastically starting from today.
      3. I have a strong foundation, this is BO me today and feeling more empowered and confident and i will pass on in my service. Thanks a ton Sidz…Love you God Bless you!!

    • Sathish Kalluri

      1. Have a Realistic Review
      2. Review your Strategy
      3. Review your energy
      4. Review your numbers

      Keep the Main thing as the main thing.

      Pick One Problem, One Market, One Product

      My Top 3 actions:
      1. Realistic Review
      2. Working on One Problem – One Market – One Product
      3. Finding the Root cause and Healing that

      Thank you so much Sidz

    • Meghna Bansal

      Learnings-
      1) realistic review strategy, action, and revenues- accept it
      2) -MVP- it’s about ur market TG, not about u.
      3) KISS – keep it simple sir. One market, one challenge, one product
      4) inner congruence – go for healing to learn from past de limiting beliefs.

    • Dipak Bhadra

      It’s an amazing podcast allowing me to stop, think & retrospect my present activities and results. There are many non-productive activities that are taking my valuable time and not giving me the outcome I desire. This is the time to give undivided attention to goal-producing activities and focus on them until the desired outcome is obtained by me. Thanks, Sidz for this wonderful podcast

    • SUBRAT MAHAKUL

      To bounce back we have to –
      1. Review your Energy
      2. Review your Strategy
      3. Review your Actions.
      4. Review your Revenues

      After Review-
      (1) Accept the situations
      (2) Pick one problem, one market, one product and go organic
      (3) Inner Congruence
      (4) Heal past pattern Enjoy the process and build the skills.

    • Subhavahini S

      1. Reviewing my strategies and actions is a realistic step I will be taking. After exploring various strategies, I have decided to focus on the One-On-One model. I acknowledge that I have been somewhat aimless, but I am committed to staying active on LinkedIn and Instagram. I will review my strategies and actions, carefully considering how I allocate my energy and finances.

      2. Starting from scratch, I have identified one problem and one product to work on. My current priority is developing my L3 product, which aims to address the holistic habit challenge for Diabetes Reversal within a 90-day timeframe.

      3. Previously, I held the belief that doctors were essential whenever discussing diabetes. However, I have recognized the need to break free from this mindset. I have personally experienced numerous benefits by implementing holistic lifestyle approaches, and I am now determined to help people manage lifestyle diseases proactively. I will remain unwavering in my mission.

      4. Moving forward, I will teach what I practice. I believe in learning, practicing, and imparting that experience to others. It is important to me that I only teach what I have personally done and experiences, and not simply sharing my theoretical knowledge.

      I am grateful to you Siddharth for inspiring me to make a strong comeback, and I am committed to doing exactly that.

      Action :
      1. Work on my L3 One-on-One model
      2. Launch LinkedIn LIVEs
      3. Practice Mindset affirmations on Inner congruence on my MISSION (internal Game)

    • Valerian Sequeira

      Thank you Sidz for this wonderful podcast.

      From the time I have joined ILH I have been following most of the things religiously and here are some of my learnings.

      Review your numbers: I have been using your statistics dashboard which has helped me to document all the numbers in detail from the time I started.

      Simplicity: I am really glad that I picke one problem one market, one product.

      What the market wants. – I started up with men who are together with their spouse and then reached out to men who are going through separation because I felt that this is what the market needed.

      Inner congruence: One of the things that I came across when I was leaving religious congregation to follow my passion,, there was a line I that I read somewhere and that is “Trust me in you I am doing something new.” And thank God I have stuck to these lines. Trusting God that this is my purpose on this earth.

      Heal your past patterns: Money is the area that I needed to heal to move forward. I had been tight fisted. And thanks to Success Gyan and MMI helped.

      And finally very important,

      “Don’t take life too seriously.”

    • Nilesh Bomble

      Keep it Simple in the beginning phase
      One Problem
      One Market
      One Product

    • Archana Karthikeyan

      1. Passion without profits over a period of time leads to frustration
      2. Review what’s not working, why and take corrective action
      3. Experiment and refine – expand or end and try a different approach

    • M V Pavan Kumar

      My Top 3 learnings

      1. Try to solve one problem and create one product
      2. Am i loving the tasks, products building
      3. Keep the energy on and do it consistantly

    • Dr D Srinivas Rao

      I will do a real review. I will take all necessary actions to increase my Revenue. This is the top goal in the next 3 to 6 months. I trust my INTUITION. I heal all my past patterns and 100% remove all my blocks to my Financial Abundance. I am flexible. I will go for MVP.

    • Shyam Kukreja

      1. Realistic Review:
      a. Review Energy
      b. Review Strategy
      c. REview Actions
      d. Review Revenues.

      My Action item:
      1. Review my Strategies.
      2. Review my Actions.

      2. Drawing Board: Simply & build a Minimum Viability Product (MVP)
      a. Pick 1 Problem
      b. Pick 1 Solution
      c. Pick 1 Product.

      My Action:
      1. Simplify the journey for my Students.

      3. Inner Congruence.
      – Trust your Intuition.
      – Trust your guts.
      – Heal your patterns
      – Identify the pattern exists.
      – Go back to childhood to find root of the PAttern
      – Heal that wound & thank yourself.
      – Enjoy the process.

      – Overcome your rigidity.
      -Be fixed on your Goals but be flexible on how you reach it.
      – Build your skills.

      How to get into the flow state
      1. Skills > Challenge – Boredom
      2. Skills < Challenge – Frustration.
      3. Skills = Challenge – Flow State – The Real Magic.

      My Action:
      1. Identify my Pattern of slowing down in my journey & heal it.
      2. I need to upskill to meet the challenges.
      3. Get into the magic flow state.

    • Abhishek Srivastava

      Major points from the podcast:
      1. Examine my motivation and approach: Analyse my energy levels and strategy at this time.
      2. Make sure my plan and the market me are targeting are compatible.
      3. Review my actions: Evaluate their success and make the required corrections.
      4. Increase my knowledge and assess whether it helps me succeed financially.
      5. Accept the situation: Recognise and accept the situation as it is.
      6. Make another plan: Review and modify it as necessary.
      7. Select one market and one product: To streamline my strategy, concentrate on a single market and product.
      8. Prevent analysis paralysis Avoid becoming overtaken by analysis and thought.
      9. Maintain a market-focused perspective: Success is about meeting the requirements of the market, not simply my own.
      10. Look for quick and easy fixes: Try to find simple, effective answers.
      11. Inner congruence and intuition: Be guided by my inner harmony and trust my instincts.
      12. Change old patterns: Recognise any unfavorable ones from my past and deal with them.
      13. Identify pattern roots to comprehend how and why certain patterns emerged.
      14. Integrate lessons learned and promote healing: Draw on the lessons of the past to advance my development.
      15. Live a simple life: Take a carefree and joyful attitude towards life.
      16. Accept the process: Enjoy the journey rather than concentrate only on the outcome.
      17. Fixed objectives, and adaptive approaches: Maintain my commitment to my objectives while being flexible in my techniques.
      18. Match my skills to the challenges I experience: Make sure my skills are appropriate for the difficulties I confront.
      19. Achieve flow state: For peak performance, I can enter a state of flow when my skills and the problems I face mesh.

      My action steps:
      1. Review my energy and strategy: Spend a few minutes each day gauging my level of energy and assessing my present approach. Consider whether my energy level and goal alignment are good. If not, think about modifying my plan in a tiny but effective way to help me rediscover my motivation and focus.

      2. Instead, of focusing on too many markets and products, pick one niche and one product to concentrate on. I can better focus my efforts and resources by limiting my focus. Perform research to find a market with future demand, then choose a product that addresses a particular issue or need.

      3. Trust my gut: When making decisions, give myself some time to check in on my inner voice. Overanalyzing and overthinking can occasionally result in paralysis. Learn to trust my gut and act according to what seems correct.

    • Dr. Suryadeep Majumder

      Real Review – Habits, Numbers, tasks in hand, understand steps to follow, take action

      Action steps –

      Website fine tuning, integrating one to one
      automate the one time tasks,

    • Akshay Jalan

      Do a Realistic Review =Review your own energyReview your strategy of growth – 121, 121 many, coaching/consulting modelReview your actions systematically based on priority
      Are numbers NOT moving in your bank accounts thats a serious problem?
      How to get out of this?
      Get back to drawing board – Make it insanely simple MVP – Minimum Viable ProductOne product, one market,Dont get into overthinking or over analysisIt is not about what you think is right, Its about what the market wantsInner congruence – You need to feel happy with what u r doing, Heal your past in terms of past failures/retreats, do you start something enthusiastically and then slowly it becomes poison and then you blame the whole situation.
      Be fixed on your goal, vision but be flexible how you get there i.e. with your methods
      Be a master of your craft
      Skills are bigger than your challenge leads to boredom.
      Challenge is bigger than you challenge than leads to frustration
      Build skills and match it with the challenges that you have

      Top 3 Actions : 
      Work on my inner congruence to make it more aligned with my niche
      Focus on getting my MVP recorded and start selling
      Engaging on ppl through emotional connection formula as well as start running ads

    • Gita Ramachandran

      If you are not getting results : Then
      1. Review Your energy —
      2. Review Your strategy. Is your strategy matching
      3. Review of your actions? Is it taking you towards your goal or not
      4. Review your Revenues – High on Knowledge . Feeling good about Knowledge Passion starts to become poison
      Now Accept and get back to drawing board and try to Simplify
      Ticket one problem that you want to solve and develop 1 product for 1 Market and Test it with organic Market . Your viable product , is what the market really wants . Simplify and give them the result. If it works , its fine , else
      Don’t be Rigid , Be fixed on your vision , but not on your methods . Enjoy the process of learning and be pretty a good at your skills . Reflect on your congruence
      If your skills are bigger than your Challenge then you get bored
      If challenge is bigger than your skill, it leads to frustration. So match your Challenge to your skills

      My Action Points based on the learnings as above
      1. I need to review my strategy and try to engage with more people to get more organic leads
      2. I need to review my actions , I do have the plans , but its taking time putting them into actions
      3. I need to be more flexible , which leads to point 1 and point 2

      THANKS FOR sharing the same

    • john s tamang

      1. power of realistic review of your energy strategy, action and revenue
      2. get back to the basics and get back to your drawing rooms
      3. Realistic review of your revenue and result
      4. One Problem-One Market-One Product
      5. reflect on congruent
      6. Don’t take life seriously, but just enjoy the process. Be wishful and back it up with actions and develop your skills
      7. And don’t be rigid but build skills to add values
      8. Build Skills to add Values in peoples’ life

    • Vineeth Perumana

      Based on the above podcastbased on the above podcast My action points are going to be product creation by validating it with the audience that I want to serve. My second action point would be to create a super solid product based on what the market wants. My third action point would be getting the numbers right in terms of budgeting marketing and sales.

    • Santosh Pawaskar

      Dear Sidz,

      This topic very well resonate to me. Things are going well with the consultation business I started. However, in professional life things are not going well. This affecting my consultanation services as well. Top key learning from this post is 1) review my energy, strategies and my actions. 2) Accept the current situations and not to complain. 3) Get to the drawing board.

    • Nikhil Boricha

      Power, Strategy, and Actions!

    • ABANIBHUSAN BERA

      Thanks for such invaluable insight. Review, Simplicity, Congruence – great perspective.

    • Sarita Shetty

      Power of realistic review
      1. My Energy
      2. My Strategy
      3. My Bank Balance
      4. My Actions

      One market one product MVP

      Fixed on your goals
      Not fixed on your journey.

      Enjoy the process.

      Get to the state of flow.
      Magic of the game
      Build skills
      Skills that match the challenge

      Surrounding myself with action takers.

      Be positive.

      Thank you, Siddharth!!!

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