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It has been a decade-long journey since I entered the training and coaching business. In this podcast, I want to share with you my vision for the next 10 years and how you can stay ahead. Success in this field requires adapting to rapidly changing dynamics. Fortunately, the training and coaching industry in India has matured and evolved significantly in the last 3 to 4 years, and it will continue to improve in the future.

When any industry grows, it tends to attract a lot of noise. Just like the influx of MBA programs in colleges across India, there are now numerous training and coaching options available. However, there is a stark difference between pursuing an MBA from a reputable institution compared to a regular polytechnic college in a city. Similarly, the training and coaching industry has experienced a boom in the last 3 to 4 years, but it has also attracted substandard content and unqualified players looking to make a quick buck. These individuals invest in advertisements to promote their offerings without delivering substantial value.

Thankfully, many of these substandard coaches have failed to endure, while those who have consistently provided value and achieved results for their students have stood the test of time. In the coming decade, I foresee the industry becoming even better. The market will gain the maturity to discern who they want to work with, distinguishing between genuine professionals and those offering empty promises. Gradually, the industry will regulate itself, enabling customers to make informed choices.

By "better," I mean that individuals with limited knowledge about the training and coaching industry may initially fall for misleading ads and waste money on inadequate products. However, when they eventually seek out coaches and trainers who genuinely make a difference, they will gravitate towards them and consider their communities as their new homes. It's akin to nomads exploring various towns and villages before finally finding a place where they feel comfortable and settled.

Now, this is what's currently happening, and I'm observing it because I've been in this industry for over a decade. In the first five years, I was involved in running campaigns promoting individuals like Robert Kiyosaki, Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, and many others. I primarily served as a service provider and the driving force behind successful campaigns for notable figures in the personal development world, including Tony Robbins and his UPW events. We handled promotions from the years 2015 to 2017 consecutively. However, in the last five years, as I record this podcast, I've been actively engaged in the field, doing the work myself.

At present, our learning management system has over 100,000 learners, and we have been able to create numerous success stories, generating hundreds of six-figure earners and more. Therefore, I'd like to share my personal journey from the past five years. I've come to realize that for a coach or trainer to thrive in the market, they must actively participate day in and day out, receiving continuous feedback from their community, and consistently improving and adapting their systems. Without these elements, they will struggle to sustain themselves.

By being deeply involved in the game, coaches and trainers can gauge the pulse of their community, making continuous improvements based on the feedback received. This applies to various coaching niches, such as business, career, health, wealth, stock market expertise, relationships, arts, creativity, and more. The crucial first step in this game is to start building a community, rather than solely focusing on selling products or programs. Creating a community model should be the primary goal.

The second step is to deliver results for your community. How can this be achieved? By gamifying the entire experience. This entails setting up three to four significant milestones that members must cross to attain a "superstar" award. In my case, I have implemented a World Champion award and a Hall of Fame and Freedom Finish award, with four levels of gamification in this journey. Therefore, step one is to build the community, step two is to gamify it, and step three is to collect feedback from the community.

As students achieve results, like those who enter my Hall of Fame, I organize Hall of Fame mastermind sessions to gather ideas from these members. I recognize that the best ideas often come from my own students, rather than solely relying on my own insights. Over time, this Hall of Fame mastermind has evolved into a quantum mastermind, where I exclusively work with the top 100 coaches in our country. During our monthly mastermind calls, we exchange ideas, creating an open and structured format. The collective consciousness and shared ideas within this mastermind contribute to overall progress.

In summary, step one is to build a community, step two is to gamify that community to achieve results for its members, and step three is to tap into the power of the mastermind within your community. By following these steps, coaches and trainers can continuously improve and find new ways to implement their ideas based on the valuable feedback received.

The way I see the training and coaching industry evolving and growing is that coaches and trainers who can apply this three-step process I just shared will quickly adapt to the fast-changing times. They will be more relevant and attuned to their audience, and their audience will be more attuned to them due to their persistence, consistency, and continuous evolution of their own model.

What I used to teach in 2018 and 2019 has drastically changed compared to what I teach now. In fact, it has become simpler than ever before. The number of people achieving results in our community is growing at a massively fast pace. There are currently around 50 to 60 people waiting for me to interview, and I haven't had the time to document my Hall of Fame interviews. I have become the bottleneck in this process. As a result, we are conducting group sessions and organizing live events to felicitate and give awards to multiple people at once. These initiatives have been made possible because of the effectiveness and simplicity of the model we have created.

Now, let's revisit the original point: Where do I see this industry heading in the next 5 to 10 years? Firstly, those who are building communities and innovating around them will stand the test of time. On the market side, students who learn from various trainers and coaches will gravitate towards those who align with their value system. If trainers or coaches only focus on their knowledge or information as their unique selling point, they are already at a disadvantage. They can be replaced by tools like ChatGPT and other sources that provide better information. Instead, it's crucial to engage the community, establish transparency, and build trust with the audience by being vulnerable, sharing mistakes, openly discussing what's working and what's not, and creating an environment where every community member feels they are part of something greater than just acquiring information.

Over the past five years, particularly the last one to two years, I have witnessed a higher level of commitment from the members in my internal lifestyle hub community. The stickiness and engagement have improved compared to the first two years. Some of the students from my early years in the game are less active now, which is understandable as I was just starting out at that time. However, with better systems and processes in place, people are finding better alignment with what they seek. Many of them are achieving results and feel a strong sense of belonging within the community.

So, one of the reasons this is happening is not just because of gamification, but also because of the open-hearted conversations and collaborations that I'm fostering among community members, creating a family-like bonding atmosphere. I'm establishing an environment where a strong code of honor, mutual respect, and trust for one another prevail. We're not here solely for self-promotion; instead, we're here to help and support each other. That's the vibe of our entire community. Building a culture like this takes time.

Returning to the original point, if you're a trainer or a coach and you're not creating cultures where people want to be with you, not just for what you teach – it's not about information – but for the experience you provide, that will be more sustainable. Relying solely on information will only be a matter of time before someone with better information surpasses you or attracts more people to them.

The success of a knowledge business or coaching business is not about information, the latest trends, market strategies, or tools. It's about a bigger mission and purpose. In my case, our strong mission is to redefine the education system by creating a new breed of teachers and leaders. We are effectively an academy for digital leaders, equipping them with knowledge, skills, mindsets, and tools to succeed. While we can't officially call ourselves a university, as we are an alternate education system, we function as a university for digital leaders.

What I'm trying to convey is that the future of coaching industry in India will go beyond knowledge. It will revolve around communities, gamification, and activating these communities to generate the best ideas from within. Facilitating transformations and collaborations with a focus on student results should be your top priority. If your results, sales, and profits are at the forefront of your business plan, it's only a matter of time before someone else replaces you. However, if you prioritize your students' results and consistently create success stories, you'll elevate your game to the next level.

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    126 replies to "Future Of Coaching Industry In India"

    • Yogeswari Suryadeep

      Notes

      – The market is smart enough, so we have to focus on VALUE and Serving! Going deep in learning, implementing than serving
      – There is an information overload, but WISDOM FAMINE!
      – We have to be in the gane day in and day out, learn, implement, then receive feedback from our community and audience.
      – Build a community, gamify and get feedback
      – Consistency, evolution and enchancing the customer experience

      Action Steps
      – Work on Website and VIP Community
      – Give 4-5 hours everyday for the community
      – Give all my energy and attention to Yogeswari by creating lead magnet

    • DILSHAD SHAMSUDEEN

      Note getting the Podcast

    • Ruchir Thakkar

      Top Action points.

      1. Build, Gamify, and get results for my Community
      2. Create a Mastermind
      3. Document the results

      Be in the Game. Game Aum

    • Niloy Kundu

      The secret sauces are
      1.build a community, don’t sell the product
      2.deliver value always to that community
      3.tap the power of mastermind

    • Janardan Kar

      #ilhfamily#ilhdeeplearner
      There is lot of buzz in Digital coaching space. It has matured to large extent. Only quality and consistency in coaching with a community approach could survive. Learnings

      1. Build community – consistency, culture, communication
      2. Gamification. -Motivating members, continuous motivation
      3. Getting results for students. Get their pain points and give them simple solutions

    • Abhishek Mithun

      – Anything New concepts attracts a lot of noise. But Consistent.
      – People who have wasted money will end up with the Genuine ones.
      – People end up gravitating towards the ones who align with the values.
      – Community members need to feel they are a part of something.
      – It is not about Information, Lack of tools, Knowledge etc..

      Coach/Trainer -> IN THE GAME Day in Day out –> Sustain in the Market

      Steps to be IN THE GAME
      *Build Community Model – Build
      *Results for your community – Gamify
      *Get Feedback from your community – Certify

    • Karthik

      1. Future of The Coaching Industry in India
      1. Next 10 years in coaching
      2. It’s like doing an MBA in IIM vs other college makes the difference
      3. Sub-standard players & coaches will come into play, but they will fizzle out
      4. Market having the maturity to choose who they want to work with
      5. Nomads exploring and reaching home
      6. Unless the coach is in the game day-in, day-out, continuously adapting their game, getting feedback from their community, they won’t sustain.
      7. Start building a community model
      8. Second, get results for your community by gamifying the whole experience. Atleast 3 to 4 levels
      9. Three, get feedback from your community
      10. Those coaches who can apply these will be the ones who will be more attuned to the, by the fact of persistence, consistency and evolution of their model
      2. Next 10 Years
      1. Those who are building communities and innovating will stand the test of time
      2. In the market, students will gravitate towards specific coaches and marketss
      3. If your USP is information, you’ll be replaced. It is about engaging your community and being transparent, sharing your mistakes, by sharing what is working and not. People should feel they are part of something bigger
      4. Mutual respect and trust for each other, while helping and support for each other
      5. Built around a mission and a purpose

    • Tania

      Very insightful. The pointers which caught my ear are
      1. Empty pot sounds too much, but to be relevant and sustain you’ve got to put your day in and day out.
      2. Build community, gamify the journey and open to the feedbacks
      3. Let the members feel the mission and build a culture
      4. Prioritize student’s results

    • Aditya Narayan Porandla

      The first stage is to create a community, the second is to gamify that community to provide outcomes for its members, and the third is to harness the masterminding potential of your community.
      By following these procedures, coaches and trainers may develop continually and discover new methods to implement their ideas in response to the insightful feedback they get.
      By being vulnerable, sharing mistakes, openly discussing what’s working and what isn’t, and cultivating an environment where every community member feels part of something greater than just acquiring information, engaging the community, establishing transparency, and gaining the audience’s trust is crucial.
      3 Action Steps:
      1) Continuously Learning, Doing and Teaching
      2) Create a tribe, community with integrity
      3) Freedom to learn and implement

    • Ravi Kiraan Vijapurapuu

      My Action Steps
      1. I will be coach only in true sense to my Audience and will not provide any substandard Products and Services.

      2. My Products and Services will be built to cater to the Faster Solutions to the Problems of my Students .


      3. I will build Collaborated Communities of Goal Oriented and Result Achieving Students.

      4. I will be transparent in what I am delivering to my Students.

      5. My Communities Results will be a Role Model and create ripple effect to many Fathers in the World.

    • Dharanidharan Rajkumar

      My top 3 action plans are:
      1. Starting a community and getting results for my community through gamification.
      2. Getting feedback from my community and constantly improve myself and the implementation of the system.
      3. Creating a bond in my community and helping them collaborate with each other to achieve collective milestones.

    • Devina Rao

      This podcast was simply amazing!!
      Top Three Actions:
      1) Start building a community as well, don’t just focus on courses.
      2) Gamify your community, create 4-5 milestones for your members to achieve
      3) Collect Feedback with Mastermind Groups

      Those who are constantly innovating will stand the test of time.

      Don’t just keep information as your USP else you may get replaced by GPT, engage your community and have that trust with your audience. The future goes beyond knowledge; the community environment, support and the culture we build is what elevates our game!

    • Karthikeyan

      Step 1 – Build the community
      Step 2 – Gamify the community
      Step 3 – Get Feedback from the community (Masterminds)

      These 3 Steps will help the coaches in the continuous evolution of their coaching model

      Next 5 to 10 years,
      students gravitate to the coach’s values and alignment and their Level of Trust and Transparency with the community

      Bigger mission and vision
      collaboration
      create cultures and experience
      Beyond Knowledge

    • Truptiranjan Mohakul

      1. Build your community.
      2. Get result in your community. (By doing gamification)
      3. Get the feedback from your community. (By doing mastermind / tap the power of mastermind)
      Improve the system through feedback.
      4. Build trust within your community (By sharing your mistake, your vulnerability)
      People will be not with you for the thing you teach but for the experience you give them.
      5. Generate the best ideas from the tribe itself, for a long run player in coaching & training industry.

    • Madhusudan V

      Future of the Coaching Industry in India
      1. Build a Community : Trainer, Coach, Mentor are very important to Build Community
      2. Give Experience to Community – Gamification…
      3. Feed back from Community
      4. Support each other…. Create happy Environment….
      5. Beyond KNOWLEDGE…..

    • Ravi Kumar

      1. Start building community, Don’t sell product
      2. Gamify your community
      3. Get feedback from community, as well as new ways of implementing
      – engage your community
      – Open-hearted conversation
      – Collaborations, Help and Support each other
      – Bigger Mission and Bigger Purpose
      – Student result be on our top priority

    • Sangeeta Naik

      Building a Community : It is easy to get people, but not their opinions unless it hits them somewhere, and they feel the trust to share. That itself is an exerise. That is feedback right now at this level.

      Gamify the community : This I feel has some resistance within me. Need to give it some thought, apart from just giving some gift away, rather it has to be a gift they value.

      Masterminding : This is where the ideas start flowing in, where they contribute to growth of the community thereby everybody is benefitting.

      Aligining within the value system : I can not leave my coach because the insights come from him, always makes me grow. and trust, transparency is the key which will help me to have success eventually. One does not know how much one needs to grow..

      Open haearted collaborations with trust that makes the other one successful, rather than just promoting each other. It is not only information, but the experience that you are able to give them….

      Mission and Purpose- Sharing it and help them with outlining theirs as well. It is beyond knowledge. It is about transformations with student results in the forefront…

    • Aparna

      Lovely

    • Pradeep Hariharan

      My takeaways:
      Training and coaching are matured in India and the noises are cutting down. The substandard stuffs are frizzled out. The market is smart enough to see through the stuff.
      You must be in the game in and out. You have to get continuous feedback. Get results for your students. Tap into the power of your mastermind.
      Don’t let be the “information” your USB; it should be based on the engagement with them.
      Build your community around a mission.
      Engage with them. Give them the best experience.
      Learn from them.

    • Lalit Hundalani

      Thanks for the awesome podcast sidz..Very crisp and high value content.

      My key takeaways form the podcast :

      # 1. The coaching industry is going to get better as the clients can well differentiate between value and the fluff.

      #2..After exploring different options,people will identify what’s best for them/

      #3.The coaches need to have their ears on the ground and be atuned to feedback from the students.

      #4.Gamify the entire experience for students so that they can look up to their next milestones.

      #5.use the power of mastermind to gather and implement ideas from the community.

      #6. Those who are going to build communities and innovate consistently will thrive in this industry.

      #7.it’s less about giving information but more about engagement of the audience,

      #8.Creating culture where people want to be with you bcoz of who you are . and not the information you share..

      #9. it’s important to have a strong mission for the community so that everyone is aligned.

      #10. Focus on results of the clients will help you sustain for longer than highlighing only your results

      Thanks Sidz for sharing thsi..

      MY top 3 action points :

      1.Start with organic webinar this weekend/

      2.Launch FB ads

      3..Create Landing page

    • Shankaran Paramasivan

      01. DELIVER CONSISTENT VALUE TO STUDENTS
      02. MAINTAIN THE QUALITY STANDARDS FOR MY COURSES AND CONTENTS.
      03.BE IN THE GAME ON A DAILY BASIS AND KEEP IMPROVING THE PRODUCT ON FEEDBACKS U GET..
      04.GET CONSISTENT RESULTS FOR THE STUDENT.
      05.BUILD ,GAMIFY AND TAKE FEEDBACK FROM THE COMMUNITY..

    • KETAN K GAWAND

      Industry is Booming
      Only quality players will survive – working on self , results for students
      Market is smart enough to decide who they want to work
      True seekers will gravitate towards right people
      Right communities as their home
      -Dont sell only product – build community
      -Get results for the community – Gamify – 2-4 level
      -Get feedback from community – Consistent , Persistent , Refine products
      Who will stand apart – Community builders and innovators
      Market – Align with value system of Coach
      Not about info – transparency and trust , being vulnerable (Open Hearted Communication ) , Feeling they are part of something bigger
      Informal academy for Creating Ideal Students in their niche

    • Harshil shah

      Thank you Sidz for opening the horizon of the training and coaching business industry for me!

      This is what I have to be focused on –
      – Create a community where customers are comfortable.
      -Making sure customers are getting results by gamifying the process of learning.
      – Always take feedback from community and making sure to create a mastermind with collective consciousness.

      Future –
      If I apply this I will be able to adapt with this evolving industry.
      When I get my values clear to my customers, I will automatically attract the right customers.
      Focus on giving experience of transformation to customers not information.
      Focus on something higher than self – the Mission and the vision!!

      Thank you sharing the birds eye view of what’s going to be the future of training and coaching industry.
      Very useful podcast.
      MPTY!

    • Purav Bhatt

      Completely agree about the Future of Coaching Business.

      Very well explained the larger vision we need to have and passing the same to the community

      My key takeaways are

      ✅ Build Communities
      ✅ Be transparent with the Community
      ✅ It’s all about a Strong Mission and a Purpose

    • Vivekanand Mohan Kullolli

      Top 3 Learnings Are
      1. To stand test of time, the coach has to workout on true values and core principles of their subject rather than flowing with the trending invaluable niches.
      2. Don’t just sell and disappear. be accountable to your customers or students. stand with them to transform their lives
      3. make learning more enjoyable, relevant, clear and result oriented, rather than providing ornamental certification.
      4. don’t be only information USB, be the anchor to hold the students throughout their journey by creating collaboration to grow each and every member of the community.

    • SUBRAT MAHAKUL

      My Learning from it-

      1. Building a community
      2. Gamifying the community to get better results.
      3. Feedback from the community.
      Engaging your customer in a transparent environment will help them to stay with us.

    • Sonal Singh Chauhan

      Highlights:
      1. Market is smart enough to choose
      2. Start creating community model
      3. Get results for your community – Set miles stones (Gamifications)
      4. Get feedback from the community (For improvement and new ways of implementations)
      By doing below :
      1. Persistence
      2. Consitence
      3. Evolution in their own model
      Future is in :
      1. Building the community and innovating around that
      2. Its not about the information, having trust and being vulnerable and creating an enviornment to be part of bigger mission.
      3. Creating culture is more sustanable.
      4. Generate ides from tribe and facilitating collobarations.

    • Anurag Sinha

      I completely resonate with this podcast and my take away are as follows.

      1. Delivering knowledge is not good enough. Quality knowledge and simplicity of delivery is the key to being a long-term player in this business.
      2. Build a community based on shared values and common purpose. There is more to learn from your community than from your own insights.
      3. Be human and not try to be a superhero. People will connect better if you are vulnerable, are sharing your mistakes, the beliefs you have changed etc.

      Create a culture of learning and teaching i.e. not only what to learn but how to learn

    • Supriya

      Takeaway:
      The results/experience you are able to generate in your community should be taking off the information you give.

    • Lavanya Eedara

      My Key Takeaways:
      1. Tribe building
      2. Gamification
      3. Feedback from the community

    • Amala Rai

      Information is not important. They people can get from anywhere. It is the experience which make people stick to you. For that, creating mastermind is essential.

    • Devina Rao

      This podcast was simply amazing!!
      Top Three Actions:
      1) Start building a community as well, don’t just focus on courses.
      2) Gamify your community, create 4-5 milestones for your members to achieve
      3) Collect Feedback with Mastermind Groups

      Those who are constantly innovating will stand the test of time.

      Don’t just keep information as your USP else you may get replaced by GPT, engage your community and have that trust with your audience. The future goes beyond knowledge; the community environment, support and the culture we build is what elevates our game!

    • Shabeena A M

      1. Build communities & innovate around that
      2. Serve them and gamify the strategies
      3. Learn from the feedbacks from your community members

      Have a value system and build your communities and systems with people aligned to these values.
      Its not about the information you share, its about sharing your vulnerabilities and learnings from your mistakes.
      Collaborate, help and support each other.
      Create cultures that will inspire people long to be with you
      Build your community around your vision and mission

    • Shampa Chatterjee

      ENGAGEMENT
      GAMIIFICATION
      BUILDING COMMUNITY
      NURTURING COMMUNITY
      ITS NOT JUST INFO WHAT WE ARE SHARING ITS ABOUT WHAT WE AS A FREEDOM MINDSET COACHES GIVE TO THE COMMUNITY..

    • Siddhanath Maurya

      To be in Game
      1) Form a Community
      2) Get a Results of your Students by Gamification
      3) Create MasterMinds Alliances and get feedback
      4 ) Evolve the Model continuously
      5) Work on simplifying and better experience

    • Vyomesh Buch

      Here are the key points that stood out to me:
      1. Consistency is crucial for relevance and sustainability. Despite initially sounding insignificant, dedicating yourself day in and day out is essential.
      2. Foster a sense of community, incorporate gamification into the process, and be open to receiving feedback. These elements can greatly enhance the journey.
      3. Instill a strong sense of mission among your members and cultivate a culture that aligns with it.
      4. Make student results a top priority in your endeavors.

    • Samir Dash

      The Future of the Coaching industry is going to be what you have already implemented in your system @Sidz. and I am just going to follow that.

      I will build a world class product, build a community, keep them engaged and Help them get result by implementing some gamification process.

      Thank you for opening my eyes through this Podcast.

    • Ruthuparna Sharma

      Mind Blown by the learning in today’s Podcast.

      My 3 Key Takeaways are:

      1. You as a coach will stand during the test of times when you build communities and innovate constantly.

      2. To your community be Authentic and let the focus of coach be student success.

      3. Instead of running the community based on information, drive the community based on Mission, Values and Culture.

    • Jaykumari Vighnesh Trivedi

      1. It’s about students getting results

      2. I am building community of Happy Married Women who creates Happy Homes

      3. Take feedback from community and simply and gamification of the journey.

    • Saumya Kumari

      My Learnings: – 🔥🔥🔥

      – Start building a community

      – Gamify & Get results for community

      – Get feedback from the community

      – Create a HOF group and collect ideas from the same

      – it’s not about information – but for the experience you provide, that will be more sustainable.

      Relying solely on information will only be a matter of time before someone with better information

      surpasses you or attracts more people to them.

      – If your results, sales, and profits are at the forefront of your business plan, it’s only a matter of time

      before someone else replaces you. However, if you prioritize your students’ results and consistently

      create success stories, you’ll elevate your game to the next level.

    • Swapnil Girase

      💡⚙️Maturing and evolving industry: customers becoming more discerning and making informed choices.

      💡🏫Building a community model: Coaches and trainers should prioritize building a community rather than solely focusing on selling products or programs. Trainers can foster a sense of belonging and loyalty among their audience.

      💡📈Gamification for results: The gamification of the learning experience can be a powerful tool for achieving results within a community. Setting up milestones and awards can motivate members to actively participate and strive for success.

      💡🧠Harnessing the power of the mastermind: By exchanging ideas and gathering feedback from community members, trainers and coaches can tap into collective consciousness and enhance overall progress.

      💡🤝Emphasizing mission and purpose: The future of the coaching industry lies in going beyond mere information and focusing on a bigger mission and purpose. Trainers and coaches should strive to create experiences, foster a sense of belonging, and prioritize student results over sales and profits.

      🎯Community building is crucial
      🎯Gamification drives engagement and results
      🎯Mission and purpose drive sustainability

    • Dr Rashmi manjunath

      My top actions
      1. coaching is no more personal its social service so I will be more responsible in whatever I deliver
      2. I concentrate on building community giving them a strong code of honor.
      3. I will constantly work on myself so that I can improve my coaching

    • DR GM PATIL

      my action plan . 1] creating community and finding pluse of community. 2]creating numerous success story . 3]making continuos improvment based on the feedback

    • Sumesh Chhabria

      The first step is to Build a community, Second Step is to Get Results for your community, Step three is to get a feedback from your Community.

    • Devanand

      My takeways:
      1. There will be noise in coaching.
      2. People are going to choose coach in crowed
      3. Don’t simply sell course, self membership :
      Step 1 : Create community
      Step 2 : Gamify the community
      Step 3 : Gate feedback from community

    • khushbu sandeep jain

      3 main steps to be taken
      1)start building your community dont sell only courses.
      2) gamify your community and be there for their results.
      3)to get feedback from community
      3 main steps to apply
      1)keep your teaching simpler and keep improving model
      2)if you want to excel keep your community engage and keep transparency
      3)collaboration in community and culture in community to help each other and focus on students success more than yours
      in coming years

    • Sandeepa Zakarde

      Academy of Digital Coaches :

      1. Put the skin in the game.
      2. Start building a Community
      3. Get results for community using gamification of communities
      4. Ideas implementation with monthly masterminds. Tap into their power.
      5. Persistence, consistency and evolution of own model

      Being vulnerable, transparency, clear transformation, open hearted conversation, strong code of honour.

    • Dr D Srinivas Rao

      My Top 3 ACTIONS:

      1. I start building my Community
      2. I Create Results for my Students
      3. I tap into the Power of Mastermind

    • Jayaram Amin

      Top 3 Points learnt
      1. Start building community and nit just sell courses/products
      2. Get results for your community. Design gamification over these results.
      3. Get feedback from the community and work on these feedbacks.
      4. Its not about giving information, but by angaging with community that leads to growth in digital biz.

    • Priyanka Pai

      Superb Podcast
      Sidz , you are highlighting the importance of building a strong community and to be able to do that, our skin has to be in the game. We need to live and breath what we preach and be strong first. Also, it is important and we also attract quality people who share their ideas with us.

    • SUJATA SHREEPAT TOLE

      Top 3 actions are:
      1. Build the community
      2. Get the result for students
      3. COH & Gamification for the students.
      Don’t just focus on giving information, to withstand in the market for long time, focus on getting results & building trust with the community. .
      Thank you so much Sidz!!! MPTY🙏🙏🙏

    • Sushmita

      My top 3 learning
      1. Don’t just teach, get results for ur students
      2. Don’t just preach, become the true leader of ur community
      3. Don’t just earn, get ur students to earn

      Thanks Sidz

      P.s unable to load photo now…please consider

    • Dr. Sangeeta Pattanaik

      My Key Action Steps:

      1. Have Built a community of over thousands of members, need to focus more on Gamification, Engagement, and Creating a Stronger Environment for them to Grow Bigger,

      2. Inspiring them to aim for bigger Results by Creating a Family environment with strong Code of honor and better culture.

      3. It’s Not about Information, Latest tools, tactics, rather it’s about a strong mission and a bigger purpose. I am aiming for more transformations and facilitate them with major ideas from the community

    • Dr Ankit Agur

      Top 3 actions
      1. Work on myself each and evryday
      2. Build a business with an attitude of creating results for them over evrything else
      3. Build an experience and environment of growth and evolution

    • Anshuman Khullar

      The top 3 take aways:
      1- Community building and tapping in power of community to innovate
      2- Being authentic and vulnerable. Be integrated.
      3- Its not about information. Its about experience.

    • ANURADHA SHARMA

      Another insight Sidz, very well emphasized yet another concept of creating a community, keeping it engaged by gamification to transform, and then nurturing it continuously by involving them as contributors and collaborators. People can see the superfluous attitude, it’s important to create leaders without any insecurities.

    • Sonal Singh Chauhan

      My 3 key actions

      1. Get feedback from the community (For improvement and new ways of implementations)
      2 . Generate ides from tribe and facilitating collaborations.
      3. My course improvements

    • Dinesh Kumar

      My takeaways:
      1. for a coach or trainer to thrive in the market, they must actively participate day in and day out, receiving continuous feedback from their community, and consistently improving and adapting their systems. Without these elements, they will struggle to sustain themselves. For them to sustain, following is required:
      a. start building a community
      b. deliver results for your community by gamifying the entire experience. This entails setting up three to four significant milestones that members must cross to attain a “superstar” award.
      c. collect feedback from the community

      2. students who learn from various trainers and coaches will gravitate towards those who align with their value system. If trainers or coaches only focus on their knowledge or information as their unique selling point, they are already at a disadvantage. They can be replaced by tools like ChatGPT and other sources that provide better information. Instead, it’s crucial to engage the community, establish transparency, and build trust with the audience by being vulnerable, sharing mistakes, openly discussing what’s working and what’s not, and creating an environment where every community member feels they are part of something greater than just acquiring information.
      3. if you’re a trainer or a coach and you’re not creating cultures where people want to be with you, not just for what you teach – it’s not about information – but for the experience you provide, that will be more sustainable. Relying solely on information will only be a matter of time before someone with better information surpasses you or attracts more people to them.
      4. the future of coaching industry in India will go beyond knowledge. It will revolve around communities, gamification, and activating these communities to generate the best ideas from within. Facilitating transformations and collaborations with a focus on student results should be your top priority. If your own results, sales, and profits are at the forefront of your business plan, it’s only a matter of time before someone else replaces you. However, if you prioritize your students’ results and consistently create success stories, you’ll elevate your game to the next level.

    • Shankar R.M.

      Actions are:
      1.Have Gamification plan for the Community.
      2.Get the Feedback From the Community and fine-tune then & There, masterminding within the community members to meet their requirements.
      3.Create Culture within the Community , not only Teching and giving information, Rather should give Experiences and have Students result as the benchmark of our coaching.

    • Suyash

      1. Build communities
      2. Gamify the journey to enhance results for the community members
      3. Collect community feedback for constant improvement of the product and results thereof
      4. build value system/culture to counter information outburst but the connect an bigger mission and purpose

    • Abhishek Srivastava

      If coaches want to stand out they got to communicate and work together well, they have to follow these principles. By always bringing it and being real with clients, coaches can create a chill space for growth. Coaches can totally improve their practices and be super helpful to their communities by listening to feedback, working together, and always growing. If coaches encourage teamwork, honest chats, and show respect, they can create a chill and goal-oriented vibe. Basically, these principles help coaches talk and work together with people to help them reach their goals and be part of a bigger mission.

    • Ravi Kishore

      ○ Bigger Mission
      ○ Bigger Purpose
      ○ More Around Communities, Technology, How we are actively engaging them
      § Building a community
      § Get Results to your community – Gamification
      Get Feedback from the community and Collect Ideas from HOF Members

    • ARUN SHANMUKA

      1 Building community
      2 Mastermind with community members
      3 Gamification in community

    • Gowtham Balaji

      Agree, I was one of the ones who left online training in 2020. I added value in offline and in online corporate programs. Now I am back to online, I find the ground more suitable, more mature, more sensible. I feel I am more ready and more qualitative as I have stuck around this. My top 3 actions
      1. COntinue orientation towards students results
      2. Take feedback from community
      3. See what is next on my horizon

    • VRUSHALI GARDE

      THANK YOU SIDZ FOR THIS VERY HONEST PODCAST! MY ACTIONS WILL BE
      1. GIVE VALUE. COMMUNITY AND THEIR NEEDS FIRST. MY, MISSION FIRST.
      2. ALREADY BUILDING COMMUNITY, NEED TO BRING GAMIFICATION AND EXCITMENT.
      3.GET FEEDBACK FROM COMMUNITY
      4.TRIBE VIBE-HELP AND GROW WITH EACH OTHER.
      5. COMMUNITY AND THEIR ENGAGEMENT AND TRANSPARENCY AND THEY SHOULD FEEL PART OF BIGGER!

    • Asha Badge

      My key learnings are-
      1. We have to focus on creating a world-class product.
      2. Focus on student result.
      3. Focus on the community-building process
      conclusion- The future of the coaching industry in India will go beyond knowledge so be ready for this booming industry.

    • Swati Gundi

      Key Points –
      1. Build Communities
      2. Gamifications and get results from students
      3. Create Mastermind

      Its not about information and engaging your community is more important.

    • Madhu Kodidala

      Build community
      Start gamification with tangible results.
      Always seek feedback for crystal clear results.

      Student results is the top priority rather than the money.

    • Pramila Gupta

      It’s not about knowledge but about
      1. Community building,
      2. Gamification, and
      3. Students’ results.

    • Badarinath

      – Will start creating a community model
      – Work hard to Get results for the community
      – Gamifying and simplify the journey
      – Getting feedback from the community (Improving and
      – Creating a positive environment
      – Building around the mission

    • Aarti Teckchandani

      Be life long learner
      Be in the the game
      Start creating community model
      Get results for community
      Gamification is necessary
      Feedback from community
      Mastermind to keep growing
      Its not about knowledge its about being vulnerable
      Help & support each other
      Create culture to give experience than knowledge
      Focus on community building

      Top 3 Action:-
      Building Community
      Focus
      Vulnerability

    • Vrajangna

      Community, gamification is the future of coaching industry. try and create your community who resembles you mindset

    • Srinivas TR

      Thanks for this podcast

      The 3 Steps
      1)Build Communities
      2) Gamification
      3) Feedback from the Community

      Persistence and Consistency will lead to Evolution

      It is not about the Tools, It is the Purpose

      It is about Engaging and make them feel at Home

      Top 3 Action

      1) Gamification levels\
      2) Feedback
      3) Engagaement

      Cheers

    • Gautam Kumar

      Future of Coaching Industry in India
      In next 10 years information is easy to pursue, if anyone goes for coaching you need to focus on community building by engaging information, if you have bigger purpose to do the things then community will easy for you and when you focus on getting results of students then community will increase day by day so first anybody must be clear why they do what they do so first of all set intention to become the person that you want to become you can enjoy your work and become legend in their industry, always take new initiatives to energize your students.

    • Karuna

      Action

      1. Build a loyal community
      2. Implement Gamification
      2. Continuously improve the experience.

    • Amit Dobariya

      Action point from today
      1. Create content
      2. Give better experience to community
      3. Full stack brain

    • Santosh Acharya

      It’s an Idea of a Lifetime, to Lead, Grow and Create a Community. It’s about Them not about YOU.

      A Great Mission starts with a community.

    • Prem

      Building a community highlights having a mission that engages them and is always relevant. This can only happen if you are aligned to making the value high for everyone. Gamification keeps your community aspiring and to have milestones of seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
      The tilt happens when your community feels that there is opening sharing for each other’s well being, just information alone will not help but a sense of emotion, vulnerability, hope and support that binds each as a family.

    • Pankhuri Omar

      3 Action Steps:

      1. BE IN THE GAME- Do not fizzle out! Be consistent, become better and better so that people can see value in you and your community and after trying many, they join you. Coz you are IN THE GAME!

      2. BUILD YOUR CULTURE- Gamification is the key to getting results. Keep focus on your student’s results and giving them an environment. Have open hearted conversations with mutual trust and respect. So ALWAYS BUILD YOUR CULTURE!

      3. GENERATE IDEAS WITHIN- Tap into the power of the mastermind of the community by getting feedback. The best ideas often come from your own students, rather than solely relying on your own insights.

      Super powerful and insightful, not to mention … in point shooter style 🙂

      Thank you!

      Peace,
      Pankhuri

    • Stanly Richard

      My 3 top actions are
      1. Build a community
      2. Try to get results for the community through gamification
      3. To get feedback from the community which will help me to improve the new way of actions.

    • Avinash Kunchurkar

      Absolutely resonate with this and implementing it.

      1. Giving Experience > Knowledge.
      2. Building communities creates raving fans,
      3. Someone with better Information will outgrow you if you are not building community and gamifiying for results

    • Ambili Menon

      My Key Learnings:
      1) Be in the trenches Day In and Day Out.
      2) Build a community and gamify the experience!
      3) Constantly take feedback

      The MAJOR action that Sidz inspires me to take is to focus on “TRIBE BUILDING.” Get results for your community and you’ll stay relevant for life!

    • Meera Natarajan

      This game is not about knowledge sharing, it is all about showing the clients, the path to success and helping them walk through that path.

    • Prachiti Sharangdhar

      Amazing Podcast. Lots of learnings. 1. Don’t sell courses, build communities. 2. Give 100% and evolve continuously by taking feedback from your students. 3. your students should be the HERO/ focus of your courses. 4. Facilitate transformation. 5. Make yourself available for your students.

    • Sanjay Mhatre

      1) Start building a Community
      2) Gamify the experience
      3) Get feedback from Community

    • Shailesh Narwade

      Learnt very important point that unique experience will keep people coming to the community rather than just passing the information. Thanks Sid for this valuable teaching.

    • Loretta Sridhar

      Build a community
      Build a culture
      It is not about information, it is about the values your community members will vide with.
      Call to Action
      Focus on values not the information
      Build a community not focus on sales
      Gamify the learning

    • Dhananjay Modgalya

      Tools and tactics can be and will be replaced, mission and vission for community is the game.

      My top 3 action items:
      1. Adding gamification in my community
      2. Will have mastermind call for Generating ideas from my community to get more results for students.
      3. Facilitating more collaboration amongst community members.

      My takeaways:
      Build Community

      Gamify the community

      Masterminding

      Aligining within the value system

      Focus on result of students

      Mission and Purpose

    • Nitin Mahajan

      Great insights in this POdcast
      Below are my 3 Actions , that I need to work on

      1. Create community based on my true values
      2. Build the community with the power of Gamification
      3. Create Mastermind that collaborates and grow together

    • Falgun Pathak

      Actions :
      1. Building Community
      2. Focus to get results for your community and design gamification
      3. Being authentic and focus on quality

    • DILSHAD SHAMSUDEEN

      there will be noise in the coaching
      feedback is important for improving your coaching
      First start the coaching and improve while going through the process.

    • Prem

      I agree with creating a culture, as that has delivered me results in time and time in my work. True -Giving an experience will define us; it becomes so relevant when the mission of the community and purpose. Indeed the feedback makes us get better, as in your example kep taking onboard and tweaking.
      Also, the example of realising how dynamic and changing is the requirement from the feed back is so powerful. Thank you for these pearls.

    • Sangita Chauhan

      my action steps:
      1. completely focus on community based model.
      2. entire focus on student’s progress. not me or my business.
      3. create an experience like a family who make them feel comfortable . where COH is the song base of community.

    • Neyamathullah HM

      When a community is built with a mission and vision, then the training and coaching done by an individual could bring a huge value at a later stage. It is time-consuming but keep rolling in the same passionate area will bring a result one day.

      There are three insights to be reviewed, observed and implemented to make yourself and your community highly trustworthy and its value become priceless:

      1. Start building a community which stands the test of time.
      Building a community is important to promote a mutually understandable knowledge business. It
      boosts your growth as well as your team members.

      2. Get a result for a community (Gamification)
      The result is important as a person who invests time and money, should naturally look tangible
      benefits from his master.
      3. Get feedback from a community
      Feedback is important for getting more ideas and also boost to get new curriculum designs for the
      growth.

      Be a genuine and trustworthy master for yourself and your community.

    • Satish Trimukhe

      Thanks, Siddharth for such a Historic podcast for the future of the Indian Coaching Industry.

      There are so much croud and different views and noice in the coaching industry today. You have rightly and precisely pointed out the powerful Tips for success as a coach.

      1. Start Building Community.
      2. Get Results for you you community.
      3.Get feedback from community mastermind.

      Thanks.

    • Neerja

      Main action i have to take
      1. Ensure openminded ness in community
      2. Developing Challenges to engage and make them learn
      3. Drafting Code of honour

    • Deepmala Singh

      My learnings – The key to the success in the game of coaching industry is not just knowledge, as knowledge is easily available now a day. The focus should be on 3 key elements – that includes
      1- Building Community , and working in community mode
      2- Gamification model , to help them take actions easily &
      3- Build MASTERMINDS , to have collective consciousness and get the feedback from them to make the necessary shifts

      Action points
      To design the community model, and build my knowledge around the gamification model so that the audience takes action . Also to take timely feedback to improve each day.

    • Jayati

      3 steps
      1 Build the community
      2 Gamify the community
      3 Get results for the community and get feedback from it.

    • Manchal

      🔥MY KEY TAKEAWAYS🔥
      THERE ARE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF COACHE.

      ✅COACHES THAT HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME ARE THE ONES WHO’VE DELIVERED VALUE CONSISTENTLY, WORKED ON THEMSELVES AND GOT RESULTS FOR THEIR STUDENTS

      ✅THE MARKET IS GAINING MATURITY TO CHOOSE WHO THEY WANT TO WORK WITH

      ✅COACHES WHO ARE TRULY MAKING A DIFFERENCE IS THE ONE THAT PEOPLE WILL GRAVITATE TOWARDS AND CONSIDER THEIR COMMUNITIES AS HOME.

      UNLESS A COACH OR TRAINER IS SHOWING UP DAY IN DAY OUT, GETTING FEEDBACK FROM THEIR COMMUNITY AND CONTINOUSLY IMPROVING AND ADAPTING THEIR SYSTEMS THEY ARE NEVER GOING TO SUSTAIN IN THE MARKET .

      ACTION STEPS :
      ✅CREATE A COMMUNITY
      ✅GET RESULTS FOR THE COMMUNITY BY GAMIFYING THE PROCESS AND GIVING THEM REWARDS FOR ACHIEVING DIFFERENT LEVELS
      ✅GET FEEDBACK FROM COMMUNITY AS THEY ARE GETTING RESULTS FOR WAYS TO IMPROVE AND NEW WAYS OF IMPLEMENTATION
      ✅TAP INTO THE POWER OF THE MASTERMIND OF YOUR COMMUNITY
      ✅THE COACHES AND TRAINERS WHO ARE ABLE TO APPLY THE ABOVE THREE STEP PROCESS WILL BE ABLE TO ADAPT TO THE CHANGING TIMES AND THEY’LL BE MORE RELEVANT AND ATTUNED TO THEIR AUDIENCE AND VICE VERSA BY FACT OF CONSISTENCY, CONTINOUS EVOLUTION OF THEIR OWN MODEL.

      ✅THOSE THAT ARE BUILDING COMMUNITIES AND INNOVATING AROUND THAT, WILL STAND THE TEST OF TIME

      ✅IF ANY COACH’S USP IS ONLY INFORMATION THEY CAN BE EASILY REPLACED.

      ✅IT’S ABOUT ENGAGING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY AND HAVING TRUST AND TRANSPARENCY BY BEING VULNERABLE AND AUTHENTIC SELF.

      ✅CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE EVERYONE IN THE COMMUNITY FEELS LIKE THEY ARE A PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER THAN JUST THE INFORMATION.

      ✅CREATE A FAMILY LIKE BOND AND A STRONG CODE OF HONOUR.

      ✅CREATE A CULTURE WHERE PEOPLE LOVE THE EXPERIENCE YOU GIVE THEM.

    • Kishore Reddy Alla

      A lot of takeaways from this short listening
      While evolving this coaching and training industry there are a lot of substandard players are there in the market. But while they taste the right quality and community they will stay with you. Most of the coaches and trainers take this as a quick rich money system. Who stood the test of time by working on themselves only. Nowadays the market has the maturity to work with quality people. We need to make some good practices to eliminate the scrap from the market. That is 1. Start building a community 2. To get results to your community Gamify the system by creating milestones 3. Take feedback from your community and focus on continuous improvement. 4. This is not about information but more about transformation. 5. Not about trends – tools – tactics focus on the bigger mission and purpose.

    • Neha Jaiswal

      Thank you for this amazing podcast Sidz! Here are my 3 key take aways:
      1. Adapt to changing dynamics and stay updated to meet evolving client needs.
      2. Build a strong community, gamify it, and foster collaboration within it.
      3. Harness the power of a mastermind group for idea exchange and collective growth.

      Thanks again!

    • Gomathy Narayanan

      Be in the game!

      1. Start building Communities
      2. Gamify the experience
      3. Get Feedback from your community and better it for the community.

      Future is all about community and experience.

    • Pooja agarwal

      1. Its all about community nurturing no matter what
      2. adding values and acknowledging their contribution
      3. Gamification is super important
      4. creating the results & sharing the wins add on to the potential for a sustainable coaching and training online

    • Gaurav Gandhi

      Context will beat the content. Gamify & build the experience for your community. You should make everything about them, not about you. Such mentors will outbeat the crowd of coaches..

    • J. VINITHA

      Future coaching industry is based on the creating communit.
      Gamify the education for your students to get results.
      Use masterminds of your students to create more results for your students.
      Focus on student’s results and how many results you can deliver on monthly basis.

      Use these strategies to lead in this coaching industry.

    • Dipak Bhadra

      Insightful podcast helped me to identify the gaps and how I can position myself by giving better values and sticking to my Purpose, Vision & Goal.

      Thanks

    • Dr Apeksha mane

      1) Create community
      2) Gamify
      3) Give feedback
      These r the top 3 take aways for me.. keep learning and growing and keep the community alive ask, get answers, take action.

    • Aman Bhardwaj

      What an insightful podcast!
      Important Points
      Step 1 – Build the community
      Step 2 – Gamify it
      Step 3 – Continue to learn and improve with Feedback from the community (Masterminds)

    • VIDYA KRISHNA SWAMY

      Future of training and coaching industry-

      Power learning-

      Coaching industry is booming. Substandard coaching has also surfaced because of the boom.
      They fizzle as the market becomes more matured . Only those who provide value consistently stay on.

      In the next decade, market becomes even more matured enough to see through the fluff and choose who they want to work with.

      People may buy products and waste money buying based on ads.

      But eventually people will gravitate towards which coach they want to settle with.

      Unless a coach is in the game dayin day out, getting feedback and continuously improving , he cannot sustain in the market.

      Step 1: Start a community model and not just build products
      Step 2: get results for your community- Have milestones. Gamify. To achieve that, they have to achieve milestones
      Step 3: To get feedback from the community and get results. Like Hall of fame masterminds, getting feedback from them gave ideas. That resulted in quantum mastermind. So there is 2 way learning leads to progress. Tapping into the power of the mastermind.

      Ways you can improve , new ways of implementation.

      Only they will be able to quickly adapt.

      Persistence, consistency, continuous evolution, simplicity and effectiveness brings results.

      Results accelerate when you adapt quickly.

      Building communities and evolving is important.

      Only information giving makes you replaceable.

      Being vulnerable, creating trust, creating an environment where every member feels he is a part of something big and creating results for himself, collaborating with like minded people, is the name of the winning game.

      Open hearted conversations and bonding with code of honour enables building trust.

      Create such cultures where you are not only teaching but the experience you are creating for them is important. Not just giving information as you can be outranked.

      Making a person stick to the community comes from more than offering techniques, tactics and its about mission, community and every member feels like he is a part of the powerful academy that is equipped well.

      So Focus on students results. Create systems that enable that. Create mutual respect and trust. Create the experience.

      These learnings were bulb on for me as they reinforced the importance of experience creation rather than 100% focus on information and research only

    • Naveen Kanchan

      My Key Takeaways:
      1) Build Community and nurture them regularly with great values.
      2) Engage the Community with meaningful gamifications.
      3) Be a full stack brain.

    • PIYALI SARKAR

      Superb insights on where coaching industry is heading in 2023, where number of people are jumping into the industry!

      My Biggest takeaways
      ✅Market is getting more matured, and authenticity is a big factor to stand out
      ✅Unless we put our skin day in and day out in the game and take regular feedback from our customers/students and made changes accordingly the game will not be long lasting
      ✅Every member of the community should feel they are apart of something way bigger than just information-hub, it’s the experience what comes through the gamification, internal recognition or reward system, the whole path crafted for the customers and taking them through that path
      ✅It’s not the program, it’s about creating the community and creating a culture where they will feel like a family
      ✅ What is more important is our student’s results, if our students are getting result that will bring the result for us!

    • john s tamang

      Key take away
      1. build community, to deliver results for your community. How can this be achieved? By gamifying the entire experience
      2. coaching only with information will not last long, promote & offerings information without delivering substantial value. while those who have consistently provided value and achieved results for their students have stood the test of time.
      3. Collect feedback from the community, trying to understand what really matters them. its all about them and adding values and producing results for the community.

      3. only teach what you practice

    • Mritunjai Tiwary

      This podcast is so very important for all of us who are in the Coaching and Consulting Industry and want to impact our Students.
      It’s the need of the moment for all of us.
      My 3 actionable steps which can make a difference in my own area:

      1- I should be more focused on getting more people into my both paid and free communities where all the required updated data, required information, series of case studies, etc can be shared which can act as information bringing transformation to my students every day, every week, every month.

      2- I should make all my teaching and coaching with all engaging factors with a unique ability which increases the engagement for my students and encourage them to come back to my teaching and their learning platform more frequently and the success rate for all of us increases in a progressive way. Unlike traditional teaching, it should be more fun and not stressful.
      3-I should be engaging with students in all my masterclass, masterminds where they adapt the ability to learn, the ability to communicate, the ability to collaborate, ability to teach taking our mission and vision more meaningful. I should provide an environment with great culture, quick help & support, strong code of Honour

    • Akshay Jalan

      Substandard Players coming in Digital Coaching Coming and Getting Fizzled Out
      Build a Community – Sell Mmeberships, Not Courses Get Results for your Community – By Gamifying through incorporating a reward and recognition system Get Feedback from your community – Through interviewing your students, surveys etc, be open to getting ideas 
      Action items:
      Take feedbacks from students to improve their Experience
      Have a gamfication system for my students
      Focus more on giving experience rather than information

    • TANMOY MAHATO

      The Next 5 years of the Coaching Journey will be game-changing for the coaches. The Mission, Vision, Purpose & Values will play the ultimate role in the Coaching Industry, People without this will not survive in this Game!
      This is all I learn from this podcast!
      Thank You SIDz.

    • Punit Jaiswal

      Notes
      Use A.I. to Grow Your Coaching Business Efficiently
      Personalize Coaching for Better Results
      Make Smart Choices Based on Data

    • Dr. Tilottama Patil

      Future of Coaching Business is beyond the knowledge. it will be dependent on 3 factors.
      1. Building Community- to get the results for others
      2. Gamification to engage and scale up the community
      3 Continuous feedback from the community

      beyond knowledge Students or community result are more focus

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