Do you really think people buy your courses for how much information you are giving them? I’m sorry to say that “more is less”. The more information you give, the lesser the course completion rate.

While the sad truth about the e-Learning space is a 5% course completion rate, I’m experiencing a staggering 46% course completion rate in my courses because I keep them simple and focused.

In this podcast, I go deep into the 5 areas where you can simplify your digital coaching business:

  1. Simple Business Structure
  2. Simple Curriculum Framework
  3. Simple Communication
  4. Simple Gamification System
  5. Simple Tech Systems

The more you overcomplicate your business, the lesser results you will be able to get for your students.

And the only reason I have hundreds of Hall of Fame interviews on my YouTube channel is because of the simplicity of my whole process of content delivery.

And by the time you are done with this episode, you will have absolute clarity and conviction to scale up your digital coaching business.

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Siddharth Rajsekar aka Sidz is a college drop-out, "musician turned digital geek", a spiritually grounded minimalist, father of 2, and husband of a loving wife. He founded the Internet Lifestyle Hub in 2018 to fix the education and employment system for good. Currently, he is helping over 11,000+ coaches, teachers, and experts digitize their knowledge. He’s an international best-selling author of the book You Can Coach and is on a mission to help 1,000,000 people live a lifestyle of freedom!

    19 replies to "5 Ways To Simplify Your Knowledge Business For Maximum Impact"

    • Jayan Prabhakar

      Higher value. Thank you so much… Waiting for more…
      Daily watching strangest secret and your podcast.
      Thank you😍

    • narender

      Very crisp information and pointwise

    • Karthik

      Podcast Notes

      KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid

      1. Simple business structure
      2. Simple curriculum framework – power of 6 steps
      3. Simple communication using mindmaps
      4. Simple gamification structure – award your students
      5. Simple systems

      How crisp you can make your courses for people to consume your content will determine the success rate for yourself and for your students.

      Biggest Takeaway: LESS IS MORE

      • Yogesh

        Hi

      • Vidya Potdar

        ‘Keep it simple stupid’
        This tag line is very meaningful.

      • Sashibhusan Pati

        Wow Thanks Bro!!!

    • Sandip Attarkar

      I like your simplicity to convey message, i really want to go with this

    • Jayaprakash

      Dear Sidz
      Fantastic KISS
      effect is keep it short,
      3 to 5 mins for curriculum video,
      15mins and more podcast & you tube video.
      Great.
      Many thanks

    • Mike Searles

      #ILHfamily

      A timely reminder to KISS.

    • Balasaraswathy Nair

      KISS is Simple. I have done every step in this simple way as per your guidance.
      I am still looking for the target concerned parents to join my SIMPLE SOLUTIONS Course to help their children learn difficult concepts joyfully.

    • Mohan Babu

      Learnt less is more, and make it simple and palatable 🙏🏼

    • Dhruv

      You have simplified my journey. This podcast is just for me. I was fighting a battle with dishing out the content. Now it’s a done deal. Yes. K I S S.
      #ilhfamily

    • Rajendra sigh Gehlot

      Hello Sid Sir,
      It’s really very helpful for me. I will be very soon in your community.
      Thanks a lot.

    • Nilesh narvekar

      Superb sir really appreciate its really work for me in my course

    • Jayashree Kamble

      #ilhfamily
      Podcast – 5 ways to simplify your knowledge business for maximum impact
      Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication in any aspect of life.
      Less is more & more is less
      The lesser and crisper information you give people are able to more consume and complete and actually get results. People love to buy your results.
      KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid
      1. Simple Business Structure
      Keep your business structure really simple…give 3 levels
      L-1 Conceptual- 5k
      L-2 Implementation course 10k – 20k
      L-3 Group coaching/ Certification 50k and above
      2. Simple curriculum framework
      Convert your course in 6 steps. 6 step into 3 day course or 6 step into 6 week course implementation program. 6 steps are more potent than giving them 10-20-30 steps. Because of simple, people gets results.
      3. Simple communication
      Create mindmap for content presentation, people are actually integrate in much more easier way. Simplify your communication and prepare them really well, get straight to the point.
      4. Simplifying gamification system
      Give them implementation and completion awards
      Give award for small milestones they achieve
      Give big awards for bigger milestone achievements.
      It will improve your digital coaching business.
      5. Simple tech systems for
      Emails, lead generation, convertkit, zoom, use simple easy tools.
      Speak less and deliver more goods to make people think on their own to make them do something.

    • Priti Kosbe

      This really made it easy for me to think about putting out the course content in a much simplier way.
      Follow the KISS principle and keep the course short and crisp and to the point.
      Less is more, do not keep the videos too long and follow the 6 steps formula and focus more on helping people get results.
      #ilhfamily

    • Jack Vish

      My life got a new twist and I am very thankful, very appreciative😊

    • Somvir Singh

      It really helps me to design my course and
      I like the most is : Gamification System
      Thanks Sidz for helping me by these resources.

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