About The Author
Founder - Internet Lifestyle Hub
Siddharth Rajsekar aka Sidz is the founder of the Internet Lifestyle Hub, one of the world’s largest communities for coaches, trainers, teachers, and experts with over 20,000 members.
As an acclaimed lifestyle entrepreneur, Business World's 40 under 40 award winner, and international speaker, Siddharth has trained over 500,000 people in the last 10 years. Recognized as one of India’s leading and sought-after “info-marketing” specialists, Siddharth has worked closely with renowned International experts like Robert Kiyosaki, T Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, and Jack Canfield.
After running many multi-million-dollar online campaigns for companies and helping people make money online in the last 10 years, Siddharth has developed and perfected the Freedom Business Model. The Freedom Business Model focuses on helping people take their expertise online and building a super-profitable digital coaching business, without an office or employees.
His mission is to reform the education and employment system by building a new breed of Digital Leaders, based on the core principles of humanity and simplicity and by enhancing one’s social skills, happiness, and overall productivity.
He is the author of this book, “You Can Coach” which decodes all the steps for experts to successfully PLAN, LAUNCH, and GROW a digital coaching business to six figures a month. Wearing multiple hats, Siddharth is a husband of a loving wife, a father of 2 boys, a minimalist, futurist, spiritualist, a YouTuber who has published over 300 videos, as well as a podcast host!
1. Are You Cut Out To Be Teachers A Coach?
The world is changing so rapidly that the formal education system cannot keep up. This is why we see millions of students with education loans and thousands of professionals who are unhappy in unfulfilling careers. Our current education and employment system has so many cracks because it was created in the 1900s - the industrial era.
The only goal of the education system back then was to create factory workers and make them employable. That outdated system, with its blind belief in authority, does not allow anyone to think for themselves because it has its roots in the industrial era. We simply cannot afford to punish our kids by setting them on this path of outdated paradigms. Lag is the difference in time between an idea and its implementation. The longest lag industry that we know of is education; 50 years.
Unfortunately, by the time new concepts are tested, approved, and integrated into the mainstream education system, things will have changed again. There is no way that our current education system can ever catch up. Outdated policies, slow decision-making, a lack of progressive thinking, a lack of adaptation, and a hunger for power and control are some attributes of the current education and employment systems.
The formal education system is built on the foundation of memorization. You need to learn many things to finally use extremely little. Which is easier, memorizing the entire map of your city on Google Maps or just getting directions from your home to your destination? Yet, that’s exactly how the formal education system works. Students are asked to mindlessly memorize without understanding the real-world application.
There are thousands of people living hollow and misaligned lives because they just “conformed to society’s norms” and the peer pressure of the education system.
The other alternative at this point is homeschooling. The world of tomorrow has unlimited possibilities, and homeschooling is one of the most effective ways to get the best out of your child, provided you know what you’re doing and have a good structure in place to enable that.
There will definitely be many challenges you may face in taking that bold step to rebel against the system, but the pay-off is much greater than life if done well.
How will he/she get a job when they grow up?
Are you planning to follow any curriculum or syllabus?
Why are you ruining your child’s future?