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A mini masterclass on values and alignment for your business Photo by Edz Norton on Unsplash Let’s consider the following 5 elements: Your thoughts Your beliefs Your emotions/feelings Your actions The way others experience you Do all of these 5 elements move in a single direction? Are they aligned with each other? Or… is there some misalignment?…
Online group meeting etiquette
Learn to slow down the time for yourself
5 steps to create more coaching clients, without feeling stressed
Insights from my mastermind’s training session
Last night, in my Business mentorship program, I offered extensive training on building connections and conversations through DMs.
Plus, what to avoid 😉
choosing service over fears
Create a legacy of your content
Creating an ethical and gentle sales process
Simplifying marketing for life coaches
Creating credibility through social proof
Bringing more authenticity to my coaching biz
The anti-popular tips to sell coaching with authenticity and love
If you don’t believe in yourself, who else will?
This question often bugs a lot of coaches. “How much should I charge for my coaching?”
And a few other frequently asked questions
A mini-masterclass on how *not* to be another struggling life coach
You can pick a blank canvas too
“Uncertainty” is one of the most common reasons why people let their dreams die.
Don’t make the same mistake as many new coaches do
Authentic lessons from 4 different monks
To repair your morning routine, practice these 3 activities every night for 5 minutes each
Tackling the status quo for a more fruitful reading life
These daily habits will help you slow down, become self-aware, clear your mind, and regulate your emotions physically
Lessons from my marketing muscle workouts for 75+ days
Personal wisdom and beliefs. Updated December 2020.
From Coach Tony’s “Open Gates Model”
Lessons about peace from a Buddhist monk “Karma Yeshe Rabgye”
A guide to making intuitive eating habits and letting go of perfectionism
5 Ways to strengthen your mind
Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional
Lessons from practicing it for 30 days straight
#1: Differentiate between requests and requirements
Try the trends and see if they work for you
Your life-purpose starts with you
Precisely in the order mentioned
Being a life coach at 24
Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional
Look for your answers in these timeless books
Being patient with your progress
Avoid anxiety and hopelessness by being mindful of these steps
Becoming aware of your feelings
This doesn’t seem hard if you ask me.
For most of my life, I have been selfish.
Meditation is a tricky practice.
Kill the overwhelm with these action steps
Refuse to live in the auto-pilot mode
Making the shift from survival to growth
Can you ‘see’ peace?
From Marcus Aurelius and his book “Meditations”
A guide to avoiding an ego-driven life
How not to get overwhelmed while healing yourself
And how to use it over and over again
A guide to practicing acceptance, designing your future self, and asking the right questions
#3: Forgiving yourself for your past ignorance
How to switch them with this 3-Step “Choose Again” method
Embracing impermanence with Buddhist lessons
No matter if you’re a manager, a c-suite executive, or a fresher… if you are working in a corporate job or planning to join one soon, read this post.
If you want to learn practical ways to calm your brain, who would be better to teach other than monks?
#4: Communicate your expectations
How I am tackling my ego…
If you’re not seeing miracles you’re doing something wrong!
#6: Permission to enjoy yourself.
Directly from my coaching modules…
And how did I turn them around
And how my clients are using them
Show them how you are now a lot more worth than what they are paying you at the moment.
This post isn’t about designing ‘a’ happy future; this is about designing ‘your’ happy future.
The Law of Attraction is working whether you believe it or not. The question becomes, are you ready to deliberately manifest all the elements of life you always wanted to live?
If you continue working on your symptoms, the real issues will never get cured, and you will keep falling in the same trap and pattern over and over again.
A Stoic is someone who transforms fear into prudence, pain into transformation, mistakes into initiation, and desire into undertaking.” ~ Nassim Taleb.
Working with 150+ coaching clients in the first half of 2020, I noticed a couple of patterns.
After reading 250-300 books in the past 5 years, I look back and see I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for these books.
Follow these 6 steps mentioned in the post, and let’s design a productive routine for you!
If you want to develop daily easy habits to make and keep more money, continue reading… this post is for you.
I invested in a life coach program when my colleagues were losing their jobs. Sounds scary, right?
A new study by Harvard researchers finds that if you have a higher sense of purpose in life — you are more likely to remain healthy as you grow older!
If you are someone who wants to learn how to manage your emotions and gain more clarity, keep reading – this post is for you.
So a couple of days ago, I finished my first 50 coaching sessions. It was in late January this year when I decided I’d take this leap, and I’d coach people- on their mindset, their beliefs, their growth habits, etc. And yeah, this quarantine was the time I realized I can serve even more people.…
I changed my reading habit and style a bit in 2019. Instead of forcing myself to finish all the books I started, I am reading 5-7 books simultaneously, and not trying to finish each one of them. I also started investing heavily in books. Following Ramit Sethi’s advice – if a book looks even remotely…
This is my second annual review post. You can check the previous annual review post here – My 2018 Annual Review In this annual review, I’ll answer three questions: What went well this year? What did not go so well this year? What did I learn? Note of caution before you start reading ahead: I have…
It’s been a year since I am following this one person from Quora who was so vocal about Self Love and Self Care, and I got hooked onto that idea! A few conversations later, I asked her if she’d be interested in interviewing with me. I was so much keen to know more about her…
It started again – my anxiety attacks. I knew what (read: who) was the reason, but… I had to deal with my sweaty palms before I deal with anyone else. This has happened in the past too – this kind of heartbreak, this kind of anxiety, this kind of helplessness. So, this time I gave…
It’s so so hard to take time out for meditation every day. We all know it’s calming, we all know the long-lasting benefits of meditating daily, but still! We live in a materialistic world where a lot of outside factors control how we spend our days. So, here are 5 easy ways you can…
I was undergoing psychotherapy 3 years ago. My heartbeat was mostly through the roof. I couldn’t stop overthinking. I was too deep into life issues. Well, I have always had a quality of detachment, but that time I wasn’t able to look at anything objectively. I was looking for answers: how to stop all this,…
I get this question all the time: “Dipanshu, how are you online most of the time, and still getting things done with so much consistency?” And to be honest- I don’t have a straight answer to this question. It’s a series of protocols you need to follow to get most out of everything. Let me…
Inspired by James Clear’s annual reviews, I want to try mine too. It’s a time of reflection, and penning down the analysis and documentation of your journey sounds like a really good plan. So, let’s do it. In this annual review, I’ll answer three questions: What went well this year? What sucked this year? What…
After reading so many motivational blogs about waking up at 5 AM, I had to try it once. My eccentric character didn’t allow me to let go of this. So, I tried. On the night of 13th March 2017, I set my alarm for 4 AM and turned off my room’s light at 10 PM.…
I’d be honest. I was always a nerd. But I wasn’t a bookworm. Well, up until 2014. I actually started reading books and novels by the end of 2014. And in the past 4 years, I have read close to 200 books. That’s quite a lot of books at such a time, right? My current reading…
In 2018, I finished reading a total of 37 books. 37 Only. This is a lower figure than the reading progress of my past two years. In 2017, I read 60 books, and in 2016, I read a total of 59 books. Noticed that drop? A few reasons for this drastic drop- I learnt how…
Stoicism (n) the endurance of pain or hardship without the display of feelings and without complaint. I have been reading different philosophies for the past few months now. And, I am amazed at knowing the deeper reasons behind most of the philosophies. To start with it, I first read a basic philosophy book titled “Myths are…
Minimalism: The Art of Letting Go! I had at least 6 books on my bed, I had clothes unmanaged in my cupboard; and I had my favourite black sweatshirt lying on the floor- dirty of course. Everything in the room looked messy. And to be honest, so was my life- all messy. I was depressed.…