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Robert Kiyosaki, Blair Singer, Swami Sukhabodhananda share their pearls of wisdom at Success Gyan’s Super Growth Summit

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Proving to be a series of transformational sessions on life, leadership, and business, Success Gyan’s 4th Super Growth Summit online recently witnessed training sessions from a line-up of world-class coaches and thought leaders in their respective fields. The speaker line-up, headlined by ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ author Robert Kiyosaki, also saw Indian monk and corporate guru Swami Sukhabodhananda, along with ‘master of the masters’ speaker and trainer Blair Singer share their wisdom and techniques developed over several decades.

The two world-renowned speakers were joined by 12 more world-class trainers who touch millions of lives and help with holistic growth and transformation in the fields of career, business, leadership, health, lifestyle, and productivity. The first three Super Growth Summits conducted were attended by almost 30,000 people.

Speaking at the fourth Super Growth Summit, speaker and bestselling author Blair Singer said: “Covid-19 revealed cracks in the very foundation of the things we thought to be solid, sacred and we could bet our lives on – such as healthcare, financial systems, and education. Think of it as two curves. The curve of technology is going up steeply, which means we can do more with less. But the second curve, the confidence curve of people, is going down. Covid happened at the intersection of these curves, and has brought the future to the right now.”

Singer, who has scaled Mount Kilimanjaro 10 times now, looks at the ascent and descent as a journey with challenges but one that teaches you life skills.

“A revolution in education is going to take education out of school and bring it home. If you learn from the best trainers in the world, you must give it back and teach. Education is about four elements, but school mostly focuses on the mental element, which is your ability to memorize and regurgitate information. We’re also emotional, physical, and mental beings. School misses this holographic image. Alcoholism and substance abuse is increasing day by day, and mental health has been plummeting since last year. This is an opportunity for trainers and future trainers.”

He also stressed upon knowledge being based on empathy, and not opinion.

On the other hand, Swami Sukhabodhananda, an Indian spiritual master who blends the ancient Vedic wisdom and knowledge of various world philosophies with modern thoughts to provide tools to grow in life talked about success and failure, how to explore new shores, evolve new paradigms, and survive new challenges in this changing world without losing balance.

“Can you be a giver in all aspects of your life, instead of a beggar, is a question I ask. If success happens in your life, now you should ‘give’ celebration and rejoice in your success. Many millionaires are rich but they are not feeling rich, because they don’t have a celebratory attitude. Everyone faces failure, but instead of being a victim of failure if you can learn from it. Success is not defined by what others tell you to be successful. It is getting what you like.

“Success is not the be-all and end-all of life. Your brain has to learn satisfaction. So, getting what you like and liking what you get, when there is a synthesis between these, a dimension called fulfillment happens.”

Surendran J, Founder & CEO, Success Gyan says: “Success Gyan aims to create an ecosystem of world-class teachers and trainers. We want India to be the training capital of the world. Start your learning journeys with us, and your life will never be the same again.”

The event also featured Siddharth Rajsekar, India’s leading info-marketing expert; Rajiv Talreja, the country’s top business coach; Prachi Mayekar, an inspiring transformational coach; Sawan Kapoor, career coach; Puja Puneet, life designer and the founder and CEO of Life by Design; Thaddeus Lawrence, trainer, author, and founder of Runaway Success Learning Practice; Dr. MV Priyank, abundance and wellness coach; and Meghana Dikshit, brain coach and founder of De Mantraa.

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