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Bhupenddra Singh Raathore Has Empowered More Than 1.25 Million People Via His Webinars During Covid-19

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In the world of pandemic, where we’re all struggling and thriving in one way or the other, real-life heroes like Bhupenddra Singh Raathore, popularly known as Coach BSR have been working their level best to make the world a better place for people like us.

COVID-19 has affected all of us and not just from a health aspect. What makes people like Mr. Bhupenddra different is their perspective towards a situation.

When asked if he finds it a challenge or sees it as an opportunity, he stated that “This pandemic is a blessing in disguise not only for us but for everybody. People have asked me how I’m seeing it as a blessing when they have lost their jobs, lost businesses. My only answer to them is that if they were in a job and they have lost it in this time, maybe it is a signal that they were made to become an entrepreneur, maybe you can give employment to people, you need to sincerely think about your talent and your dream projects.”

Bhupenddra has worked on empowering over 1 MILLION people with his transformational, life-changing webinars. From students, housewives to army professionals, sportsmen, and even 70-year-olds, all of them actively participated.

In terms of digital growth, his webinar’s audience has remarkably increased – from 500 people before COVID to over 6000 people in a single session in the last 6 months. Overall, he has held over 175 webinars at this time.

We were intrigued by the astounding presence and we asked Mr. Raathore what advice would he like to give to the readers to deal with such difficult times.

He answered “In order to deal with this positively, you need to have a powerful strategy. First, keep yourself busy, and second, keep yourself focused on the future. When people are not busy, their mindset is not stable, they keep thinking about what’s negative. However, when they’re busy, they’re productive, focused on their goals, and can produce results. Many people have lost their businesses in these times. My only advice to them is to have a vision, whatever has happened has happened, now is the time to make it big. You can do it by reading books, meditating, being in touch with motivational speakers, and listening to motivational talks. Motivation and inspiration can help you do brilliant things and if they want to have a long-term vision, this is the perfect time to go in silence and discover their vision and understand what it is.”

Bhupenddra Singh Raathore’s mission is to make “India Think Rich” and hence running #ThinkRich Movement. In this campaign, he is working on India’s Biggest Online Live impactful 30-day Free-of-Cost Workshop that will train over 1.08 Lac people. The life-transforming workshop is named as the “Magic of Thinking Rich”. The program will be held from 1st-30th November 2020. It will consume a lot of resources and more than 1200 active volunteers are involved in making this a success. He is willing to invest in the campaign so that people have a deeper understanding of their inner potential  easily.

Few of the topics he will touch upon in this workshop are going to be – Law of attraction, Power of Subconscious Mind, How to be stress free, How to achieve more and become more.

When we asked Coach BSR what are the top three lessons that he wants to share with all of us, he said-

  1. Always Think Rich. This means to think big, be a possibility thinker and always believe that you can make it!
  2. Set goals and hunt them like warriors
  3. Keep your eyes on the stars and feet on the ground. More than 1 million people who have attended his webinars have given incredible reviews stating that the sessions have helped them think big and beyond the ordinary. A little perspective change can take us all a long way. “This is the perfect and peaceful way to reset with the least amount of casualties, if it were a war instead of a pandemic, it would’ve been much worse,” says Mr. Bhupenddra.

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