Sudhir Choudhrie is a pioneering and successful entrepreneur, author of four best-selling books, and investor. For the last twenty-five years, he has had a career that is anything but ordinary. In his article, Sudhir Choudhrie looks at the importance of gut instinct and how it can be used to help a business grow exponentially. He also provides excellent insights on how we can all maximize our potential by increasing our communication skills and personal self-awareness. Sudhir Choudhrie has been running a successful business, coaching and investing based on these principles for over 20 years.

His investment portfolio has grown from Rs 1 million in 2000 to over Rs 75 crore. He also manages a personal portfolio with 5,000+ performance-based mutual funds – India’s largest wealth management company. He has written four best-selling books and has developed extensive training programs for entrepreneurs and investors.

Sudhir Choudhrie switches gears, focusing on the darker side of gut instincts when they are not present. He gives an example of how two friends took part in a leadership workshop where he spoke, but their gut instincts were entirely at odds with each other. He gave them feedback on how to reconcile their different gut instincts and how this can be the difference between success and failure. Choudhrie highlights that irrespective of whether a person is a leader, how we communicate and perceive changes our way of being. He identifies the three core areas where this manifests itself: Choudhrie states that to understand what makes us tick and how much we are liked or disliked and more

Becoming more aware of our reactions, feelings, and behaviors is essential. He writes: “We must develop the ability to observe ourselves as objectively as possible. We need to be aware of our behavior patterns so that we don’t have to live with the pain of regret after making a misjudgment.