To go from where your client is to where they want to be means crossing the gap in between. That is the bridge that will take them from point A to point A. Now in that bridge, they will find that they’ll have to take some necessary steps. Sometimes, even taking just one can be a struggle. With the help of coaches, that journey can be a lot more bearable. Let’s face it, not all coaches are that great. While great coaches can help clients reach their end goals, there are some that can drastically bring them down. There is a fine line between the bad ones and the great ones. The question is, where do you fall? Dan breaks down the four different types of coaches and teaches you what kind you should be to help your clients meet their goals and achieve breakthroughs.
Have you ever struggled and felt a little uncomfortable trying to get your perfect clients to actually buy from you? Your clients probably have worked with others or bought from others. They’ve had experiences that lead to them having certain resistance, reluctance, barriers and obstacles.
To get your clients to buy from you almost effortlessly and easily only takes six questions that you must answer. Learn what these are to connect the dots, see the blind spots, and get unstuck so that you can go out and be able to build more leads, more sales, more profitability, and more importantly, so you can go out there and have a bigger impact, a bigger reach, and a bigger contribution.
What would have to happen for you to build up your company to be able to sell it for high profits… where you’re in a place where you have the luxury to enjoy the things that you want to do, or spend more of the time doing the things that you love to do? David Barnett has been working with small and medium-sized businesses for over twenty years in marketing and finance. You will discover how to build your company to sell it (even if you don’t plan on selling it), will show you how to maximize your greatest asset in the business, as well as help you understand how to value a business whether you’re on the buying or the selling end of the table. Today, David works with business people around the world (like you) helping them through the process of buying and selling companies on their own.
If you’re at a place where you’re feeling a little stuck or maybe you’ve hit a plateau or maybe you’re dealing with crisis, if you’ve been in a place in time where you’ve ever considered or contemplated suicide, whether you’re an athlete or a high performer dealing in high-stress environments, you are not alone. On average, there are 123 suicides per day. Sande Roberts has worked in the crisis and behavioral health field for over twenty-five years. She is a certified master trainer in suicide prevention and intervention by the State of California Department of Mental Health. As an expert in all facets of effective communication, she coaches, consults, and mentors individuals, businesses and governments to function better together with their employees, customers, and families. Sande uses unconventional approaches to achieve amazing results in order to help her clients understand how they and others show up in their personal and professional behavior and communication.
We all deal with crisis, don’t we? Our guest expert is Sande Roberts.
Do you suffer from the entrepreneur’s gift? Are you the type of person that can take a mediocre opportunity and make it extraordinary? You make things happen and you have this creative mind. It’s the entrepreneur’s gift as well as a curse. Some people’s brains can be very and hyperactive that they try to pursue every opportunity that comes their way. One of the greatest lessons for you to learn is to say no. Do the most productive thing at every given moment. Focus on your to-do list and as equally important is to focus on you’re not-to-do list and you’re not-now list. Work on you being in your highest use and best use arena. If you suffer from the entrepreneur’s gift, realize you are not alone. It’s okay. Use that creative genius but stay really critical and focused with you and your team on honing in on your areas for growth.