As consumers, we’re bombarded with options of what to buy, being influenced in every possible way, and everyone is vying for the money in our pockets.
And with these options come claims of...
Rides can be fun, but being taken for a ride is a completely different matter.
I am a big fan of professional development. If you can learn from a mentor, a program, a conference, or a coach and speed up your success, you should do it. But how do you know what will work and what won’t?
How can you trust what you’re buying and who’s selling it to you?
Just like many people, I’ve spent thousands of dollars on professional development over the years; online courses, e-books, and coaching by people who claim that they are the leading authority on business, leadership, marketing, you name it. And I know I’m not the only one.
And above all else…
As a consumer and a conveyor of business knowledge, I want to share some of what I have learned that can help you to weed out the “experts” who are just looking to make a buck rather than make a difference.
When you’re thinking about investing in a product, program, course, or a person, ask yourself:
Owning a business is a rollercoaster of experiences and even emotions. But what would it mean if you could have a smoother ride to where you want to go without all the bumps, loops, and unexpected turns?
I’ve built my coaching model so clients can put checkmarks next to all of the things I’ve talked about here so that they know what kind of ride they’re in for. And if it won’t work for someone, I don’t sell it, meaning less of a rollercoaster ride and more of an epic road trip for my clients.
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