Our last post shared an interesting video filled with fun facts about how quickly our world changes.
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Should you or shouldn't you prepare for a first meeting with a new prospect? Our answer is a resounding SHOULDN'T!
This is my new favorite quote. I read it in a VERY brief article, one of the many that cross my desk every day, and knew I wanted to tackle the subject. First stop? Google, of course.
One of the most important qualities needed by every
Coach and Consultant is a burning curiosity for what makes people tick. Why do they behave the way they do? Why do they get stuck in the same repetitive patterns they know are doing them wrong? What’s really going on inside their heads.
How do you find out? By asking good questions. Now, we’re not sure about you, but we can speak from the experience of our network of successful coaches and consultants … it gets kind of boring asking the same questions over and over and over again.
Our previous post Is Glossophobia Holding You Back? 4 Tiny Techniques to Help You Command an Audience contained some easy techniques to give you the confidence to stand up and deliver a succinct message to an audience to help you build your practice.
Once you’ve decided to do a speech, how do you structure it? Here is an easy-to-follow formula for presentation success.
Public speaking is a proven method to introduce yourself to potential clients and for them to get to know you in what is for them, a very non-threatening environment. Well and good if you like public speaking.
You might think finding new clients is one of the biggest challenges faced by coaches and consultants. Maybe you’re like many people who actually give up their dream to be an independent coach or consultant because they don’t think they can handle prospecting for clients.
Are you happy with where you are in life? Are you stuck on a plateau? Are you doing the same things and expecting a different result? What do you need to change to get some forward momentum? Have you looked in the mirror lately? Are you your biggest obstacle? How does that rut you're in feel? Here are some tips on getting out and getting moving: