The three characteristics of a great business coach are...

leadership Feb 15, 2021

89% of businesses are run by companies of less than 20 people.

Starting a business can be tough. Not just starting a business, but keeping it running with a constant change in marketing strategy and communication plans and sales techniques and negotiations just to start on top of that.

How can we even expect to maintain a level head in our leadership roles?

As a business owner or manager, you know how hard it can be to keep track of all the business trends?

Well, let me ask you a question.

How is your team learning about how to do their job more effectively?

Better yet, what have you given them that clearly identifies what you expect of them?

Have you taught them how to be a valuable team member?

Or are you just hoping they get it?

I mean, you don't have to feel like you're overwhelmed and exhausted in keeping up with all the trends of today.

You see, there are people out there who can help you keep up with your business, and manage your team.

While you're busy working on making necessary improvements to continue to grow.

They're called business coaches.

You don't pay the overhead for them.

You don't pay for their technology, you don't have to worry if they're doing their job or not.

Their job is to help you grow your business with the framework that will help you meet your goals.

You see, in today's economy, everyone could use a business coach who will give them a playbook of success.

Here's what a great business coach can do for you.

  1. Number one, they give you an action plan of steps you can take to grow your business.
  2. Two, they work directly with you and your team to help you implement the plan.
  3. Three, they keep your business on task and work with you to get the results you've been trying to do on your own.

When you think about it, most of the legends and business that we know of how to coach, they had someone to help them guide them along their own journey.

For example, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos had Bill Campbell as a business coach, and then look at how Amazon and Apple turned out. Bill Gates even talks about how important coaches are in a very powerful TED talk.

I think it's safe to say that investing in a business coach who already has a proven framework to take your business to the next level is a great investment.

For that to happen, you take the first step by

  1. Reading about the framework hundreds and hundreds of people have used called Business Made Simple.
  2. Next, go to and select a highly qualified coach that's already been trained, and has the experience to help.
  3. Finally, schedule a free 30-minute call with me to find out more about coaching you and your team.

Maybe you're at the point that you know that having the extra guidance on growing your business is what would be helpful in taking you to the next level, but you're not sure how much it will cost or how the process even works.

Let me ask you this.  Is investing in your personal growth to get the tools that you need that will secure your legacy and business worth a free 30-minute call.

If it is then we might be a good fit for each other.

If not, then hiring a coach really isn't for you.

You see, I want to see your business succeed. I've been coaching businesses in management and marketing for 20 years.

I can't wait to talk to you about our steps moving forward to grow your business together.

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