Archive for May 2016

Why The Franchise Model Doesn’t Work (And What To Do Instead)

Many coaches are all charm and no substance. We buy into their personalities and charisma, but deep down they have very little to offer. They rely heavily on the franchise model of coaching – selling one-size-fits-all solutions to the masses. It sounds great, but getting to core of our problems is far more nuanced than…

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You’re Probably Sabotaging Yourself (Here’s How to Stop It)

Angus Nelson is the host of the Up In Your Business podcast, which has helped countless businesspeople improve their careers by improving themselves. On today’s episode, Angus reveals the story of how losing his nonprofit organization (despite working 60 to 80 hours a week), his marriage, and “his soul” taught him how to make the…

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Is The Coaching Industry In Danger of Collapse?

All bubbles burst and the coaching industry could be next. In this case, with the human capital that has flooded into this market, the fallout of a crash could be catastrophic. What does the current “expert rush” mean for our businesses, our communities, and for the coaches themselves? That’s what we’ll discuss today. We discuss……

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Building Trust In Yourself, The Customer, And The Community With Chris Marr

Chris Marr is a trailblazer of content marketing. His organization – The Content Marketing Academy – is the UK’s largest membership organization of its kind, and it’s this energetic troop that inspires him to take the concept of community and content marketing itself to new heights. In this episode, Chris not only debunks the biggest content…

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Turning Your Community Into Revenue

Over the past several weeks, we’ve shown you how a dynamic community is the unsung hero of every success story. We’ve explored all the personal benefits a hardworking and thought-provoking group has to offer…but what we haven’t talked about is money. Business is still business after all, and we need our collaborations to be more…

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Winning Big Through Loyalty And Trust With Dave Popple

Because of a promise he made to his grandmother, Dave Popple spent the first twenty years of his career helping children by developing inner city programs and working with prison inmates. Once he turned 40, he shifted to a career in corporate psychology. During this episode, we learn why good works and business leadership aren’t…

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Structuring Your Community

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Structure is the backbone of every community. A poorly structured group is an ineffective group…so you need to have solid frameworks in place if you want to make anything happen. More importantly, you need to have energetic, proactive and caring leaders who can build and support the community each and every day. We discuss… Good…

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Why Values Matter So Much With Dan Kuschell

After undergoing emergency surgery in 2007, Dan Kuschell’s outlook on life, love, and business did a full 180. In the process of re-crafting his life, he came to realize that all the things that mattered to him most have one thing in common…they resonated deeply with his personal values. Now this profound new perspective resonates…

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How To Pick The Right People

So in spite of your best efforts you still haven’t found the support circle that works for you. In that case, it’s probably time to get out there and assemble one of your own. Picking the right people is a demanding endeavor, and transforming those people into a thoughtful and spirited community, well…that’s even harder.…

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