Posts Tagged ‘coaching’

Five Mistakes To Avoid If You Want To Be a High-Paid Coach or Consultant

By: Dan Kennedy on: October 25th, 2014 1 Comment

One of the top ways I know to leverage your time and replace a lot of manual labor so you can often double (or more) your business income is by adding consulting or coaching. Personally, I’ve made extraordinary profits by consulting. And I’ve taught hundreds of others to do the same. As an example, consider Dr. Tom Orent. In 1997, Tom found his dental practice, career and even his home in jeopardy. He put himself[...]

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How I Ended Up In The Top 2 Percent…And How You Can Too

By: Darcy Juarez on: December 28th, 2013 1 Comment

Besides marketing, one of the things I enjoy doing is coaching women’s volleyball at a local university. I began coaching after I was a four-year letter winner and scholarship player as a member of the Redbirds volleyball team at Illinois State University. Not to “toot my horn,” but according to CBS news Money Watch, only about two percent of high school students win sports scholarships every year at NCAA colleges and universities. And while I’m[...]

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Why Outliers: Story Of Success, Got It Wrong

By: Dave Dee on: December 26th, 2013 21 Comments

It was a number one best seller on The New York Times and The Globe and Mail. It held this position for eleven consecutive weeks. Written by Malcolm Gladwell, his non-fiction book, Outliers: The Story of Success, examines the factors that contribute to success. Gladwell defines outliers as people who are exceptional people that do not fit into our normal understanding of achievement. These are people who are smart, rich and successful and operate beyond[...]

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Are You The Next “Casey Stengel” Of Your Marketplace?

By: Dave Dee on: December 27th, 2012 1 Comment

He never intended on being a coach. In fact, his long-term goal was to be a dentist. Athletically inclined, he played a number of sports including football, basketball and baseball, continuing on in the minor league in 1910-1911 where he saved enough money to go to dentistry school. However, after having problems finding left-handed dentistry tools, he continued in baseball and was brought up to the Dodgers late in the 1912 season. It was then[...]

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