Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Who is your caddy?

Who is your caddy? Who helps you maintain the right attitude and keeps you focused? Think of a Business Coach as your business caddy, someone who helps you get the best from your business, always there to support you and encourage you, so you can play at the top of your game.

Affirmations and visualizations are some of the most powerful tools successful business owners use to keep their eyes on the prize. Learn the three steps to creating powerful affirmations- ones that can potentially change your life for the better.

Finally, learn the formula for success. Learn how in order to "HAVE" anything in life, one has to "BE" proactive and "DO" something to achieve it. Also take a sneak peek into inspirational YouTube Videos, in which founder and CEO of ActionCOACH Brad Sugars explains the formula for success in business and in life: BE X DO = HAVE

Friday, August 15, 2008

Turn a slow economy into opportunity!

Are you getting tired of hearing about today’s “tough” economy? Discover some great tools to turn the “slow” economy into a great opportunity for your business – because more money is made for strong companies in a slowdown than is made during a boom.

Next, how do you turn your customers into raving fans? Provide the best products, service and customer experience you can so your raving fans will gladly do the sales for you! Find out the keys to creating raving fans for a more profitable bottom-line.

Finally, evaluate your business regularly and examine your business vital signs so you can better benchmark your progress.

Remember, even your doctor is lost without metrics. Don’t get lost in your own business. Discover how to get your company healthier with good metrics, and measure them often.

This Weeks Featured Business Coach Expert Articles:

Can You Go It Alone In This Slow Economy?
by Iain Macfarlane
The first step in dealing with difficult issues is to realize that they do exist and that they impact your business. Denial will lead to more problems for your business unless you are willing to take action and embrace change to do things differently. Read More
How Are Your Business Vital Signs?
by ActionCOACH Corporate Are you lost in your business? Find the metrics of your business, measure them at regular intervals, and then test new strategies. The key to keeping your business healthy and on track is constant testing and measuring. Read More
Turn Your Customers Into Raving Fans
by David Guest
Raving fans are customers who are so "over the moon" with your business that they not only tell other people about it, they actually bring them to you and help you sell things to them. Focus on getting more of these to sail through the slow economy. Read More

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Friday, August 8, 2008

How does your company deal with change?

Knowing how to steer through change is an acquired skill. In order to move ahead and gain competitive advantage, people need to change quickly and effectively, but change often comes with loss. So, a key question becomes: What am I afraid of losing?

As you prepare your team for change, find out the secret to developing a winning team training program. Learn the importance of mastering proper team training in order to develop the quintessential team. (For more insights into this subject, read ActionCOACH's Founder and CEO Brad Sugars' Instant Team Building).

Finally, discover the four stages of learning. Psychologists believe that people move through four psychological stages in the process of developing competence in a skill. You can use this knowledge to develop your own teams of people!

This Weeks Featured Business Coach Expert Articles:

What are you afraid of losing?
by Keith Roberts
It's not change that we resist - it's the losses! So what are you afraid of losing? A look at a key question that can help accommodate your acceptance of one of life's constants. Read More
Why Proper Team Training Requires Your Focus
by Mark Raciappa The secret to a winning team is excellent training. Read on to find out why. Also, take a sneak peek into Brad Sugars' book Instant Team Building.
The Four Stages of Learning
by Mark Carn
Psychologists understand that people move through four psychological stages in the process of developing competence in a skill. What are they? Discover them and incorporate new knowledge into your team-building strategy.Read More

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Looking to increase your businses success today?

Are you an entrepreneur looking to accelerate your business growth? Learn more about how to effectively run your company and increase your revenue by reading one of our business library articles, written by one of our Business Coaches.

In the business world, as the mercury rises, new challenges emerge. With summer now in full-swing, many people are on vacation. Find out how this impacts prospecting during this season and learn practical tips on successfully overcoming such roadblocks when prospecting during these hot summer months. If you are planning on taking your well-earned vacation time, are you really looking forward to it? Or, can you not stop thinking of how things will go back at the office during your absence? Learn the importance of having a commercially profitable enterprise that works without you.

Finally, can you imagine playing a sport without keeping score? How would you measure your performance? Business is the same way. Imagine running a business without keeping track of income and expenses, or profit and losses. How would you know whether you’re making or losing money? Learn how to “keep score” in business!

Are You Really Pumped About Your Summer Vacation?
by Sandy Kemp
Are you expecting that well-earned vacation time to be relaxing, exhilarating, a great recharge for your batteries? Or are you more than a little concerned about how things will go when you are away? Read More
Growing Your Business By Setting Quotas
by Neil Woodall What are your goals? What are your objectives? Where do you want to take your business during the next year? These are questions I ask all prospective clients. The responses are often fascinating. Read More
Prospecting this Summer?
by Josette Goldberg
Life and work continue, even in the summer! The question is: How will you prospect during a season that is punctuated by holidays, vacations and extended time off for your prospective customers? Read More

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