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The Number One Way to Use Coaching Products
Nike strikes a deep cord in all of us when they tell us to just do it. Thatís because we have a tendency to NOT do it. The very thing you want for your business you donít do. So you buy a coaching program to help you get down to business and guess what you donít do it.
Thereís only one way to make those marketing courses that you buy work for you and thatís implementation. You have to do what they say and keep doing it until it works. If doing it is hard for you donít worry, there are tools that can help you. You can schedule a weekly kick in the ass. No, really, you can. I get one every Monday morning from Dave. Dave? Yeah, heís this guy who writes snap out of it motivational messages and theyíre pretty good. They make you think. So if you have a problem with implementation you need to know Dave. However, if his approach is too much to take before your Monday morning cup of coffee you might like Charlie. He has a nice voice and free planners.
So the plan is to get great coaching and implement what you learn and if you need to ask for help. Make the money that you spent count by working the program. You can have success at most programs unless they're really bad, by putting into action the things that you learn.
I know it may be hard and you may have to brush up on your skills and learn about installing a Word Press blog or site or how to use a digital recorder to make your new products, but in the end it will be worth it.
I have the honor of coaching those who want to repurpose their skills to create an income. The most important part of what I do is getting clients to take action. Action and implementation are your secret weapons to getting your business where you want it to go. So before the week starts answer this question: How are you going to implement the things that you know will make your business better? Then go and make it happen.
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