Why should you consider connecting with a communication coach? There are several good reasons.
First, the most outstanding performers in every profession rely on personal coaches–not just when they are on the way to the top, but long after they get there, so they can sustain their level of excellence.
Tiger Woods, who is rapidly becoming tagged as the best professional golfer ever, started out with Butch Harmon as his coach, and has relied on several others.
Ronald Reagan, remembered as “the great communicator,” enlisted Roger Ailes as his speech coach and writer. Today Ailes serves as Chairman of Fox News.
John Kennedy turned to Ted Sorenson for assistance in crafting his memorable speeches.
Helen Keller’s life became rich and full because of Anne Sullivan.
So having a coach is not a sign of weakness, it’s an indication that you want to become the best at what you do.
This brief video describes three prominent clients I worked with, and tells what I helped them achieve:
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After watching the video, visit my Web site’s coaching page:
“But what,” you might ask, “if we are located so far apart that I can’t take advantage of your in-person coaching?” The answer: Check out my online coaching program, a year-round training session designed to meet your needs and match your budget:
Want to reach your maximum potential. . .soon? Ready for a coach? Then call me:
Oh. . .in case you are wondering. Yes, I have enlisted the services of coaches myself for the past dozen years, to assist me with my marketing, publicity, and technology. I consider the dollars and time I spent with my coaches one of my finest professional investments.