PBS, CNN Money, and countless news outlets have published business coach articles showing that half of U.S. adults no longer believe in the American dream.This is why I feel like I have a lot of work to do.(See: Simone Pathe, “Why half of U.S. adults no longer believe in the American dream” PBS.org, September 24, 2014, http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/why-half-of-u-s-adults-no-longer-believe-in-the-american-dream/)
“Desire is the key to motivation, but it’s the determination and commitment to unrelenting pursuit of your goal – a commitment to excellence – that will enable you to attain the success you seek.” -Mario Andretti (Retired Italian American world champion racing driver, one of the most successful Americans in the history of the sport. He is one of only two drivers to win races in Formula One, IndyCar, World Sportscar Championship and NASCAR – the other being Dan Gurney).
My friend, this can be your year and your time to thrive. However, YOU must commit to learning the proven business coach systems, processes, controls, and strategies that you need to know to turn your big visions into reality. Otherwise, your big ideas will never become your reality. Once you learn these systems, you will find yourself enjoying more time freedom owning a company that is both fun to own and operate.
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Quick disclaimer: For your overall benefit, I have filled this business coach book with 100% true examples and case studies taken from my work with real clients, real families, and real people like you. However, to protect the privacy and confidentiality of Thrivers all around the world, I have changed a few of the variables (names, genders, industries, and locations). Nevertheless, these are still 100% fact-based stories.
2.2 – A Quick Summary of this Book
This book has been written to help you achieve massive, quick, and sustainable growth. However, if you really do desire to greatly enhance your life, your business, and your amount of financial and time freedom, you must give me permission to help by taking the actions prescribed in this book.
Phase 1 – Decrease Your Business’ Reliance Upon You
In order to build these world-class and duplicable systems, we are going to need to reduce your business’ reliance upon you. The first portion of the book will show you how. We will provide you with the practical business coach tools, downloadables and templates that you need along the way, however you must commit to taking the action needed to turn your dreams into reality.
Phase 2 – Unlock Your Company’s Fast and Sustainable Growth Potential by Listening to Your Customers
During this portion of the book, we will show you how you can clearly identify the low-hanging fruit and the sustainable growth potential that is currently hidden within your own business, simply by listening to your current customers.
Phase 3 – Take the Limiters Off of Your Growth
Here we will teach you how to quickly identify and eliminate actual barriers, limiting beliefs, and systems that are causing your business to become stuck or to grow at a very slow annual growth rate. During this portion of the book, we will deep-dive into the very practical areas of HR, business coach leadership, sales, marketing, Internet optimization, and much, much more.
Phase 4 – Optimize Your Personal Happiness and Personal Life Satisfaction
During this phase of the book, I will teach you how to optimize your quality of life in such a way that you are eager to start each day because you know it will be a day filled with meaning and purpose. Unfortunately, I have had the opportunity meet with thousands of clients all over the world who have copious amounts of money but very little time freedom and satisfaction with their overall quality of life. This doesn’t have to be your reality.
3.1 – Decreasing Your Business’ Reliance Upon You
“Personally, I feel overwhelmed. I started my own business so that I could be in control of my schedule, but at the end of the day I feel like I am being held hostage by my business and the terrorists who work there. If you can show the systems and a proven path, I’ll make it happen. I just need to know where to start.” -Business Owner / New Thrive15.com Member during their free one-on-one coaching session
“No one lives long enough to learn everything they need to learn starting from scratch. To be successful, we absolutely, positively have to find people who have already paid the price to learn the things that we need to learn to achieve our goals.” -Brian Tracy (Bestselling author and world-renowned speaker)
Years ago I was working with a business owner based in Texas who had absolutely worked himself into exhaustion. He ran a soccer coaching facility and was approaching 60 years of age. During college, he had been a standout and full-scholarship player, and business just seemed to follow him wherever he went following his Division 1 career. However, as his business grew, his physical body began to deteriorate from years of hard use and natural aging. This coach who was once able to demonstrate every drill first-hand was now forced to hire younger coaches to teach the kids the moves, drills, and systems that he had spent a lifetime creating. Furthermore, for the first time in his life, he was now facing major competition from another coaching facility in town.
His banker referred him to me and soon thereafter, we sat down to conduct our standard 29-Point Business Self-Evaluation (which you can access for free by visiting www.Thrive15.com/Evaluation).
His overall score of 58% indicated that he had many problems (which we call “opportunities for growth”) that he needed to address.
If you have not already, go take the 29-point Business Self-Evaluation.