I’ve been complaining to my clients recently.
Because they are not asking me to do enough work for them.
Strange isn’t it?
They pay me lots of money to be their dental business coach and then don’t show up – rather like that January gym membership that we sometimes buy – and then realise that we didn’t visit.
Back in the 90’s I called a part of my business The Coaching Gym – not without reason.
Now you would think that selling memberships to non-attendees would be a fabulous business model?
Not if you enjoy your job the way that I do – I just love getting into the thick end of business development work.
So prior to our recent T20 meeting in London I decided to put together a quick slide show of all the ways in which they could “sweat the asset” – the asset being ME.
Admission time – I had quite a bit of fun putting this together and hope you enjoy spending a few moments sharing with me the ways I engage with my clients.
I’m finalising my coaching practice for 2015 and have just 2 vacancies – so if your New Year resolutions list could possibly include some coaching, why not give me a call.
Only if you intend to make me sweat though.
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