Why Would Anyone Need Coaching & Mentoring?
Accomplishing something significant all by yourself feels great, doesn't it? If you think back on your greatest accomplishments, though, were they actually the result of an individual effort?
You were most likely encouraged and motivated by friends, family, loved ones, colleagues, and yes, maybe even coaches. Think back to your childhood. Did you play a sport? Were you a musician? Did you spend your time trying to "get to the next level" of performance in anything? Most of us can remember a coach or a mentor (even if not formally labeled as such) who motivated us, guided us, and made sure we were heading in the right direction.
And then adulthood came. We are supposed to know it all, right?
The most successful people in the world are constantly learning. Constantly yearning. Sticking it to the status quo, and changing the game that most don't even know exists.
Getting to the next level
Coaching and mentoring are central to the lives of those we look up to these days, from our role models in business, arts, entertainment, politics (just kidding, but seriously, they have mentors, too), to those we admire in education, medicine, law, etc.
The mistake we see all too often is when people try so hard to succeed in one area of life, while at the same, they seem to fail miserably in another. It becomes almost impossible to juggle everything at once.
This brings us to one of our featured coaches, Greg McKeown, an individual who has researched, mastered, and communicated the art of focusing on what's most essential in order to get yourself to the next level.
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McKeown is the author of the book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, (Crown Business, April 2014). If you haven't read his book or seen his videos, he speaks from a foundation of extensive research and asserts that "success" itself is the very roadblock that is holding highly capable individuals back from getting to the next level. In his lectures and writings, McKeown recommends that we take stock on what's most essential, then eliminate those things that are not essential, and finally build a platform for what he calls "effortless execution" in order to break through to the next level. The best ways to learn from Greg are to read his books, blogs, and articles, watch his videos, and sign up for his newsletter.
Brad Campbell & Dan Klein
Brad is the creator of Lazy MLM, a site dedicated to mentoring an online community of aspiring internet marketers who were let down in previous ventures that seemed too good to be true (because they were). Campbell has a wealth of experience with search engine marketing and digital content creation, and he has teamed up with another online mogul named Dan Klein. Klein is known for having built a successful consulting practice focused on helping small business owners acquire new customers. Together, Klein and Campbell have lit a much needed spark and created new energy in the comeback of American Entrepreneurship by being great coaches and providing service to those who serve others.
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Have you ever met anyone with extreme talent? Not just your average Joe, but someone who is better than anyone else at his or her craft. Rolly has a knack for tapping into people like this, and helping them unleash their potential on a much wider audience than they've ever reached before. As an Entrepreneur Coach, he calls his operation the "Expert Factory," and it is designed to help experts reach those who can find value in their teachings but haven't yet been exposed to them before. Rolly's background enables him to combine his deep knowledge of sales and marketing along with his gift of understanding people for who they truly are. Rolly can be reached via his Expert Factory website, and you can read his blogs, hear his podcasts, and watch his webinars on a regular basis.