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Become a Master Conversationalist

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SECTION: WHAT TO READ Become a Master Conversationalist by Anita Byoma (Nigeria) For a moment, Picture yourself effortlessly connecting with others, building strong relationships, excelling in business dialogues, overcoming social anxiety, conquering difficult conversations,  and achieving your personal and professional goals. These can be achieved by ;Mastering the Art

Growing Your Coaching Business

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Growing Your Coaching Business: The Effective Use of Discipline, Patience, & Commitment by Gary Gasaway (USA) I have helped many new life coaches; whether it’s mentoring them in setting up their business or acquiring clients (sometimes both.) When I mentor new coaches, I consider my own experience of over

Have More Prospects Say ‘YES’

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Have More Prospects said ‘YES’ by Terri Levine (USA) Over the years we have developed a kind of secret sauce that quickly has our prospects say ‘yes’ to our services. I am sharing what we consider the holy grail of reasons we express to our clients. Put them to

7 Top Tips for Coaching Small Business Owners

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7 Top Tips for Coaching Small Business Owners by Ruby McGuire (United Kingdom) Small business owners experience a rollercoaster of emotions in running their businesses. There are lows and highs in business, and it can be challenging to keep focused with so many online distractions. In addition, they have

Don’t Let Mental Distractions Wreck your Presentations

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Don’t Let Mental Distractions Wreck your Presentations by Tom Guggino (USA) One of the biggest changelings facing presenters is getting distracted mentally during a presentation. It is normal to want to know how you are doing during a presentation but having a mental conversation while performing is dangerous. That’s

  • Improve Yourself to Improve Your Business by Ruby McGuire

Improve Yourself to Improve Your Business

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Improve Yourself to Improve Your Business by Ruby McGuire (United Kingdom) Your relationship with yourself is essential when you take the leap to become a coach and run a coaching business. If you're not part of a corporate/team, then this becomes even more vital as you will spend many