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“Which entrepreneur, living or dead, would you most like to have dinner with and why?”
I would love to meet and have a chat, virtual or live, with Luvvie Ajayi Jones. She is bold, unapologetic; she speaks truth to power, embraces her background and confident self, and is fun. She is a “professional troublemaker,” and I am a “professional confidence-maker.” Great mix to create impact …Read More »
“What in your business are you most grateful about?”
I am most grateful for the people in my business, team members, partners, and most importantly customers. Without customers there is no business so I am most grateful for having them. I love working with people, helping people to succeed is my passion and I am very grateful I have …Read More »
What belief do you hold about your industry that is not shared by many?
Not everyone is coachable. This may sound negative, but not everyone is coachable all the time, including myself! We all need to go through our process, learn and integrate the knowledge to have lasting change. You can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink. Coaches do …Read More »
Question 2: “What makes you most optimistic about the future of your industry?”
Without a doubt the increase of interest in “Experience Coaching”. Humans connect by story and by shared experiences. When we create a container that allows people to connect, experience the possible shifts in real-time and, most importantly, feel and see the results, they become more committed to the actions that …Read More »
What is your number one hack for getting yourself motivated when things seem hopeless?
There are only three things required for motivation: P + B + 3S. P- Purpose – What is the big why of what you are trying to do? If you can tap into the larger purpose it will drive motivation. B – Body Budget / Energy – What does my …Read More »
“What are your clients really buying?” (the feeling beyond the product or service you provide)
For me, it is straightforward and clear; when it comes to soft skills development, clients really buy the trust and connection they have with their trainer or coach. It will be tough to build and scale such a business if clients do not feel this connection. They are looking for …Read More »
“What skill have you developed since leaving formal education that has been most useful in your career?”
The skill of networking and knowing how and when to ask for support has been one of the most valuable skills I could ever have learned. Developing strong relationships is crucial in the entrepreneurship world. If we do not connect, people won’t know what we can offer, and if they …Read More »
What do you wish someone had told you at the beginning of your career?
– I wished someone had told me that business is really just all about trying and failing, and trying again until you find a way out, so it’s ok to fail. After all, you only need to be right once and the rest will be history. – I wished that …Read More »
What do you and your business partner, your team or your clients most often disagree about?
Probably the biggest area of disagreement we have is the direction of the markets. And how much detail we should be diving in. My business partner Ron is not the detail guy. He can’t tell you the price of petrol, what the exchange rates are against the THB nor exactly …Read More »