The context here is two-fold…yesterday’s client had a fair amount of initial skepticism about hiring because she never heard of me, i don’t have any speaker videos, and i’m expensive.
Simultaneously, i’m negotiating with a CEO for “Executive Coaching 201” level opportunity.
More on this in a moment.
Both opportunities are nearly identical – expensive and no executive video testimonials that my 201, higher level executive coaching is worth the price – however, this CEO has not only heard of me, but she renewed her yearly executive coaching contract without hesitation.
The obstacle in front of us is proving solitude is a tangible, powerful, and game-changing CEO tactic.
She said, “You hit it out of the Park.”
i replied humbly, “Wow.”
She continued, “We need to schedule you for next year.”
• • • • •
This website is about our WORK. To ponder today’s post about our HQ, click here.
If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.
This thought-provoking article is worth a few minutes of your time.
Oh, I almost forgot, you don’t have 180 seconds to spare.
I was at Starbucks on Friday and ordered a tall (which is really a small – too funny) cup of coffee. They were out. So if Starbucks has to brew a fresh pot for you – in 180 seconds – they provide it complimentary.
When he made the offer, I thought, “I don’t have three minutes. I gotta get going“.
Then it hit me, “If you don’t have 180 seconds to spare in your life, you better go look in the mirror and ask why”, I said to myself.
It was amazing, in those brief three minutes, what I saw in the mirror.
I saw a man who has a difficult time fitting all life’s puzzle pieces together. But a man who doesn’t give up.
I was sad and happy all in the course of 180 seconds.
After picking up my son at summer camp, we went to Gold’s Gym for an hour.
It was a great day, because I took even more time to reflect on what’s important, and then acted on it