• 00:02

    Exit Coach 1M Preview: Business Coaching - Juan Ortega

    in Management

    Host: Bill Black. 

    Juan Ortega explains business coaching, why it works, and why your company should consider it. 
    Audio library: www.ExitCoachRadio.com. New content daily - check back often!

  • 00:30

    Business 2 Business Coaching

    in Women

    Socialprenista Andreika Austin


    Join us at 8:00 AM Central Time for an interview with Andreika Austin. Andrieka "AJ" Austin is a Certified Business and Personal Life Coach, Speaker and engaging facilitator of empowering conversations. She was named 'Ultra Role Model' bywww.TheUltraModel.com for her entrepreneurial achievements and philanthropic works as a mentor and supporter of empowerment for girls and their moms through her well-known social enterprise, Journey Girl, LLC. After experiencing much success with her first company, she is now focused on helping women entrepreneurs uncover the personal side of their professional struggles.


    As The Socialprenista™, Ms. Austin channels her passion for entrepreneurship and empowerment by designing training and coaching programs for women entrepreneurs seeking to increase their business impact, influence, and income.

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:31

    Part 4: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 01:03

    Business Coaching; Why It Matters

    in Management

    BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is honored to welcome Philip Spensieri who is a Certified TAB Facilitator and Strategic Business Leadership Coach and Eastern Canada Area Developer for The Alternative Board with over 30 years of management, operations and financial experience in both large organizations and entrepreneurial ventures. Over the last 10 years Philip has guided business owners and executives in York Region, Ontario to design and implement strategies with sound, reachable growth and profitability goals. At times these strategies have included comprehensive succession plans and the development of next generation managers.


    Philip assists business owners and executives of privately held businesses to focus on the performance of their organizations and achieve the results they desire.


    BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsored by Commercial Credit Management Associates (CCMA).

  • 00:31

    Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Fast Break Executive Business Coaching

    in Business

    Mukilteo, WA – Modern business is entering a new paradigm. Traditional approaches to leadership aren’t delivering on their promise. A recent Gallup poll showed that 70 percent of the work force is disengaged or actively disengaged. In today’s demanding environment, business leaders are running 21st-century businesses with 20th-century strategic practices and programs.  


    Where leadership was once strongly based on a hierarchical model, the influx of women and youth into the workforce has created the desire for a culture that is more collaborative. Like the coach of a basketball team, this new business leader is more of a facilitator than someone who gives orders and directions.


    Kenn Dickinson had worked in the corporate world for over 30 years before he could no longer tolerate the corporate approach to leadership, culture and strategy. A former professional basketball player in Europe and a member of the University of Washington, Dickinson wanted to translate the dynamics and mindset of a successful basketball team to small businesses corporate culture. Today, Dickinson is the founder of Fast Break Executive Business Coaching.


    “As athletes, we had a certain mindset to succeed,” says Dickinson. “Some people say they want to succeed, but are they willing to do what it takes, to change and have a growth mindset. It requires this mindset in the business world as well.”

  • 00:50

    Free Lifestyle Business Coaching Q&A Office Hours

    in Business

    What's holding you back in your Internet lifestyle business?
    What questions do you have about websites, lifestyle businesses, or online marketing that Scott Fox or your fellow Click Millionaires forum members can help with?  


    What would you like to discuss?



    Target market and niche selection
    SEO
    Product development
    Email marketing
    Social media strategies
    Content production
    Affiliate marketing and advertising
    ???


    All entrepreneurs with new startup ideas or questions are welcome!


    Listen to this simulcast of Scott's next fun Video Office Hours public webcast Q&A session via Google+.  You can also watch this show here on YouTube or in the free entrepreneur coaching forum at ClickMillionaires.com.

  • 00:31

    Episode 21: Do You Really Need Business Coaching and Instruction?

    in Business

    Vicki and Tina explore the ins and outs of business coaching and additional training, including knowing when your business might benefit from them. 

  • 01:00

    Business Coaching, Leadership From The Top with Todd Millar

    in Business

    Todd Millar founded the company RT Millar Holdings that focuses on executive coaching. Todd brings best practices in leadership to clients so they can enhance their leadership skills and accelerate faster.
    Todd was instrumental in the acquisition of the Canadian Yellow Pages for $1.9 billion and in less than a year the assets were sold for $2.6 billion. 
    Visit Todd Millar www.toddmillarspeaking.com

  • 00:58

    Lifestyle Business Coaching Office Hours from ClickMillionaires.com

    in Business

    Get your latest internet lifestyle business questions answered for free.  


    Bring your internet marketing questions, website design problems, and niche lifestyle business strategy issues to join ClickMillionaires.com founder, Scott Fox, and other members from around the world for a LIVE Q&A session.


    What are your Internet business goals for this spring?


    How can we help you get there quickly and cost-effectively?


    What's the ONE THING you're getting done by the end of April for your April Challenge?


    At show time you can join Video Office Hours yourself on G+ here via webcam, or you can just watch the webcast LIVE here (if you don't have a webcam or don't want to appear on camera).


    Please drop by so we can talk about your latest lifestyle business projects and what we can help YOU accomplish this spring on your way to becoming a "Click Millionaire", too.

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