A Guest Post by Terry Dean**
Every top athlete has a coach. They help them train and consistently produce their best results.
Top CEOs have coaches as well.
Eric Schmidt, Google CEO, has even said that his best advice for new CEOs is to have a coach. He says, “Every famous athlete, and every famous performer, has someone who is a coach.”
A coach can you help you see your actions from another perspective. They can help you get clear on what you want to accomplish.
They can help you shortcut the time to reach your goals!
But what about when you’re just starting out, can’t find the right coach for you, or you feel you don’t have the budget for a quality coach yet?
Is there any way you can get some of the benefits out of coaching for yourself?
Yes, there is. You won’t get the outside viewpoint and clear direction they can help provide you with, but you apply a few of their coaching principles to your life and business.
** Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online. He lives in Dunnellon, Florida. Find out more about his activities, how the Monthly Mentor Club
can help you today. Every top athlete has a coach. They help them train and consistently produce their best results.
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