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Million Dollar Mentor, The Executive Coach, Christine Comaford, shares on how you pitch your company and how it determines whether you get the right partners, favorable financing terms, super executives, and best shot at success.
Business Accelerator and Executive Coach, Christine Comaford: How do I mentor clients to release EVERYTHING that blocks them? One way is to teach them to STOP their thoughts. Why? Because your thoughts are the voice of your ego, and your ego is primarily driven by fear. According to the research of Dr. Fred Luskin of Stanford University, a human being has approximately 60,000 thoughts per day—and 90% of these are repetitive! (You know what that says to me, as an Executive Coach? It says OPPORTUNITY.)
Hi everyone – as an Executive Coach in the Fortune 100 for many years, I know that we've all had time when we hit a creative roadblock or had a solution in search of a problem. When I want to develop ideas for a product or service for one of my executive coaching clients, or help them to plan a particular goal, I create a mind map. A mind map is a great way to prime your idea pump.
Whether you want to lead others or not, you WILL need great leadership skills to get where you want to go in life and business. Keep your eyes and options open; sometimes you'll have to pay your dues, but stay alert and learn from leaders around you.
The 1-2-3 on Crafting a Successful Launch. Executive Mentor Christine Comaford shares her business acceleration expertise on crafting a successful launch of a product, and how to raise the profile of your company. Remember, this is primarily a marketing event - a kickoff party of sorts...
Christine Comaford’s Rules of Thumb on Paying your Peeps: There is a learning curve for salespeople—often up to 60 days. Also, you must give your salesperson a standard process to follow, and it will take you some time to develop this if you don't have it already.