On this episode of The 2X Podcast, Bill outlines the top 10 erroneous beliefs that could hold you back from 2X-ing your business.
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Have you heard of the saying, "We get in our own way?" That's exactly what these beliefs do. Be sure to assess yourself and your own beliefs that might be in your way.
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Have you every hear the old saying, the devil is in the details?
If you are going to double your results whether you are a salesperson, a sales leader or a CEO, you have to pay attention to the details. I also believe that everyone is in marketing today.
I recently had a coaching session with one of my clients and I gave him 5 Marketing tips that he could use to better represent himself online. On this week's episode of The 2X Podcast, I'll share those tips with you and give you some ways to implement them in your world.
I had the pleasure of working with a young man a while back who was one of THE most ambitious people I've met. He took virtually every coaching point I gave him.
He was faced with a dilemma - should he keep doing things the old way - cold calling, traveling, selling, OR - should he switch course?
I, of course, suggested he switch. On this episode of The 2X Podcast, I'll share his story.
On this episode of the 2X Podcast, Bill discusses a recent coaching session he had with one of his client's who has an issue with one of his team members he oversees. The team member "Karl" has been acting up lately and it seems to be increasing. His actions are starting to effect the whole team and it needs to be addressed before it's too late.
Bill gives him some ways of identifying undesirable traits and some ways to approach a team member who might be displaying these traits. When you have a team member who isn't acting appropriately, the way you approach can be extremely important and might help you avoid a serious problem.