What Eric Learned From Spending $60K A Year On Coaching | Ep. #1543

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In episode #1543, Eric talks about the money he spends on coaching, and when it is/is not worthwhile. When looking for a coach, find someone you think you can learn from and who you respect, otherwise, you won’t be well-suited to each other. Tune in to learn what role our childhood plays in how we behave in business!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: How Eric Spends $60 000 A Year On Coaching and What He’s Learned.
  • [00:41] When Eric first started investing in coaching and what it helped him do.
  • [01:08] Hear about the person he met two years ago who got him interested in coaching again.
  • [01:37] Think about hiring a coach when you see that person doing the thing you want to do.
  • [02:00] Find out what makes the CEO Whisperer’s approach to coaching unique.
  • [02:23] Our behavior and programming in business come from our childhoods.
  • [03:00] Why you shouldn’t expect to get a lot of value from every single call/meeting.
  • [03:24] Keeping in mind that coaching can involve the slow unwinding of issues.
  • [03:57] The feedback Eric got about having to slow down and where his striving comes from.
  • [05:16] Why Eric believes that coaching is worth the money and advice for those considering it.
  • [06:17] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information or call us on 310-349-3785!

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