BDD: What does it take to be a coach?
Confidence, patience and excellent sales ability
BDD: How can I tell if I need a coach?
If you are a person who either: wants something bad enough but can’t seem to figure out how to get it, 2) You can’t seem to do it alone, but want it badly.
BDD: How do you help your clients, what’s unique about your approach?
I work with all clients in person in real life settings and I make them accountable.
BDD: How would you convince a skeptic to reach out to a coach?
I don’t convince anybody. If you have to convince them, then they aren’t ready….and will be a pain in the ass.
BDD: Can you give us an example of a success story?
Too many to tell.
BDD: Would you ever turn anyone down? Why? Why not?
Yes….if they aren’t wanting it bad enough. It is not my job to motivate you. My job is to give you the tools and the education to achieve what you already want.
BDD: What is the most common trouble with which people come to you?
They want love and marriage and are frustrated.
BDD: What’s the most valuable piece of advice you can give that applies to all?
This is not an overnight fix…it is like a college degree or your profession…you gotta take it seriously….and it takes time to master…just like anything else.
BDD: How soon can we see results of coaching?
Depends on how well you select students…but an aggressive approach yields me significant results in about 6 months or less…if they work with me weekly.
BDD: What is the number one mistake that you see people make?
They don’t have an open mind and fall into old and bad habits….and don’t listen to what works.
BDD: Any books you would recommend?
Yes..Shut Up, Stop Whining and Get A Life ..Larry Winget
BDD: what is the number one goal your clients usually have?
finding ONE person to attract, date and marry.
13/ what’s your take on online dating?
It works…but the profile has to be created professionally.