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  • Mastery

    November 11, 2014  /  IN Coaching  /  0 COMMENT

    (n.) The position or authority of a master; dominion; command; supremacy; superiority. Every successful leader has a coach. In my case, I was mentored by three men that continue to be the top industry leaders in direct sales. Randy Schroeder […]

(n.) The position or authority of a master; dominion; command; supremacy; superiority.

Every successful leader has a coach. In my case, I was mentored by three men that continue to be the top industry leaders in direct sales. Randy Schroeder of MonaVie, Nathan Ricks of NuSkin, and Paul Orberson of Furtune Hi-Tech Marketing. These men were instrumental in mentoring me in areas of leadership, leverage, organization, and momentum. Team building is key. Recognizing an individuals ability is key. I personally coach million-dollar income earners from the industry’s top direct-sales corporations. A successful coach recognizes talent and builds his dream team. Sport teams generate the largest viewership internationally because there’s a powerful sense of unity, ownership, competition, and pride. Individuals don’t win world championships, teams win world championships.

A good coach can be counted on for support, encouragement, and the game-winning play. My fitness coach, Jay Kerwin instucts that muscles grow stronger because it’s put under uncommon pressure to push or pull. The brain signals the muscle as it breaks down under pressure and the muscle shifts into survival mode. The muscle is then restored, but in greater measure. Pressure is what changes the landscape of our bodies, and our thinking.

Vince Lombardi once said, “I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is the moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious.” Enduring and overcoming challenges produce perseverance; and perseverance, character.

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