“Why” Comes First and “How” will Follow

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Last night, we had Diamond Coach Jen Kelley on our Team Call. I asked Jen to join the call and I asked everyone that listened to it to share this post so people could listen to Jen talk. Why? Because when Jen got started she had a strong “Why.”

In other words, Jen had a BIG reason motivating her to push her business forward. That’s important. There’s a lot to learn when you start as a Coach. None of it is particularly complicated, but it can be overwhelming and the time required nearly always comes at the sacrifice of something else. When your reasons are important, the rest falls into place.

Why must always lead the way. When it does, “How” will follow and the solutions will be presented.

CLICK HERE to hear Jen’s appearance on our November 5, 2013 Team Call

You can Like Jen’s Facebook Page by clicking on the picture below.

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By | 2018-01-22T01:34:27+00:00 November 6th, 2013|Categories: Professional Development|Comments Off on “Why” Comes First and “How” will Follow

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Father, retired attorney, triathlete, skier, surfer, half of a dynamic coaching team and co-founder of the Fit Club Network. Living my passion as an entrepreneur helping people achieve their fitness and financial goals.