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The Yips - Entrepreneur Anxiety and Time to Get Back In the Zone

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March 21, 2016

Getting the Yips is most commonly associated with sports such as golf or baseball. As Wikipedia defines Yips: the loss of fine motor skills in athletes. The condition occurs suddenly and without apparent explanation usually in mature athletes with years of experience. It is poorly understood and has no known treatment or therapy. Athletes affected by the yips sometimes recover their ability, which may require a changing technique. Many are forced to abandon their sport at the highest level.

Under : business analyst, business coaching, business planning, CEO, CGO Articles, chief executive officer, coach, executive mentoring, financial management, financial planning, mentor, taxation

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The Zen Entrepreneur

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March 16, 2016

Mindfulness, yoga, Zen – the buzz words we hear every day that we must do because of our over stimulated, hyper-connected, high stress world as a business owner. There are so many things going on at once in many cases as an entrepreneur and in many times its difficult to focus on one thing instead of capital requirements, marketing, sales, distribution, employee morale, financials,new partners, etc. all at once. One more thing to add to the endless list – Mindfulness. Can it really help your business?

Under : accountability, business coach, business strategy, CEO, CGO Articles, chief executive officer, coach, executive coaching, financial management, life coach, mindfulness

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Warm Pockets and Cold Pockets - Where Is Your Business Performance Now in Anticipation of the Upcoming Spring Season?

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March 11, 2016

If you are a cyclist living in a cold climate for the winter, there is an experience that comes every March with the approaching spring season. While riding, there are warm pockets where the temperature is warmer and the smells of spring are vivid in the olfactory system. It’s always a full body “tingling” up lifting feeling, moving from cold to warm pockets.

Under : business coach, business strategy, CEO, CGO Articles, Chief Executive, executive coaching, goals achievement, life coach, mentoring, personal development, personal growth

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It All Begins at 4AM!

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March 08, 2016

It is well to be up before daybreak, for such habits contribute to health, wealth, and wisdom.” – Aristotle

Under : accountability, author, business coach, business strategy, CEO, CGO Articles, executive, mentor, personal development

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It’s Ok to Celebrate and Reflect

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March 01, 2016

“It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.” – Edmund Hillary

Under : adviser, CGO Articles, coaching, goal setting, goals achievement, personal development, personal growth

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Athletes, Business leaders, Consultants, Teachers, and Entrepreneurs How To Write Your Book & Actually Sell To Make a Profit

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February 26, 2016

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There is a big difference of writing a book, selling it and making a profit vs. just selling and earning top-line income. I have learned through writing my three books a myriad of lessons – good and bad. I have experienced many ups and downs from publishers, editors, marketing, PR firms, hybrid, printers, graphic design companies, lawyers, web developers, etc.

Under : author, book publishing, business coaching, CEO, CGO Articles, coaching, consultant, executive coach, marketing a book, writing a book

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Finishing the DECA Ironman is Similar to Being an Entrepreneur

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February 22, 2016

The DECA Ironman is a race, journey and experience similar to the daily, weekly and yearly grind of being an entrepreneur. For clarification, the DECA Ironman (my favorite endurance sporting event) is an ultra distance triathlon consisting of 10 Ironman races. The length of each of the 3 triathlon disciplines is as follows: 24 mile swim, 1120 mile bike, 262 mile run – the equivalent of 10 Ironman races.IMG_4407 (1)

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Sales Are Down - Would You Hire Another Entrepreneur?

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February 19, 2016

Under : adviser, CEO, CGO Articles, coaching, consulting, entrepreneurs, executive coaching, leadership development, life coach, management assessment, personal growth

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Shocking Financial Advisor Recommendations & 5 tax planning tips for Entrepreneurs

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February 17, 2016

For those living in the U.S, it’s tax time. For over 20 years owning and growing our tax consulting and preparation companies, it’s always a stressful time not only for our team but also for clients. To almost everyone is just misery.

Under : CGO Articles

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Teach Your Child to Read, Speak and Lead

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February 15, 2016
Combined with the 4,400 mile 2016 Trans Am Bike Race that Wayne Kurtz will compete June, 2016, he will launch a FREE Kid’s public speaking training program through his non-profit organization, (Run For Books, Inc.) to schools located in the states he will travel. The goal is to train 4,400 kids (1st-8th grade) how to overcome fear, taking risks and learning how to speak to a group effectively. Plenty of fun/functionality – video, in person training and accountability program. Helping our future leaders to learn the important skills of reading and speaking. For more information for you schools, contact wayne@chiefgoalsofficer.com

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