I Know You Know: But You Don't Understand

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BalboaPress, Feb 21, 2012 - Business & Economics - 144 pages
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How much would you be willing to spend to be able to walk away from your business for a day, a week, or a month with less worry? All while building and empowering your team to take on more responsibilities.

Before working with Lynne, we were tired of things always getting started but never finished and peoples lack of accountabilitynot to mention the poor communication habits! We needed help communicating with each other. We wanted to try a different way of dealing with all of the issues at hand.

Since working with Lynne, agreements and disagreements are dealt with on a more professional level. Our employees comment on how we, as managers, listen more and make decisions more quickly. As managers, we see improvements and have brought the stress levels down when dealing with everything from employee and money issues to personal issues, including communication in the family and personal health.

We really enjoy that working with Lynne & MLJ Coaching International actually helps us get away to out-of-town business trips for our workshops and meeting with other business owners with similar business issues and discussing how to resolve them.

Mattina Mechanical Ltd. www.mattina.ca

Plumbway www.plumbway.com

I don't know how anyone can be in business without a coach. It's so simple, it's almost stupid. My goals for next year just keep showing up now!

Denis Landry, Premier Plumbing & Heating Ltd.


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Save your money, pass on buying the snake oil. Read a book written by someone who actually studied economics.

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Chapter One Be Open to the Possibilities
Chapter Two Choose your DestinationAny Destination
Chapter Three Map Out the Route to Reach Your Destination
Chapter Four Continue Moving Forward Despite all Roadblocks Detours
Chapter Five Leave Your Financial Fears Behind
Chapter Six Invite Only Supportive People to Your New Destination
Chapter Seven Your Customers Pay for Everything right?
Chapter Eight Enjoy the Journey Rest Relax have TONS of FUN
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The end of a phenomenal year in Lynne’s small coaching business found her feeling tired. Wondering how to continue to grow her fun business without fatigue, Lynne stepped into further understanding small business growth through further developing herself. Lynne now helps her clients identify that “simple thing” that’s missing and that “thing” that’s stopping them … at an even deeper level than she had before. Quintupling her profits just a year-and-a-half from “feeling tired,” Lynne helps her clients get the fun back into their businesses, and their lives outside of the business, while getting a start on their custom-built retirement… as double, triple, quadruple, even decuple the profits simply flow in the back door.

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