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Claudine joins Kim to discuss the current situation for entrepreneurs in 2020 with Covid and how you can change your 2021 so that it is your best year ever!!! Two of the best things you can do is to continue to shine and create an action plan to move forward.
Claudine offers a solution-based business coaching experience unique to each client with a clear vision, strategies, and action steps. Her corporate career, spanning two decades as a team leader in collections and disaster recovery for a large financial institution, set up her problem-solving mindset. Her ability to identify and resolve problems was recognized because of her innate people skills that she employed to smooth the process. She is a natural investigator, digging deep to find issues and solutions.
Disaster recovery is the mindset she used to help clients navigate the difficult entrepreneur climate throughout 2020. She stretched her coaching muscles to guide over 90% of her clients to shift and find success in a new way of doing business. She diligently researches industry needs to offer individual coaching based on the client. Her background also provides a curiosity to follow economic trends she can impart to assist clients in decision-making.
She understands the value of self-care and continued learning to show up the best for her clients. She is mentored by a coach and is an active participant in a local mastermind and Robin Sharma mastery programs. She devotes time to her personal goals around health and fitness. And finds many analogies from her competitive dance career to coach entrepreneurs through their milestones.
She empowers clients to believe in their abilities, focusing on strengths and finding supports to elevate them in areas of weakness. Her corporate background is softened with an approach that breathes belief into entrepreneurs when they just can’t find it. She also works with a generous heart, giving back to her community. She still teaches at George Brown College, where she received her Life Coaching certificate. And she is actively involved in initiatives for the homeless and marginalized members of her Toronto community.
Canadian Olympic Coach Ram Nayyar joins Kim to talk about how to perform at your best by getting rid of fear in your life. He also shares about his journey to writing The Sport of Life and how it has changed him both personally and professionally.
Juanita joins Kim to finish the last three roadblocks to writing a book, what to write about, who to write to and the self-confidence to complete the project.
Kim Thompson-Pinder talks about how love is one of the most powerful forces in the universe and when you use it in your business the right way, you create loyal clients and customers who consider you family.
In today’s episode, Kim, Krystle, and Carol talk about growing your business and how authenticity allows you to grow your business in ways you never expected.
Bob Burg joins Kim on Author To Authority to talk about how you can give exceptional value in business and enjoy extraordinary results through the Five Laws that are the core concepts in The Go-Giver series.
Kim is excited to introduce to you the co-host of the Author To Authority Podcast, Juanita Wootton-Radko.
Brian Sexton, host of The Intentional Encourager podcast, joins Kim on this episode to talk about how to make strong connections because #PeopleBuyFromPeople.
Tyler Foley joins Kim to talk about how to speak in any situation, whether it be a boardroom, a networking meeting, to a client. He gives many tips that are going to be useful, no matter where you are speaking.
In part two Kim & Chris talk about not working harder but producing better results, and amazing goal & prospecting planner and the good, the bad and the ugly of becoming an author.
EP 195 – How To Speak Attractively To Potential Clients and Customers PT2 With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko
In part two Kim & Juanita continue their series on how to communicate in a way that is attractive to potential clients and customers. In this part the rest of the ten speaking faux pas that entrepreneurs make.