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Paul Rees | What Are the Qualities of A Great Coach? – Karim Amri CSS: 069

Coaching StartUp Secrets

Today Karim has the pleasure to have with him, Paul Rees.  Paul Rees works with scale-orientated business owners and corporate leaders who are open-minded to Up-designing themselves emotionally, mentally, productively, and above all change accountable towards their current business goals.He is an established business performance coach and soft skills expert, with over eighteen years of experience. His client portfolio reaches into the USA, Canada, UK, and Europe. he also presents on Radio and Television specializing in the subject matter of business and human performance, author, and CEO of Paul Rees Business Coaching and Accolade Executive Business Coaching. His coaching style is unique and widely successful proven.he has published article writing that has received recognition all over the world, influencing a change and understanding of the importance of individual and team peak performance business lifestyle, accountability, attitude, and soft skills in the workplaceHis clients have ranged to the banking industry, manufacturing, service, and distribution all over the world. his business performance and business leadership soft skills formulas have been responsible for massive leaps in organic business owner and leadership performance in the work environment, as well as permanent advancements in productive mindset and person to people working attitude. Join our Facebook Group:  Goal Getters Nation--------------------------------------------------// O V E R V I E W When you're mentoring on your coaching, it's massively too important to know you're actually producing the energy. If your zoom audience has not got the energy, they will almost start scanning the information you're delivering, they will not absorb it and not take it in. What are the most important qualities that usually make the difference between a good coach and a great one? What makes the difference between a good coach and a great coach is actually the investment that the coach puts into themselves in order for them to be at the cutting edge of business tools, and business understanding.When you respect your clients, you're going to prepare for your session, when you're going to respect your clients, you're going to invest in yourself to develop yourself to provide them with the highest value. When you respect your client, you're going to respect his ability and capability in finding the right answers. Don't work with a client unless you're going to learn something from them. It's easy to work with clients, and then just drown them with your experience that becomes intimidatingThere's nothing worse than being drowned with experience and drowned with information from your coach.Mastering the art of connection is key to go from a good coach to a great one. When it comes to business coaching the minute’s count, and you're going to be evaluated at the end of the agreement, Connection for me, I think is one of the key characteristics and skills that make the difference between a good coach and a great coach.You are 100% immersed in this interaction whether it's one hour or the 45 minutes or a one and a half hour but listening at the highest level is something that makes a huge difference. You've got to be three ears, and one month.When you become four ears, and one mouth, then you're intentional listening.I'm very conscious of keeping detailed notes from every conversation that i have with my client.Our job is to build that person into a business, not build a business, then build the person.Authenticity is something that sometimes it's hard to see when we've not experienced it for ourselves in our life.Be true to yourself to be true to another. Resources from this episode:Follow Paul Rees Learn more about what Paul is doing on  paulreesbusinesscoach.biz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-rees-6167b920/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.rees.14019Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulbizcoach Join our Facebook Group:  Goal Getters Nation

25mins

14 Apr 2022

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Paul Rees | Why we don't Niche? – Karim Amri CSS: 068

Coaching StartUp Secrets

Today Karim has the pleasure to have with him, Paul Rees.  Paul Rees works with scale-orientated business owners and corporate leaders who are open-minded to Up-designing themselves emotionally, mentally, productively, and above all is change accountable towards their current business goals.He is an established business performance coach and soft skills expert, with over eighteen years of experience. His client portfolio reaches into the USA, Canada, UK, and Europe. he also presents on Radio and Television specializing in the subject matter of business and human performance, author, and CEO of Paul Rees Business Coaching and Accolade Executive Business Coaching. His coaching style is unique and widely successful proven.he has published article writing that has received recognition all over the world, influencing a change and understanding of the importance of individual and team peak performance business lifestyle, accountability, attitude, and soft skills in the workplaceHis clients have ranged in the banking industry, manufacturing, service, and distribution all over the world. his business performance and business leadership soft skills formulas have been responsible for massive leaps in organic business owner and leadership performance in the work environment, as well as permanent advancements in productive mindset and person to people working attitude. Join our Facebook Group:  Go High Ticket: Scale your coaching business to 6 Figures--------------------------------------------------// O V E R V I E W Niche in, your business as an SME business owner, is one of the most personnel. Accountabilities you will do in your business ever.It tests your belief system, it tests your self-worth, it tests your imposter syndrome, it tests your belief in your marketplace.As a business owner tests what you are about in business.If anybody as a business owner cannot shout out their business avatar or their business client is in less than 10 seconds, they need to niche.99% of business owners niche so softly, that they remain within the noise of the market. They are promoting their business.People fail to niche, because they are nervous, if they niche, they're going to leave a market that they are currently in, even though the market is failing to bring into the business, the potential of the core value clients that resonate with their product business services99% of business owners in the SME market are in the low income, high maintenance market. We have to look at how we present our own insecurities into the doubt of our business. Very few businesses owners that I’ve met, can actually tell me within 60 seconds what their product is.We are scared to keep a piece of the cake without having a part of it.I'm not niching to a small value of people; I niche as an expert in a particular subject matter.Niching gives my business a higher profile, a higher interest, a greater interest. I will niche each individual, individually, but create a team from them. Not niching myself away from people and niching myself into people. So, they completely understand their mindset. When you niche, you increase your market. Because now people get the philosophy and the value of what you offer.Expanding, in one way or another is not in contradiction with the concept of niche. Your business should niche at least three times before you've even started niching correctly. It's an impossibility to become good at everything because it's too much for our emotional mind to take in and become efficient. Resources from this episode:Follow Paul Rees Learn more about what Paul is doing on  paulreesbusinesscoach.biz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-rees-6167b920/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.rees.14019Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulbizcoach Join our Facebook Group:  Go High Ticket: Scale your coaching business to 6 Figures

20mins

7 Apr 2022

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Loving the family of God - Romans 12:9-13 - Paul Rees

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Date: 30 January 2022 (Morning)Title: Loving the family of GodPassage: Romans 12:9-13Preacher: Paul Rees

33mins

30 Jan 2022

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Be shaped by God's grace - Romans 12:1-2 - Paul Rees

Charlotte Chapel

Date: 16 January 2022 (Morning)Title: Be shaped by God's gracePassage: Romans 12:1-2Preacher: Paul Rees

32mins

16 Jan 2022

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The remnant - Romans 11 - Paul Rees

Charlotte Chapel

Date: 09 January 2022 (Morning)Title: The remnantPassage: Romans 11Preacher: Paul Rees

32mins

9 Jan 2022

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The National Motor Museum with Director Paul Rees

Mick and Ori's Classic Cars

Paul is back to talk about the National Motor Museum in Birdwood South Australia. The Museum has a fantastic display of motor vehicles which help to illustrate the history of South Australian and Australian culture.Check out the National Motor Museum in BirdwoodCheck out our Instagram @mickandoriCheck out our YouTube channelSend us an email at mickandori@gmail.comCheck out the Mick and Ori websiteCheck out our Instagram @mickandoriCheck out our YouTube channelSend us an email at mickandori@gmail.comCheck out the Mick and Ori website

35mins

6 Jan 2022

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S1 Ep15: Rock Conversations with Paul Rees

Rock Conversations

Writer Paul Rees discusses his brand new book about John Mellencamp appropriately title "Mellencamp" (Harper Collins). Great stories about John and his music. We also talk about Robert Plant and John Entwistle.

50mins

2 Nov 2021

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No condemnation - Romans 8:1-4 - Paul Rees

Charlotte Chapel

Date: 17 October 2021 (Morning)Title: No condemnationPassage: Romans 8:1-4Preacher: Paul Rees

29mins

17 Oct 2021

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What Difference Does It Make: Paul Rees discusses John Mellencamp

Pantheon - Home of Music Podcasts

Journalist and author Paul Rees has previously written about Robert Plant and The Who's John Entwistle; two rock stars that kept a low personal profile. Paul completes his rock star trilogy with a biography on John Mellencamp. We talk a lot about John's grit and determination, which helps in no small part to make his artistic dreams come true. Paul immerses himself into John Mellencamp's life, and we come to really understand what continues to drive this Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artist.Hear John Mellencamp's music for free by subscribing to Amazon Music courtesy of the What Difference Does It Make Podcast getamazonmusic.com/wddimpodcastWe are a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

59mins

18 Sep 2021

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Paul Rees discusses John Mellencamp

What Difference Does It Make

Journalist and author Paul Rees has previously written about Robert Plant and The Who's John Entwistle; two rock stars that kept a low personal profile. Paul completes his rock star trilogy with a biography on John Mellencamp. We talk a lot about John's grit and determination, which helps in no small part to make his artistic dreams come true. Paul immerses himself into John Mellencamp's life, and we come to really understand what continues to drive this Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artist.Hear John Mellencamp's music for free by subscribing to Amazon Music courtesy of the What Difference Does It Make Podcast getamazonmusic.com/wddimpodcastWe are a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 1min

17 Sep 2021

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