Archive for October, 2006

Leadership Coaching Club survey

Friday, October 20th, 2006

Thank you to everyone who completed our survey for the exciting next phase of the Leadership Coaching Club” target=”_blank” href=”http://leadershipcoachingclub.com”>Leadership Coaching Club. I was overwhelmed by your enthusiastic and helpful suggestions.

Despite the short timeline 112 of you responded from five continents. If you provided your email address you should have received instructions for how to download your gift. Please let me know if you didn’t and I will resend it.

We are still analyzing all your ideas, but a couple of things stand out.

First, we get the message that you want practical and useful info and and you want everything to be quick and easy to use. We understand that you are busy and don’t want to be overwhelmed with information or academic details.

Second, people thought that it would be reasonable to pay anywhere up to $87 per month for membership, although others were keen to see a lower cost option so we will do our best to ensure that you are happy with the cost.

Several people were very keen on a lower cost for annual rather than monthly membership, which was something I hadn’t considered, so I really appreciated that idea. A number of people wanted us to include discounts on the 10 Week Intensive or our other programs or products to help justify being a member – either to themself or to their boss.

You had many other suggestions that were helpful and we really appreciate you advice. Thanks again and watch out for more details soon.

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Monday, October 16th, 2006

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An Inspiring Team

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006

Do you ever have doubts that you can cope with everything that’s on your plate? Do you ever doubt that a team can do more than an individual?

If you need a dose of inspitation watch this quick video about Team Hoyt.

Dick and Rick Hoyt are a special father-and-son team from Massachusetts who together compete just about continuously in marathon races. And I do mean special!