Kirby Ingles works with D-level executives and emerging leaders. These professionals have high potential and thrust into leadership positions with no previous leader development or training. Some of these professionals are Managers, Directors, and Vice Presidents who are high performers and experts in their technical skills. He helps them gain self-awareness, clarifies goals, achieves their development objectives, and unlock their potential.
Kirby provides a confidential and supportive sounding board for his members. He asks questions, challenge assumptions, help provide clarity, provide resources, and yes, sometimes, with permission, provide advice. He often administers and helps interpret 360-degree and behavioral assessments, conducts confidential interviews to help members gain self-awareness, and establish development goals.
Kirby has 24 years of experience in leadership and human resources, is the host of the TRUE Success podcast, a U.S. Army Veteran. In his spare time, he advocates for fatherless boys and men as well as raises awareness through running Ultra-marathons memorializing those heroes who lost their lives to PTSD. He has been coaching for five years brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table.
Good Note : Kirby shares a client story of success
Bad Note : Bought into a coaching program without checking references
Learning from the Best : Find the top 5 people in your industry and find out what they are reading
Jam Room : You don't need a bunch of gadgets right away... just start one thing at a time. Share your schedule with your family and add some inspiration to the room.
Practice Makes Perfect : Get someone you admire to evaluate your process. Do a mock sales/coaching session with someone to iron ou the kinks.
Jenny Fenig helps you remember who you truly are: a magic maker. Her work focuses on empowering creative women entrepreneurs to increase their confidence, impact, money and time-freedom by mixing modern with ancient practices. Jenny lives in the woods with her family in the Berkshires of Massachusetts.
Good Note: Followed a hunch to take a yoga training class, quit her job and started a business
Bad Note: Didn't pay attention to cash flow and barely made it through the year
you may not have started your business to make money but
The purpose of a business is to make money...
Jam Room: You need light, a great printer and plants... lots of plants.
Filling the Hat: Find ways to create recurring income. Make it easy for people to pay you.
Learning from the best: Business is a giant learning experience.
If you aren't willing to invest in yourself, then don't be surprised if people won't be willing to invest in you.
Alzay helps you scale your consulting company by productizing. Productizing is a strategy that allows expert, serviced-based companies to grow predictably without getting caught up in the flash-in-the-pan, shiny-object strategy of the day.
When he says “scale”, this is what he means:
Develop premium consulting services with predictable profit margins that are easy for clients to understand and buy.
Streamline your operations and remove yourself from the day-to-day grind of your business.
Rapidly build your authority in the marketplace and drastically improve the experience you deliver to each and every client you serve.
Good Note : do the best you can and you'll be alright
Bad Note : buying training is not the same as buying a result. Make sure you are ready to spend 90 days using what you are buying.
Practice Makes Perfect : Practice your sales conversation with other people
How to attract fans : Content sets context for the conversation that closes sales
Instrument of success : Using pen and paper constructively in a morning discipline
Jarod Spiewak is an entrepreneur and international speaker who has helped service-based businesses generate millions of dollars in revenue through Search Engine Marketing, he also consults businesses and other agency owners, and owns 2 digital asset investment companies, all while working from home.
Good Note : How to take advantage of all the information and software available to research and start a business
Bad Note : Rented a physical office but didn't need it... Should have weight pros and cons
Jam Room : Best tips are to get a sit/stand desk and a good pair of headphones
Band : Best advice on when and how to hire
How to attract fans : Jarod gives some great tips on how to get people interested in your business