CEO Mindset The shift from entrepreneur to CEO can be scary. Those who have made the transition successfully have fully embraced the reality that with great risk comes great reward.

Below are three simple habits of successful CEO’s that can easily be adopted into your own life as you make the transition.

Successful CEO’s…

1. Delegate ownership versus tasks

The move from thinking like an entrepreneur to leading like a CEO can be a difficult challenge. For those of you who are used to doing the bulk of the work and keeping the business afloat, this fear of failure will keep you from delegating ownership to others.

Remember that thinking drives the action. If you stay stuck in thinking how you have to do it, it will never lead you to the action of building a team. You might still have to build your system and your team at the same time, but your focus has shifted to your vision not on what you don’t have.

A successful CEO believes that leadership development in others occurs by delegating ownership NOT tasks. Asking someone to create a plan for increasing sales in the next fiscal year will move your company forward faster than asking them to create a simple budget!

You need to identify your low ROI activities that are sucking hours out of your already busy schedule and delegate them. The old adage, sometimes you need to spend money to make money, can often come into play here. Yes you may need to pay someone to do this task for you, but if they can perform faster and more efficiently while allowing you to focus more on the big picture stuff that will inevitably push your business to a new level then its not only worth it but completely necessary. Start to identify these low ROI activities immediately and bit by bit piece together a team who can help lift you and your business to a new level.

2. Take time away from the business

Too many CEO’s suffer from a messiah complex and narcissistically believe that the business will crumble if they take time away. They push themselves beyond their capacity and ultimately create a stressed work environment for themselves and their employees.

A successful CEO who takes time away from the business realizes that it fosters creativity, renews perspective, helps them to avoid burnout and ultimately gives the chance for their team to function on their own.

As much as it can be hard to part with your computer, phone, laptop for even a DAY it is crucial in order to nurture creativity and reinstate perspective. Try starting off small, at weekends for instance, do not allow yourself to turn on your business mobile or computer for the entire weekend. Whatever is going on can wait until Monday, you’ll be surprised with the liberation you’ll feel being completely free to do as you please – not to mention the clarity you will discover as your rest your body and mind away from your business.

3. Make quick decisions

Unfortunately, life is not always like the parable of the fox and the hare! Wallowing in slow decision-making sucks the energy from your ability to lead. It can be confusing for your team if their hands are tied while waiting for you to give the direction. An unintended outcome could be that your team begins to lose confidence in you as a leader.

You need to start feeling confident in your ability to take your business in the right direction. Yes we all make mistakes but spending months deciding on the right system, project, direction to take can lead you into a confusing and stressful place – and your team have no choice but to enter that black hole with you. Start putting a time limit on your decision making, give yourself boundaries and you’ll find you begin to see clearly a lot faster when you know that you HAVE to decide by xyz day whether or not you wish to proceed. You will gain greater confidence in yourself and your team will respond favorably too.

A successful CEO learns that risks are necessary for high achievement and is not afraid to make a quick decision so that opportunities are not missed.

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You lost your best employee and now you’ve got to find a replacement — yesterday.

Your live event that you spend $50k on only sold 10 seats…and now you’re in debt up to your eyeballs.

The business partner you count on for financing has pulled out – in the middle of your big announcement for a new offering.

You just found out that the 10,000 people who opt’d in for your special teleclass never received the announcement to attend the call live.

American Express pulled all your credit lines (even though you have immaculate credit) 2 days after you committed to a $50,000 coaching program.

Maybe you’ve experience one or more of these situations? Well, congratulations! It means you are in a perfect position to tap your goldmine.

Life is full of unexpected twists and turns. When you are an entrepreneur you might as well increase the opportunity for messy breakdowns by 100. It’s part of the game of owning a small business – you have to take risks to grow and with risk comes the opportunity for failure.

So what do you do when you’ve worked so hard towards a big leap goal only to find it falling apart? Well, let’s start with three things to NOT do.

  • Blame. Mistakes happen in life and everyone makes them, including you. If someone else is involved it may be very tempting to blame them for the problem. Resist that temptation and start to look for the clues of how to fix that breakdown in the future (aka implement a system, policy or more competent team member.)
  • Focus on the Problem. When you focus on the problem you get….more of the problem! Acknowledge, diagnose and move on to something else. By focusing on the problem you increase your anger, frustration and negative feelings which will not allow you to be in a good solution-generation mode.
  • Beat Yourself Up. How many times do you have to tell yourself you screwed up? Once! If even that, right? So why is it that you ruminate over and over again in your head how you could have done something better? Give yourself an hour (or maybe a day if it’s a doozy) and then commit to move past it.

A few years back I had a client who was mortified about a major breakdown in his business. He’d trusted a team member to orchestrate a marketing campaign that was very time sensitive. The team member, having a personal challenge in her own life, didn’t get the direct mail pieces ready in time and by the time they were ready to mail the promotion deadline had expired on the postcard!

Now of course he was furious but instead of turning to blame and firing the team member, we decided to turn it into a gold mine of opportunity by using these three techniques below:

Think Bigger Than The Moment.
What my client didn’t know then was that his sales manager was days away from taking an extended leave of absence. A family member fell ill and he had to leave immediately. If the mailers had gone out, there could have been a big collapse on their ability to deliver.

By widening our picture, often times the breakdown is a blessing in disguise. Perhaps if that big sale had gone through, you’d be miserable working with that client for two years. You may have missed the opportunity to be live on Oprah when the call came through. Things happen for a reason. Sometimes you won’t know what it was until later so be aware of what big break is in store for you.

Look for the Lesson.
Breakdowns are a sign that you are missing a key component in your infrastructure or procedures. Use the breakdown to strengthen your processes immediately. Bring your team together to look for a solution and implement it quickly.

For instance, if your assistant missed a step in the follow up sequence that cost you a client sale, then look at where the training or the procedure is missing that step.

Know When To Fold ‘Em.
As the Kenny Rogers song goes, “You got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em…” What if the failure is a sign that it’s time to go a new direction? If something takes a ton of energy, time and money and it’s just not going well, it may be time to let it go and create space for something that is more in alignment with your real power.

Seth Godin wrote a book called, “The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick).” The concept is that many people hold on to something WAYYYY too long because they just don’t know when to let go.

It may be helpful to remember the saying, “Everything you say yes to means you are saying no to something else.” If you are holding on to the wrong things, you’ll be stiffing your bigger yes.

The most important shift you must make as a CEO is to start making decisions like you are already the head of a multi-million dollar business. Learn how you can catapult your business into a new dimension by thinking big!

CEO development One of the shifts most entrepreneurs make as they try to grow to the next level is to use the same strategies they started their business with, versus using a new set of strategies, decision making and mindsets for 7 figure results.

Start-up decisions will keep you focused on the wrong end of the equation and will most likely keep you much smaller than you should be. In growth mode, we need to focus on long-term goals, tie strategies to infrastructure upleveling, hire managers who can take entire chunks of business off our plates.

But what most people do at this crucial juncture is fear spending money, hire the cheapest labor possible and focus on how to make more money today. Then these stuck entrepreneur lament about their lack of growth…wondering why on earth they are not making it to the next level!

One of the most important advancements I ever made in my personal CEO development was to start making decisions today based on the business that I wanted, not on the business I currently had.

You have to think BIG and start making decisions like the CEO of a multi-million dollar company regardless of where your resources are at today. Once you put yourself in that zone and start building your business upon a “millionaire” mindset your growth will be exponential.

One technique that is a phenomenal tool in adopting a millionaire mindset is modeling. Modeling is a powerful tool in business and when applied in the sector of CEO development it can be explosive!

You can start by looking at the “big thinkers” of your industry – find out how they made the jump from “business owner” to CEO superstar – and start to tailor your plans for growth along the path they took to success.

I’d argue that Oprah is one of the most recognizable faces in the world today and whether you are a fan or not, you cannot deny her entrepreneurial prowess. In order to create the billion dollar empire she has today Oprah has to devote her time and energy to what she does best – her strengths, her passion, her star factor!

Oprah has mastered the art of finding her central focus and outsourcing the rest. In order to achieve “Oprah level” success you have to be prepared as a CEO, to delegate total ownership to a team of people whose passions and competencies are aligned with your own.

It may be hard to envisage right now, but the right team can carry out your vision for you, allowing you to live the lifestyle you desire with the business you’ve always dreamed of.

Just for a moment, pretend you already have your multi-million dollar business, and consider the following questions…

  1. What would you have to approach differently in your business in order to achieve your ultimate vision?
  2. Who could get your projects done if you weren’t to do them?
  3. What business model would you need to adopt in order to consistently achieve 6 and 7 figures?
  4. What would have to happen for you to make the impact you want to on the world?
  5. Who do YOU have to be to achieve your millionaire dream without giving up your lifestyle?

The questions you ask will directly affect the results you achieve and the speed at which you achieve them. The harder you challenge yourself as a CEO, the bigger your business growth will inevitably be.

In the words of, David Joseph Schwartz, “Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think big goals and win big success.”

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Is your employee mind restricting your business’ growth? Learn how to overthrow your employee mentality, step into your CEO shoes and enjoy a surge in your development!

Many small (and large) business owners find themselves in a difficult position when transitioning from seeing themselves as the craftsman or solopreneur to a owner of a business capable of generating more than six figures, and that is that you just can’t seem to crush that “employee” mindset when approaching your business.

You brought this baby to life, you worked tirelessly for hours on end at the beginning to get your brainchild off the ground and this hard working, task orientated approach has become ingrained in your every day life. It’s an understandable (and common) predicament and one that can be combated with a little focus – and a nudge in the right direction.

One of the main issues with the limiting employee mindset is the short term nature of your thinking and actions. When thinking like an employee we focus on what is necessary in the moment – getting clients, putting up a squeeze page, finishing a deadline, how to fix what is broken, etc – and you find yourself falling deeper and deeper into the illusion that doing things yourself allows for a speedier return.

When you work each day under the shadow of this short term mindset you end up under-utilizing (if not, wasting) your best asset – leverage! As you step into your CEO shoes you need to recognize where your strengths are, where your weaknesses are and how to approach them for the ultimate success of your business – and your own personal development.

Devoting all your time to short term tasks is merely depriving you, your business and your team from the growth and development that can be achieved when you truly identify your key strengths and make the jump to align those with the day to day running of your business.

So, how do you quash your employee mindset and start propelling your business into a new dimension? Well here’s a few pointers to get your started…

1.     Decide Who Do You Need to Be – Decide who you need to be for your business and your team based on your strengths, weakness and what really lights your fire!

2.     Build a Solid Team Who Will Support Your Shift – Start building a team of focused, motivated, knowledgeable people who you can trust to take the weight off your shoulders as you find your core CEO direction and run with it. The key here is to build the team you need for 7 figures, not the team you need today.

3.     Learn To Let Go – You need to learn to relinquish control and get out of the way so others can manage the implementation. Realize that to grow you want progress, not perfection. If you have 10 times as much done 90% right vs. 2 times as much done 100% right, that’s a CEO Mindset.

Remember, no one gets beyond six figures alone… be willing to look at where your bottlenecks are keeping your business stuck where you are today.

To learn more about quashing your employee mindset and reaching new levels in your business then you NEED to pick up a free copy of The CEO Manifesto. CLICK HERE to claim your free copy now.

Learn how to free up your time so you can help your business experience exponential growth, get to the bottom of your core strengths and delegate the rest! In this post we’ll discuss the Pareto Principle and the importance of applying it to your business ASAP!

Learning where to get involved, and where to step back, in your business is one of the most crucial lessons you’ll learn on your entrepreneurial journey. It’s a major learning curve finding the right ratio of involvement, and distance, to ensure both the professional success and growth of your enterprise along with your own personal happiness (and sanity!)

The Pareto Principle (the 80/20 Rule) to be your best friend in business especially as you strive for substantial growth in the new year. In order to really grow you need to make the changes necessary for you to have the freedom to devote 80% of your time to being a CEO.

The dilemma of delegation is all part of a steep learning curve in the lives of entrepreneurs when moving from the stereotypical “sole trader” role into the shoes of a successful CEO. It’s a hard (and sizable) step to make, especially when, until now, the business has been your baby, your all-consuming passion project.

I love this quote from the best-selling book “4 Hour Work Week”…

“But what about the cost of [hiring a team?]
This is a hurdle that is hard for most.
‘If I can do it better, why should I pay them?’
Because the goal is to free your time to focus on bigger and better things!”

You have to undergo a huge shift in mindset when moving into the CEO role, an adjustment that is not easy to do but is crucial for the advancement of your business, and your own personal growth.

One of the biggest elements entrepreneurs in struggle with is removing themselves from many of the “every day” activities of the business. Bringing the 80/20 rule into play again you should only be allowing 20% of your day/week/month involving yourself in non-CEO centered tasks.

Are you abiding by this all-important rule right now in your business?

Having your busy hands involved in every little function of the business will not only cripple your growth, it will have you working 50+ hours a weeks and moving further and further away from your dream lifestyle.

In order to devote your time and brain power to bigger and better things that will propel your enterprise into a new dimension you need to learn to step back, discover your core strengths and quite simply delegate the rest.

Your role, as a CEO, is to steer the ship and make the big decisions that will keep you on track. If you are managing every little activity that goes on in the day to day running of your enterprise you are depriving your team and your business of your true star quality, your CEO energy.

Here’s a useful exercise to begin the process of your move into CEO shoes and away from the every day tasks that are slowing you and your business’ growth down…

Step 1) Next time you’re in the office take note of each activity you do during the day (no matter how big or small) and detail how long it took you to perform each task.

Step 2) At the end of the day take time to read over the list and put a * next to every activity that doesn’t directly make you money or contribute to future revenue growth.

Step 3) Write a new list with only the * tasks and (keeping in mind your new CEO mindset) put a cross next to each and every activity that you could potentially delegate to a team member with the right training.

And there you have it – your new focus – to find the right team members to perform these tasks thus allowing you to spend 80% of your time with your CEO cap on devising new and unique ways to propel your business into a whole other level.

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Do you need more people to keep up with everything, but you don’t want to spend more money?  Should you hire less expensive people to keep expenses low?  Are you so focused on meeting your cash-flow needs today, that you lose sight of your long-term goals?

Short-term thinking will lead to long-term growth being stifled.  If you find yourself overcome with “cash flow disease”, you need to watch this clip from my recent CEO Factor retreat.  Even if you have cash-flow goals for the year, that’s not long enough if you have big ideas.

Please feel free to leave comments below, and to hear more tips from Melanie, sign up for her CEO Factor Manifesto on the form to the right.

Article written by Melanie Benson-Strick, your Million Dollar Lifestyle Business Coach.

So how do you find the right team to run your business?   Many business owners try and find inexpensive helpers, people that can do what they are told each day.  But how much time will that ultimately save you if you are still consumed with monitoring your employees?  If you cannot fully trust their abilities, and you don’t feel comfortable handing over some of your responsibilities, you may want to re-think your team strategy.

To truly be able to stay focused on what you do best (leading the company), you must give total ownership to someone who has the passion, strengths and competency to do it for you; someone that you completely trust to be an extension of you.  Those kind of employees are the kind that feel more like partners, and less like employees.  From my experience, you will end up attracting people who are a reflection of you, and your vision.

I talked about this at my recent CEO Factor retreat, take a look:

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Article written by Melanie Benson-Strick, your Million Dollar Lifestyle Business Coach.

The last few weeks I’ve been testing a new high performance technique. Having been trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, I’m always fascinated by how when you give your brain a new directive how it responds.

It all started on a phone call with a client of mine who was planning out a teleconference where the goal was to get 10 people on it. Now, that could be an excellent outcome, but I felt he had set the bar too low. And rather than challenging him on attendance, I decided to focus on another more powerful angle.

So I asked him this question:

“What if you HAD to generate 10 times more revenue in the next six months? Imagine that your wife is sick and the cure is going to cost $100,000 and insurance won’t cover it. You have to come up with this additional income. What would you do differently than you are doing now?”

Light bulb goes off.

His response, “Wow, I’d focus on getting 100 people in my program so that means I have to get 500 on the free call.”

Bingo. Now he was thinking bigger.

By setting a goal so outrageously high, your mind starts to attack the challenge very differently. It’s like you engage a whole new set of muscles. Kind of like when you switch from weight lifting to yoga. You are challenging yourself to be “fit” from a totally different approach.

Want to take on this challenge for yourself? Here are the steps I took my clients through these last few weeks.

Will the Business Model Deliver?

One of the biggest a-ha moments that the members of our Fast Track to 6 Figure Lifestyle Masterminds groups experience is when we have them evaluate the revenue generating models from our program against what they are doing now. Nine out of ten times the model will NEVER be able to generate that much revenue quickly.

Decide Who Do You Need to Be

Often when we make a big leap forward, we have to face who we are being – is our mindset, attitude, behaviors and habits aligned with the desired outcome? If you truly want to get a 10x increase in revenue in the next 6 months, what would you have to be willing to do differently? Trust me, if you haven’t done it yet, you have to be willing to do things different now.

Release What’s In the Way

One of the habits of a high 6 to 7 figure earner is they stop doing anything that isn’t getting the results they want. If you have programs, opportunities or projects that can’t deliver 10 times increase in revenue – why are you doing them? Thinking in this very powerful and strategic way can cause you to actually HAVE the time to get this kind of result. For instance, a while back I was working with the CEO of a service-based business on growth opportunities when we discovered she was spending about 35% of her time launching a program that would net less than 10% of her income. Needless to say, she stopped working on it.

Same goes for releasing toxic situations. Be willing to minimize your exposure to anything that is not in alignment with where you are going.

Accept Results in the Middle

The point of this exercise is to get you bigger results than you’ve been getting up to now. It’s not meant to make you crazy, to stress you out or to cause you to feel like a failure because you didn’t get to 10 times your current revenue. By falling somewhere between today’s results and the bigger opportunity, you will have a huge win!

I hope you’ll take this challenge on for yourself. I’d love to hear what you’ll be doing differently below in the blog comments.

I was sitting by the pool with a couple of my clients when one of them made a funny comment to the other about packing her up (of course, so she could stay by the pool.) The conversation went on to include an exchange about how the bags were getting to the bellman and I noticed each of these two clients had vastly different ideas about what would work.

One client had called the bell desk, told them what she wanted to happen and was completely done with the task and was on to the next thing.

The other client was way more concerned about giving the proper directions, waiting to make sure the bellman actually arrived and understood the directions and would have the bags in the proper place.

Was one wrong and one right? Nope. They both have different preferences for how they like to get things done.

But here was the best part. This exchange was a perfect example of how they show up as leaders. And why one of them often times alienates her team and doesn’t get the results she wants.

In my 7 Figure CEO Protégé program I teach entrepreneurs a system I learned many years ago, called Insights™ Discovery. It’s a way of understanding our core preferences so that we better understand others – and in the process be able to have more productive work environments.

The way I use it with entrepreneurs is to teach them how they “process” information around them and how unconsciously, most of us hire, train, manage and communicate with others in a way that regularly alienates other people. I even see it with sales, marketing, speaking and training – if you don’t get that other people need to take in information differently than you…well…you will often kill your results quickly!
Continue reading How These Four “Preference Styles” Can Make or Break Your Results

Have you ever had a dream so big that you had no idea how to accomplish it? The dream is there, in the background of your mind, gnawing at you and clamoring for your attention.

For many busy entrepreneurs, you might start to feel like the dream is slowly dying.  With everything you have to do to generate financial results, you never have time to focus on the dream. You are always busy running your business, making money, taking care of your clients, etc. Who has time to chase their dreams?

When you let your dream die, it affects your passion. Without passion, running your business can start to feel like work (who wants that?). Passion is the fuel that gets you going every day, provides the stamina to overcome the challenges and obstacles, and inspires you to think bigger.

Recently I saw an Oprah special called “Building a Dream” about the launch of her Leadership Academy for young girls in South Africa. As I watched the show, I realized that Oprah has been visioning this school for a long time. She had clarity about so many details — from the uniforms to even the brick color of the building. It has been the fuel that keeps her going ever day, overcoming the big obstacles that have risen in running a billion dollar empire.

We all know that Oprah is very busy with her show and her magazine. How she brought her dream to life and fulfilled her passion was by surrounding herself with a team of people who could bring her vision to life.

If you study billionaires (which I do) you will learn a special leverage technique they all use to manifest their dreams into reality. I’ve seen this technique used by Oprah, Donald Trump, Bill Gates, and Richard Branson. The technique: build a team to bring the vision to life.
Here are five tips to help you get started:

  1. Stay focused on the vision. Michael Gerber’s In the Dreaming Room covers the power of what your REAL job is (and by the way, it’s not getting lost in the day-to-day management.) It’s all about creating a vision so big that it pulls you forward.
  2. Do YOUR job. Your job is to stay focused on high payoff activities. Let others do what they do best. Bookkeeping, housecleaning, graphic design, website updates, filtering emails and phone calls are all low payoff activities for the average business owner yet you many spend thousands of billable hours a month on these tasks.
  3. Surround yourself with powerful implementers. When you leverage your time and build a team of good people, then your dreams become real 100 times faster. Most entrepreneurs are really great with ideas but lose traction when it comes to details and managing projects.
  4. Start sooner. In completing the Virtual Team Building Secrets interviews, one thing I found in common with all five experts is they waited too long to build their team. It cost them time, money and sanity. The billionaires I studied all took the risk to build a team immediately.
  5. Let go. Once you create your power team, be sure to learn to delegate well. It doesn’t do anyone any good if you hold the reigns too tight. A golden rule of delegation is, “Commit to the outcome, let go of the path to get there.”

It’s time to start building YOUR team. It’s the fastest way to create more time, free up energy and make progress in bringing your vision to life.

One of the keys that most very successful business owners use is a process called modeling. Modeling is when you study how other successful people think and behave. In The CEO Factor™ Retreat, we share a unique strategy for modeling with our CEO Factor Profiling process. It’s an extraordinary way to short cut your path to six and seven figure success in record time.

Part of the CEO Factor™ Profiling process includes “mindsets” of successful entrepreneurs. By understanding how an entrepreneur, who has similar aspirations as you do, thinks you then can shift yourself quickly into creating new results. I’ve personally been inspired by two amazing entrepreneurs lately so I thought I’d share their “CEO Mindset” nuggets with you. As you read their 6 mindsets, pay attention to any that you might personally benefit from right now.

Tony Hsieh, 34 year old CEO of shared some brilliant insights into how thinking like a CEO will help you have the team you have always dreamed of. After having sold his first company at the age of 24 for over $285 million dollars, Tony realized he hated the culture of the company he had created.

He had not started with the end in mind…he did what most of us do and just built a business based on his skills and talents. Knowing he needed to do it differently, he built based on the outcomes he wanted for his clients.

Here are a few of his golden nuggets:

  1. Decide if you are building a long term sustainable company or a small business based on your skills and passions. When you know what the end result you want is you make better decisions along the way.
  2. Continue reading 6 Multi-Millionaire CEO “Mindsets” for a Short Cut To Success

Has this ever happened to you? Your business growth is stuck. You’re working yourself to the bone but nothing seems to work the way you wanted it to. It seems like you’re doing all the right things but somehow…it’s just not coming together. You are probably experiencing some growth blockers.

Growth blockers are things that we unconsciously do, often thinking that they are the right things to do, that ultimately cut off the growth of our business.

Here are some of the signs you may be experiencing a growth blocker:

  • You generate consistent cash flow but it’s very hard work to keep it up.
  • You feel like you have JOB vs. a business you can walk away from at any time.
  • You spend more than 50% of your time doing things you don’t like to do.
  • Your days are filled with answering tons of questions from your team…but you very rarely get to anything on your own list.
  • You are saying NO to lucrative or important opportunities because you have no bandwidth of resources to pursue the opportunities.
  • You have no time to spend visioning the future of the business because you are putting out fires.
  • You feel really frustrated and stuck that you can’t move past your current level of success.

Did you say yes to at least one thing on this list? Then you are experiencing growth blockers. Here are five growth blockers that may be impacting you right now:
Continue reading 7 Signs you are Experiencing Growth Blockers to 6 & 7 Figure Success (And It’s Not What You Think)

Get all 7 Steps to for Doubling – or Even Tripling – Your Income, Serving More People in Less Time and Putting More Freedom Back Into Your Life by joining me and my biz partner Shawn Driscoll for our latest teleclass series:

Get all 7 Steps to for Doubling – or Even Tripling – Your Income, Serving More People in Less Time and Putting More Freedom Back Into Your Life by joining me and my biz partner Shawn Driscoll for our latest 2-part teleclass series beginning this Thursday.

Milana Leshinski is a fabulously successful coach and is the author of Coaching Millions. She was also one of the first people to register for The CEO Factor™ Retreat that’s happening April 3-5 in Laguna Beach, CA. The other day I sat down with Milana to talk about the retreat and why she thought it was important to join us for this event. 

Here’s your chance to listen in on our conversation.

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