Tag: coach

In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Steven Lefkoff, an attorney that specializes in the Motor Vehicle industry and Fair Business Practices Act. Steven runs his own Law Firm, Lefkoff Law, and he is trying to bring in a new focus and make it his primary business; Small Claims Coaching. Listen as they go through his process and midnset going solo and then starting a new practice area within his law firm. Register to MaxLawCon19, June 6 and 7 in St.Louis.   Topics: Steven’s background and reasons going out on his own Introduced to a solo attorney in Law School

In this episode, Jim & Tyson interview Chip Munn, CEO of Signature Wealth Strategies, a wealth management practice serving families in the Carolinas. Listen as they go over Chip’s business and discuss about the similarities of both industries. Topics: Financial Advisors at the end of a trial Chip’s Background as a Financial Advisor Elementary school teacher Lost family farm to the death tax Opened a firm with 2 partners Regulations in financial advisement marketing Understanding what the rules are and what the regulators are trying to protect people from Community marketing Into the digital space Content creation How to stand

In this episode, Jim and Tyson interview Jason Selk. Jason is considered to be one of the top performance coaches in the United States; he trains individuals and teams to develop the mental toughness necessary for high-level success. They will go over the importance of having a performance mindset in your life and your business, and how mental toughness can help you grow your firm. Jason’s Website   Are you fighting it out to the very end?   The importance of confidence: The perfectionist mindset VS. the performance mindset. Self confidence is the number one variable for all performers. What