How to Become a Business Coach

Book Recommendation: Hoof It! by Dr Richard Norris

By on October 6, 2010

I thought I’d take a minute and share with you a great new resource I’ve just learned about.

A good friend of mine and former business coaching franchise owner, Dr. Richard Norris, has just written a book entitled Hoof It! 7 Lessons on Your Journey of Success — and it’s available starting today.

Richard has been a competitive athlete, veterinarian, army officer, and award-winning business coaching franchise owner. He knows a thing or two about success and personal development. What’s more, he knows how to teach these principles in fun, unique, and entertaining ways.

Hoof It! is no different.

Not just another dry “how-to” manual, Hoof It! takes you on an engaging journey with an orphaned Wildebeest calf named Vic who is mentored by an old bull on the annual migration on Tanzania’s Serengeti. Along the way, Vic learns 7 key lessons about success.

At the same time, Richard has included several simple exercises at the end of each chapter so that by the end of the book you’ll have a complete action plan on your own Journey of Success.

Anyway, don’t just take my word for it: check out his website and read more about it.

One of the main reasons I want you to see this is because this is EXACTLY the kind of thing that business coaches like you and I can do to generate buzz and provide great value for prospects and clients alike. So take a look and enjoy!

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Eric Dombach

About Eric Dombach

Eric Dombach is the Founder of Coaches’ Coach. In 2001, he founded a business coaching firm that, by 2005, was generating more than $1 million USD in revenue, 23% operating profit, and average annual growth rate of 140% per year. In 2005, he sold the firm to 4 of his employees for $1 million U.S. dollars, generating a return on capital of more than 800%. Since then he has trained more than 1,300 independent and franchise business coaches in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australasian markets.

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