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How to become a very high performer – with Tony Stubblebine (Part 2)

 Want to become a high performer? This guy gives GREAT tips!This episode was sponsored by my new favorite tool, “Video Skins”, at http://rachelrofe.com/vs

Today, we delve into Part 2 with Tony Stubblebine, the creator of Coach.me (formerly Lift), which is an amazing company that’s been backed by Tony Robbins, Tim Ferriss, both co-founders of Twitter, and has helped hundreds of thousands of people to achieve their goals.

In Part 2 we cover:

– Tony’s path to establishing credibility and appearing more “fundable” to big-time investors

– Why you need to focus on providing value first and monetizing second

– How you can sign up to be one of Tony’s Coach.me coaches and spread your expertise

– The #1 skill of being an effective coach and how to make sure your clients are being heard

– Tony’s top picks for PR resources that he is currently investing in

…and a bit more about the benefits of cross-promotion.

As always, please me know how you enjoyed this episode by pinging me on Twitter.com/RachelRofe or Facebook.com/RachelRofe. 🙂

Links and Resources Mentioned:

Part 1 – The  first installment of my conversation with Tony

Coach.me – Tony’s company, helping people achieve their goals

Blogger – a blogging company started by Evan Williams

How to Get Rich – a book by Dennis Felix

AdWords – Google’s advertising platform

Apply to be a coach – How to become a Coach.me coach

Vida – online personal health coaching

Rise – online weight loss coaching

Medium – Tony’s profile on this growing blogging platform

Better Humans – a publication run by Tony on Medium

Stitcher – podcasts, news, and public radio on-demand

The Lean Startup – a book by Eric Ries

Episode Transcript:

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