“If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.”
Everyone wants to be better
A better employee or manager
A better partner
A better person
Whatever drives you to action there are three principles that govern your likelihood of success.
- Achievement is more about effort than talent
- Everyone can improve their skills
- The highest achievers usually have the best coaches
What We Promise
Dan Markin’s direct and effective executive coaching quickly reveals the mental hurdles – perceptions, habits, and “self-talk” – that can sabotage achievement.
By earnestly exploring our communication patterns, in both our “self-talk” and interaction with others, and addressing inhibitive barriers head on, Dan has consistently provided clients with the practical skills necessary to improve focus, discipline, and self-expression.
The coaching process starts with you clarifying the skills that you want to improve. Examples of these skills include:
- Fostering trust in new relationships.
(And restoring trust in damaged ones.)
- Displaying confidence despite fears and doubts.
(Controlling how others perceive your leadership skills.)
- Adopting behaviors of top-performers
(understanding how to effectively achieve results.)
- Deciding what’s really important?
(Learning to prioritize and manage time. Creating realistic expectations around work-life balance.)