Mike Agugliaro talks about the state of the coaching industry and how it’s actually downright evil. He breaks down what you need to see in a coach in terms of mindset, alignment, and results and lays out three major decisions you have to make right now.
Mike Agugliaro talks to Mandie and Ian Hagan of Rowell’s Services about how they’ve built up their service business, their experience in the Warrior program, and how their life and business has transformed since joining the program.
What was it like for the last five years before you joined CEO Warrior?
How did you find CEO Warrior?
How did you feel the first day of the Service Business Edge event?
What services did you do before? What do you do now?
How about your relationship as a couple?
What is the CEO Warrior family like?
What would you tell someone who is struggling right now?
Mike Agugliaro and Mike Disney deliver the State of the Union for the service industry. The talk about how the industry has to move away from the tendency to break each other down and instead shift towards a brotherhood mentality, where they help build each other up instead.
By his 35th birthday, MIKE MICHALOWICZ (pronounced mi-‘kal-o-wits) had founded and sold two multi-million dollar companies. Confident that he had the formula to success, he became an angel investor…and proceeded to lose his entire fortune.
Then he started all over again, driven to find better ways to grow healthy, strong companies. Among other innovative strategies, Mike created the “Profit First Formula”, a way for businesses to ensure profitability from their very next deposit forward.
Jay Abraham is an American business executive, conference speaker, and author. He is known for his work in developing strategies for direct-response marketing in the 1970s. In 2000, Forbes listed him as one of the top five executive coaches in the US. He is the founder and CEO of the Abraham Group, a marketing consultant firm focused on providing growth strategies to businesses.
Jay’s experience with working with thousands of industries allows him to see combinations of opportunities in marketing and profitability that he shares with his followers.
Main Questions Asked:
What insight would you give to business owner around temporary motivation?
How do you see the opportunities you do?
What is something that people should think about in business today?