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Helping business owners create thriving businesses and lead more fulfilling lives since 1977.
Helping business owners create thriving businesses and lead more fulfilling lives since 1977.

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How do you find time to work ON your business when there's so much to do IN it? EMyth's Vice President of Coaching shares her tips.
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Here are the 5 blog posts business owners loved in 2018. Which were your favorites?
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If you haven’t had a chance to read the latest blog post from our Coach Training and Development Manager, Remy Gervais, check it out. She shares the top five biggest misconceptions about business coaching and discusses what exactly you can expect.
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Honored to have The E-Myth Revisited included alongside great company on this list of the top ten books that inspire agency leaders. http://bit.ly/2JJS4Q8
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In our 40+ years coaching owners to be entrepreneurs, we’ve cleared up a lot of confusion about what coaching is—and what it isn’t. Here are five of the most common misconceptions we see.

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Your business is the product you're creating for your customers. And realizing that changes everything. http://bit.ly/2J7H5zs
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"If you want to create a business that works—that can grow to provide the life you’ve always dreamed of—you have to think of your business as the product."
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If you sent your team a text today telling them you were never coming back, what would happen? Would your business be able to operate just as well without you?
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This week on the blog our Board Chair, Ilene Frahm, reflects on the fear and liberation of letting go. "I felt like I was quitting a marathon in the 26th mile. I was worried that the business wouldn’t survive without my drive, clarity, and attention to detail. I was afraid that my identity was so wrapped up in being the leader of my company that I wouldn’t be able to find a new one."
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Adam Traub, our Coaching Delivery Manager, shares his thoughts on how to work ON it when you really love working IN it.
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