John & W5Coaching in the Media
John and W5 Coaching in the media.
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Are you a business owners who needs more sales? This talk will show you how to construct your marketing plan so that you get an unlimited budget. Sound too good to be true? Attend this talk and you'll know how to as well!
You hear it all the time: “success is a state of mind.” Have you ever wondered how two people can go after the same goal in the same way and yet just one of them succeeds? Is it sheer luck? Timing? Perseverance? More often than not, it’s a person’s mindset that determines whether they fail or succeed. A mindset refers to your predominant state of mind day to day. It’s what you think about, focus on, and expect from your daily experiences. The most successful entrepreneurs share a set of core skills, beliefs and values that help them persevere as they grow their businesses. This talk will inspire you to adopt or refine the fundamental habits that create your success mindset.
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John Nieuwenburg is an award winning Business Coach who has worked with hundreds of clients. There are almost as many different ways of delivering business coaching as there are business coaches. John coaches in 3 primary areas. Business: getting things done using proven tools, strategies and techniques to grow your business. Personal Growth: working with you in areas such as decision making, leadership, delegation and time management skills. Accountability: helping you to stay accountable for the results you have chosen that up until now may have been just a dream. In an earlier life John was the Managing Director of the BC Liquor Stores that now does $2.8 Billion in revenue with a net income of $911 million. Before that he was an Executive with a national menswear retailer. When not coaching John hangs out with his fiancée Jennifer! John enjoys golf, skiing, running and reading.
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“When I first began working with John, I was just starting my practice. I had no business education or training, and was doing my best to learn on my own. It became very clear that I needed help and through a stroke of luck, I connected with John. We worked together for 4 months. In…Read More
John is one of my all time great mentors in life. I can highly recommend his services to anyone with a keen desire to learn, improve, and grow. He remains both a true friend and a trusted advisor. Quentin Miller Co-Founder of VeriClock Time Tracking and President of Vanguard Painting Ltd. Get our blog…Read More
“Being a new business owner in the healthcare industry, John was very helpful in getting my business partner and I focused on building our clinic up one step at a time. He shared a lot of great tools and books that have given us a foundation to build on over the years to come. Thank…Read More
We enjoyed working with John, he made us think about things we hadn’t previously and helped us make things happen in our business that should have happened long before. His knowledge of many types of businesses was a big asset to us. He is a great guy and easy to work with. We would recommend…Read More
I’ve worked with John several times. He helped me take my business to the next level when I was doing well with clients but new to the world of small business. He introduced me to basic business concepts which he knew exceptionally well and gave me well-organized systems and tools for analyzing, tracking and…Read More
I have had the pleasure to have John as a business coach during the start up phase of my Construction Staffing Agency. During the months we have worked together, John has helped our company’s directors structure a business that allows us to track marketing efforts, augment our lead generation and boost our client conversion rate. I…Read More
Simalex, a good old fashioned manufacturing company, had decent cash flow and customers with brand names. The company had been mismanaged for a number of years and was in rough shape when Fred Lyhne Jr. took over as CEO. Fred was essentially taking over a start up. Fred is extremely capable and bright. When he…Read More
“I highly recommend John Nieuwenburg and W5 Coaching. He’s a special kind of business coach. One who delivers the hard and fast goods (systems, business analysis, team development, sales strategies, etc.) and cares deeply for the business owner. In my first month working with John, I saw a 730% return on my coaching investment. Year…Read More
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