Tell me “What do you do?” and win my favorite CD

We recently had members of the 48 Days Coaching Mastery program here for a two-day event.  One of the critical parts of that process was for each participant to clearly define their expertise.  It doesn’t matter what kind of work you do, being able to clearly communicate your unique value can explode your success.  Read on for a chance at a free gift. Here’s how most people introduce themselves: “Hi, I’m Dan Miller, and I’m an author and career coach. I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and did my doctoral work at Oxford.  I’m really looking for new clients.  … Read More

Tweak your “What do you do?” response and pay off your mortgage

We just had members of the 48 Days Coaching Mastery program here for a two-day event.  One of the critical parts of that process was for each participant to clearly define their expertise.  It doesn’t matter what kind of work you do, being able to clearly communicate your unique value can explode your success.  Read on for a chance at a free gift. Here’s how most people introduce themselves: “Hi, I’m Dan Miller, and I’m an author and career coach. I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and did my doctoral work at Oxford.  I’m really looking for new … Read More

What do you do?

Are you tired of hearing that question?  What do you do?  It’s the most common social interaction, right behind “What’s your name?”  And by identifying what you do, the listener can make conclusions about your intelligence, education, income and value to society.  Is that a fair assessment? If you are an attorney should I assume you are smart and rich? I recently talked to a young attorney who isworking full time at Home Depot at $8.50/hr, trying to build his practice.  And if you are a garbage collector should I assume you are ignorant and poor.  Tell that to Tom Fatjo, … Read More