- “A good coach helps you sort out the noise in your head. For a team, that is a lot of noise.”
- “I’m not there to tell them how to run their business, I’m there to help them clean out the obstructions.”
- Find out about the ‘Imposter Syndrome.’ What role is that playing in your business? Your professional life?
- “Expanding a solopreneur’s network is the secret sauce to getting them to the next level.”
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Christie Walters: Speaker | Trainer | Coach – Gitomer Certified Advisor and Podcast Host on The Why and The Buy, Christie Walters has a passion for coaching others to achieve greatness in sales and in life. Christie speaks and teaches workshops on Sales, Networking, Driving Customer Loyalty, and Attitude based on her work with renowned author Jeffrey Gitomer. When Christie is not teaching or coaching, she enjoys scuba diving with her husband Duane and volunteering with GA First Robotics.
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