- Success Stories
If you are looking for someone to confide in and learn from about yourself, your professional skills, your career ambitions, and your potential, look no further than Avinash.Avinash is open- minded; pleasant, approachable coach with distinct communication skills – he puts all his best into growing and learning of others toward achieving the required aim so working with him is just a brilliant opportunity. He is determined to always do the right thing for you and make you do it well. Avinash is just a true professional coach.
Avinash has been invaluable in my search to find the right landing spot in my current job role. He is and well thought strategist, thought provoker, and a motivator for getting things done. And he has an articulate knack for knowing when to invoke these various skills to bring out a clarity of purpose and desire that is often hard to pinpoint on your own.
I chose to sign up for this because it reaches the professionals that I am targeting and also the quality standard for my brand. Avinash’s resources looks and feels more polished, and it is simple and it’s clear what Avinash does for potential clients. Avinash’s resources on Coaching are way above what we could be able to find out anywhere else with any other website . Simply amazing stuff for such a throwaway price.
Join the VIP Coach section.” That was the first piece of advice I was given when I was setting up my coaching practice. So it’s the first thing I did, and I keep right on doing it. Each year I spend a few dollars a year for my coaching membership and generated thousands of extra dollars in fees from clients who found my Coaching so valuable due to the resources I use from Avinash’s website.
The days I spent with Google to find the right resources for my coaching business was turned into a few minutes with the access to these resources . A $99 investment returned $4,500 in new coaching business in 4 months. This is a no brainier! I wish I did this before building 3 different websites, before business cards, before hiring two marketing gurus.”