Teresa Easler is a coach to successful entrepreneurs in the use of Dan Sullivan’s Strategic Coach concepts and tools. She’s also a presentation coach, pitch coach and senior communications strategist at Connect to the Core, a coaching and consulting organization that creates and delivers programs for communication excellence.
Teresa also hosts The Truth in High Heels podcast, where she talks with fascinating people in many different areas of business, focusing on topics like communication, entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing and anything under the umbrella of connection in our lives.
Mike and Teresa cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, like how her path to becoming a master communicator and coach wasn’t a straight path at all, how you know when you’ve got an idea that could increase the value of your current business, why you should listen to the voice of who you authentically are, the power of meditation, the guardian angels that helped open her mind, why she continues to surround herself with great coaches and leaders, the power of making a difference in someone else’s day, and much more.
And now here’s Teresa Easler.
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