Todd Sullivan – Built To Serve | Conversations with Coaches | Boxer Media

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Todd is a Christian, husband, dad, athlete, coach, and 30-year veteran of the United States Navy. He’s held positions in corporate HR, been CEO of a start-up, and now co-owns a CrossFit gym and his own coaching business. Todd is an avid reader and loves spending time with his wife, Amy.

In today’s episode, we cover many of the steps on Todd’s long and fruitful coaching journey. We talk quite a bit about the challenges of self-promotion for coaches, and how it’s really all about helping people get to know and trust you a bit…before you’ve even had the chance to meet! We also talk about the intimacy and vulnerability of coaching, and the ways in which good coaching is contagious in all the best ways.

To learn more about Todd:

https://peoplealwaysmindset.com

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