Stephen Covey – Interviewed by Sharon

Here’s a testimony to the power of persistence. My wife got it in her head she’d like to meet and work with Stephen Covey.   Approximately 8 months and a few dozen phone calls later, she nailed this interview.  But you know what?  I wasn’t surprised!  Because this is not the first hard-to-reach person of significant influence Sharon’s connected with and/or managed to get to joint venture with her.  Her past successes have included:

  • Robert Cialdini
  • Brian Tracy
  • Carl Rogers (the famous psychologist)
  • Dr. Lazarus (the famous psychologist)
  • And most recently, she got Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul (who’s sold more than 500,000,000 books!) to ENDORSE her new book (something she calls a “non-fiction self-help novel” now available for $0.99 on Amazon by the way)

The takeaway?  What you currently think is impossible might just be closer than you think.   What DO you think is impossible in your life which you might revisit?  Which influencers and/or thought leaders have you previously thought might be out of reach that are worth reconsidering and targeting?

If you’d like Sharon’s help to think through how to reach them…you might want to consider working with her as your personal business coach.  She’s currently transitioning from her corporate consulting career and still, therefore, very reasonably priced.  You can reach her at 603-505-5000 and/or if you’re interested – please reference this post so she knows to give your call priority.  (Sharon also coaches several people on my list to achieve greater focus in their business, overcome their financial head trash, and of course how to leverage the emotional reasons for purchase in their market and develop a powerful brand.  603-505-5000 and/or

If you’d like to work with ME as your personal business coach, this January 1st (2016) may be your last and only chance.  I’m going to open for one day only for the first time in almost three years.  See for the details and put your name on the priority notifications list so you don’t miss the opening on New Year’s morning.

Food for thought,

Dr. G 🙂