Athletes Have Coaches, Why Don’t You?
Every high performer has a coach. Athletes have coaches to elevate their performance to the next level. Without a coach, a potential olympian would remain just that—a potential. Athletes train between four and six hours a day to achieve optimal output—significantly less than the average businessperson.But are YOU working optimally? Are YOU fulfilled? Challenged? Or, are you feeling complacent?The difference in performance levels between the athlete and the businessperson is the coach. Every athlete relies upon a coach to elevate his or her performance to the next level, and you know what?Business is no different.Just as the athlete has a coach to push him, to challenge him with the overall intent of furthering the team, business men and women today require the same attention if they are to sustain performance with the overall goal of bettering the company.An executive coach challenges you to expand your thinking and align your habits and actions with your company’s strategy to achieve its goals, thus allowing you to deliver the results your capable of and be an even greater contributor.Jeff Boss, "The Adaptability Coach," writer, author, and former Navy SEAL
“Focused, driven and compassionate are words that come to mind when I think about Jeff Boss, I have had the pleasure of working with Jeff for a number of months in a co-operative coaching/consulting relationship. Above all, I am most impressed with Jeff’s insights and interpretation of chaos (unplanned change) in the workplace. His tools for supporting you to act on what you can adapt and change have enhanced my perspectives on workplace challenges and opportunities. And, Jeff’s determined support of serving others to serve at their highest potential is truly heartfelt. Jeff is an accomplished author, amazing coach and truly valued leader. Jeff comes with my highest recommendation as your mentor and coach.”
Tricia Ryan, Executive Marketing, Branding, PR Leadership, Business Consulting
The learning’s that Jeff shares from his SEAL days are lessons that are easily transferable to business and to life in general. We immediately implemented After Action Reviews (AARs) into our business process and a “Better not Best” attitude into our team culture.
Bill S., Area VP
For Navigating Chaos:
"Navigating Chaos is one of the best leadership books you are ever going to read. Told with wit, charm, and intelligence - it is a must for every businessperson serious about success.
Mix Sun Tzu’s The Art Of War with Covey’s The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People and you only begin to scratch the surface of Boss’s engaging and exceedingly well-written Navigating Chaos.
Boss went to hell and back to procure the leadership insights contained within Navigating Chaos. What he delivers is beyond anything you will read this year!
- Brad Thor #1 New York Times bestselling author of Code Of Conduct
"Jeff Boss is a shining example of the power of quiet leadership. The perseverance, humility, and team-first attitude that allowed him to excel as a Navy SEAL are directly applicable to all leaders."
- Susan Cain, New York Times bestselling author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.
For Managing The Mental Game:
"I wouldn't consider this a book, but a guide on how one can achieve their own defined success. Jeff Boss does an incredible job bundling so many different and effective tools to help individuals, business professionals, athletes, etc. on how to take simple steps towards replacing negative thoughts with positive ones. With practice, this will change the way you think and build the mental strength we all wish we had. I plan on incorporating what I have read into my daily thinking to change a number of my habits and to help me build the resilience I once had when I was ignorant. The difference now is that I am older and wiser and able to recognize the thought patterns that deter me from being the husband, father, business leader and person I want to be. Jeff's book is a road map to help me get there.
This should be required reading for everyone in my opinion. It is applicable to business leaders, athletes, parents who want to raise their children with confidence and humility and anyone who strives to improve the mental health. If you are thinking about spending a ton of money laying on a couch to tell someone about all of your past problems, do yourself a favor and purchase this book. Do the exercises and revaluate whether you want to pay all of that money after 30-60 days."
- Spencer M., Investment Real Estate
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