Original Coach Quotes for 2011

Consistent, relentless adaptation to the ever changing business climate takes passion and dedication.  2010 was a tough year for some businesses and many are grateful it’s over.  Before us lies a new year filled with opportunities which can only be discovered by pushing oneself and one’s business to be better.  The right words may be all it takes to help a business owner stay on target and achieve her goals. Last October, The Creative Marketing Channel held a totally subjective Original Coach Quotes Contest asking coaches for original quotes to inspire businesses in 2011.  Today we’re very pleased to announce our winners. Our grand prize winner receives an upcoming blog post about her coaching business as well as 3 months of free advertising here.  Our first place winner receives free advertising here as well.  Give these fresh quotes a read and share your thoughts about them:

2011 Coach Quotes Contest Winners:

1.  Learn to see your business growth as a hero’s journey and you will begin to see each event, good or bad, as a call for courage and adventure. – Dana K. Dwyer from the Washington D.C. Area. Visit Dana’s website,  her blog, friend her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and connect with her on Linkedin. Dana  is our Grand Prize Winner.

2. Your business should reflect your signature style. and Small steps, big impact. – Julie Lichty from York, PA.  Visit Julie’s website, her blog, friend her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and connect with her on Linkedin. Julie is our First Place Winner.

3.  We Will Prosper. –  Robert Pianka from Lancaster, PA. Visit Robert’s website, friend him on Facebook, follow him on Twitter, and connect with him on Linkedin.  Robert receives Honorable Mention.

4.  People always ask me what it takes to succeed. It’s easy. Always do your very best, treat everybody you meet with respect and dignity, help others and use your common sense. – Bud Bilanich from the greater Denver, Colorado area.  Visit Bud’s website, friend him on Facebook, follow him on Twitter, and connect with him on Linkedin. Bud receives Honorable Mention.

5. “Identify and feed the motivating needs of your employees and you will be rewarded with increased productivity”. – Sharon A. Dorn from Felton, PA.  Visit Sharon’s website and connect with Sharon on Linkedin. Sharon receives Honorable Mention.