Trillion Dollar Coach

Trillion Dollar Coach

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In Nehemiah Project, we do not believe in only limiting coaching to its core definition. Instead, it has to be about creating a coaching culture within companies. and to achieve this, we need more coaches.

Coaches are essential to the success of well-run businesses and entrepreneurs that want financial success and a fulfilled life. Our coaching philosophy emphasizes three keys to success; relationships, values, and growth. We believe that success begins with creating relational alignment with all your stakeholders and making sure they are honored. Once there is relational alignment, you can then move on to make sure that every team member understands your values and that they are integrated throughout your company. Finally, you must focus on results that grow your top and bottom line.

We thought this was unique to us until we read Trillion Dollar Coach, a book about Bill Campbell, the business coach who was personally responsible for the success of many Silicon Valley innovators, game-changers, and billionaires like Steve Jobs, Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, and many others. In Trillion Dollar Coach, authors share how Bill Campbell, their coach, helped them build some of Silicon Valley’s greatest companies, including Google, Apple, and Intuit, and helped to create over a trillion dollars in market value. When he passed away in 2016, “the Coach” left behind a legacy of growing companies, successful people, and an abundance of respect, friendship, and love.

What will your legacy be?

You could be the next Bill Campbell! You may not help create over one Trillion dollars of value but you can definitely help dozens of business leaders in your community and around the world realize success in life and in business while making a Kingdom impact using a Biblical approach.

Check out our upcoming Kingdom Business Coaching Certification Program and begin or enhance your coaching journey.

Watch the video below to hear from the authors about Bill Campbell’s impact on their lives and others:

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