Coached to Greatness by John M. Hawkins

You don’t find greatness in a day or overnight. Change takes time, and making too many changes in a short period of time creates chaos. But incremental, positive changes can help you find your purpose, hold yourself accountable, and achieve goals and objectives. Coach and leader John M. Hawkins reveals strategies that will help you…

You don’t find greatness in a day or overnight.

Change takes time, and making too many changes in a short period of time creates chaos. But incremental, positive changes can help you find your purpose, hold yourself accountable, and achieve goals and objectives.

Coach and leader John M. Hawkins reveals strategies that will help you accomplish more and–most importantly–be in a better position to help others who are also seeking growth. Get the guidance you need to
– reflect on what motivates you;
– rediscover and assess your core values, philosophies, and competencies;
– find settings that allow you to be the most productive; and
– track your progress toward accomplishing goals.

If you know you can accomplish more but change is slow to come; if you don’t wake up excited and ready to achieve; and if you don’t know what to do with your life, career, or business, you need this guide to success.

By keeping an open mind, tuning into your senses, and being on the lookout for motivation, opportunities, and like-minded individuals who want to do more, you’ll be coached to greatness.

Available on Amazon

“A book many can benefit from”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Mel M

Coached to Greatness is a book intended to help those–especially those who have struggled in the past–to reach their goals. All in all, I thought it was a well-structured book, and written in a down-to-earth manner that broke down concepts and presented how you could apply them. So, what makes this book stand out? A few things, I think. First, it helps you realize that to reach your goals you will have a higher probability of success by taking smaller steps. These incremental steps can help you become more comfortable with the larger goal/change you are trying to achieve. Small incremental changes that are easier achieve can help you build momentum for going forward. Another concept is looking at the resources you have available–mainly people with goal-driven, like mindsets because they will want to see you succeed. Surround yourself with those sort of people. And lastly, this is a book that intends to change your mindset and free you from limiting beliefs. As you read the author’s words, I think you’ll likely have some ah-ha moments that will give you new insight and other options for achieving your goals.

I think this book can help a lot of people and Im happy to recommend it.

About the Author

John was born into an Irish Catholic family in Torrance, California (in the Los Angeles County). He lived with his father, mother, and six brothers and sisters. John had eighty-one first cousins. His father was a carpenter, and his mother was a teacher, who put teaching aside so she could be near her seven children.

John was taught at a young age the value of working by going to work with his father at age seven. He continued working with his father until going off to college. Over the decades John was forged into a compassionate leader and developed a genuine interest in helping others.

John’s new book “Coached to Greatness,” was written to help those in need of inspiration and motivation, by sharing his experiences building plans to avoid pitfalls that could lead them further from achieving their goals and help coach them to greatness.

John M. Hawkins is also a technologist, strategist and has over 20+ years consulting to fortune 25-500+ companies. Find John on twitter @hawkinsjohn.

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