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With a Master’s Degree as a Therapist and a Coach, Matt is trained to deal with the human elements of business. As success means different things to different people, Matt helps his clients find what success means for them and then helps them create a path to get there.
Matt has been recognized by successfastlane.com as one of the world’s top life coaches. He is the author of The Social Media Handbook for Financial Advisors: How to Use LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to Build and Grow Your Business, published by Bloomberg Financial.
In this episode, Matt shares his insights regarding how to get out of your own way and why it is important to engage with a coach, a consultant or a mentor to achieve greater success.
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