About This Episode:
Coach Micheal Burt is considered “America’s Coach”, a unique blend of a former championship basketball coach, combined with a deep methodology of inner-engineering people to produce at a higher level in the business world. Coach Burt found his unique voice early in life at the age of 15 by starting his basketball coaching career with a junior pro basketball team.
At 25, he began writing the first of 14 books on his methodology. Companies who wanted to grow would pay attention and begin hiring Burt to speak, coach, and train their people to higher levels of performance.
At 31, years old and after winning a championship Burt would retire from athletic sports to build a multi-million dollar coaching business and form the Monster Producer coaching program, which is a systematic and consistent program that teaches sales professionals, business owners, and those interested in rapid growth the five big areas to get a significant lift in their business. Burt’s goal for each person is a 43% increase in a one year cycle and he routinely gets it.
Burt, now at 42 years old, speaks around the world on his books and growth methodologies and is the personal coach to some of the top performing companies in the world. His popular programs, online Monster Growth Academy, and structures are used by business people who want to get a significant increase in their business by using a specific formula Burt has cultivated over the last 27 years.
Find out more about Coach Burt at:
Coach Burt’s Website
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