Businessman Jim Rohn is quoted as saying, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”

Arguably, the people you spend most of your time with are your teammates – your employees, managers, partners at your firm, vendors, strategic partners, centers of influence, coaches, mentors, study groups and accountability partners.

Do you have the right team in place to accelerate your success and improve your quality of life?

Revisit our on-demand webinar with Carson’s Jessica Harrington, Executive Business Coach, and Scott Wood, Vice President, Coaching Growth Programs, on how to put together the optimal team. They explore:

The impact of being connected to a diverse and driven community of advisors
The benefit of leaning on the strengths of your key team members while you amplify the best and highest use of your time and energy
The importance of creating the time to be focused and challenged by a coach to more effectively reach your potential

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