November 17, 2021, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
The Prosperous Coach 2.0
I wrote The Prosperous Coach, with my friend Steve Chandler, almost 8 years ago—and it has stood the test of time. It has been in the top 20 books about coaching on Amazon ever since it was published. It’s sold nearly 100,000 copies and it continues to sell around 2,000 copies a month. And we've just signed a deal for it to be distributed in Japan. Now, we wrote that book 8 years ago and much has changed in the world in that time. We wrote The Prosperous Coach to be a timeless book but that doesn't mean that we can't add new ideas and distinctions. I'm going share some of my very latest thinking—in what I call The Prosperous Coach 2.0. You will learn the fundamentals—as well as the high-level, advanced skills that have helped some of my clients sign billionaires, Olympic athletes, celebrities and high-level CEOs as their clients.
During this session I'm going to teach you how to create clients - The Prosperous Coach way. Then, you will have a chance to "ask me anything" where I will take as many questions as our time allows.
About Rich Litvin
Rich Litvin runs a leadership consultancy for world leaders, based in Los Angeles and London.
Ultra-successful people – who you would assume don’t need a coach – are the ones who call Rich. His clients have included Olympic athletes, Presidential candidates, Hollywood film directors, Special Forces operatives, serial entrepreneurs, PhDs and Harvard Business School alumni. Rich is the founder of 4PC – a community of the top 4% of coaches and leaders.
A thought leader in the coaching world, Rich is co-author of the highly-acclaimed book The Prosperous Coach. It has sold nearly 100,000 copies and been in the top 20 books on Coaching on Amazon for 7 years. A scientist by training, Rich has a background in Behavioral Physiology and Psychology. He trained to teach at the University of Oxford and he has a master’s degree in Educational Effectiveness & Improvement.
Rich’s big picture is to mobilize $100 Million to educate a million children. His company has helped to build 5 schools in Africa.