A quick introduction to…
Business Owner, Coach and Mentor Duane Faitel
24+ years as a successful business executive with experience in marketing, advertising, internet marketing, direct sales, team leadership, training, management, video production and strategic advisor to business owners. Duane has worked with many coaches, trainers, advisors and mentors and in turn finds great joy inspiring and helping others by passing along his knowledge and experience.
D Net Marketing, LLC President / CEO 2010 – Present
- Worked with over 140 business owners and CEO’s in 80 industry niches helping them establish and grow their businesses using traditional marketing in conjunction with websites, social media, video and other online marketing to generate leads, prospects and customers.
- Happily married to his wife Darcy. Avid reader of business, motivational, and spiritual books. He enjoys running, biking, skiing, healthy eating, playing guitar and travel.
Most businesses struggle with client acquisition. They don’t have a clear method to bring in new clients. Duane has numerous tips, tools and strategies to get the phone ringing that he shares with his coaching clients.
If you like to take on the challenge of doing your own marketing, we can help you save time and money by short cutting the learning process. We teach you how do your own marketing online with our coaching and consulting. You can sit side by side next to our coach or share your computer virtually and learn tips, tricks, tools and strategies to handle your own marketing needs.
- A coach is a mentor or confidant. When you are the owner or leader of a business, who do you confide in? The old adage is true; “It’s lonely at the top.” A coach can and should be a sounding board, a listener, someone to play back to you what he/she thought you said so you can hear it for yourself.
- Many business owners have good plans and good intentions, but fail to execute simply because other distractions get in the way of completing the most important things they intend to do. A business coach holds the leader accountable to their own goals.
- We all get mired in the details of the day and fail to step back and remind ourselves where we wanted to go in business in the first place. A coach focuses on the vision or the goal first, and then helps us develop the actions necessary to reach those goals.
- Objective feedback. Ever tried to tell your spouse, your brother or best friend some of your dreams or fears? The feedback isn’t usually too objective, is it? A coach can take the emotions out of your fears and dreams and help you see them for what they are.
- Source of ideas. Sometimes you just get stuck. The answers aren’t obvious. You haven’t been trained for “this”, whatever “this” is. How do you grow? How do you handle a sensitive employee issue? How can you cut back on working so many hours? A coach has generally seen other options and is aware of other options and is aware of the possibilities to which you haven’t been exposed. Why not take advantage of that experience?
- Coaching pays. Any good coach wants to help you make more money than you are going to invest in the coaching. But here’s the tricky part… it only works if you are engaged and committed to the process. Here’s where the sports analogy comes into play again. The coach can only show you the exercises teach you the game and motivate you. But you have to do the work, compete and play the game. When that happens, you and your coach win! Coaching continues to have one of the highest rates of return on investment – upwards of 500% (MetrixGlobal, 2001).
There’s deep satisfaction that comes with success. Doesn’t it make sense to do everything possible to help make success more likely? Even the best athletes have a coach and there’s a reason for it…they want to win!
We start the process with a complementary coaching session. We’ll decide together if my coaching services make sense for you and your company. Click here to schedule a call