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2 hour Revenue Growth Coaching


50 simbi per package - Virtual OK

As your coach, I will help you to create strategies and implement tactics that will help you to increase your companies revenue.

Simple 5 Step Process:

1. I will send to you a questionnaire
2. You can return to me your answers
3. I will conduct research based on your answers
4. I will give to you a written report that includes strategies, tactics, recommendations, and ideas
5. We can finalize with a skype call, google call, etc. for Q&A

Training & Qualifications

Every action I take is a deliberate attempt to maximize customer lifetime value, increase the price of subscriptions or products, reduce churn/attrition, organically stimulate up-selling and cross-selling, and encourage repeat purchases. I do this by injecting value into the customer’s lifecycle to ensure the customer experience is reliable, repeatable, scalable and has so much value, the customer’s only obvious choice is to shout from the roof tops (social media) about how fantastic your company truly is.

I run a coaching business at, check out the testimonials!

Trading Preference: I’m flexible, just hit me up!

Reviews of Brian

Eleora provided Unit of Caricatures! for Brian
Feb 15, 2017
He was very communicative and easy to work with.
Arvin received Package of LinkedIn Coach from Brian
Feb 14, 2017
Brian helped me start my Linkedin game to get more speaking gigs. He provided several suggestions that I could immediately implement. Thank you, B...rian!show more
Micayla received Package of Send me your Resume from Brian
Feb 13, 2017
Very responsive, fulfilled his end of the bargain. Friendly, polite. Would work with him again!
Peter received Package of Send me your Resume from Brian
Feb 08, 2017
Huge props for offering this for free!
Amitra received Package of Send me your Resume from Brian
Feb 08, 2017
While Brian didn't send the database info, he did give me some good advice.
Laura received Session of 2 hour Career Coaching from Brian
Jan 31, 2017
Brian took time to ponder my request, pore over the numerous details I threw at him, and helped me come up with a realistic game plan to move forward ...with. I'll admit, I'm not an easy case! A very kind and honest gentleman who has a lot to offer to others! So Glad our paths crossed! show more
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Jan 30, 2017
Brian was a pleasure to work with and made the transaction very easy, especially for a newbie like me. Thanks for making this such an awesome experie...nce!show more
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Jan 28, 2017
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Jan 27, 2017
He totally fooled me! Super fun :)
Adam provided Unit of Home installation and automation for Brian
Jan 26, 2017
I was glad to help consult with Brian's automation projects! He was nice and asked good questions!


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About Brian Weiss

The year was 2015, I was earning a very good wage working for a software company at the Director level but I wasn’t happy or satisfied. It was then I decided to do some professional introspection that... ultimately leads to me leaving a job where I worked too many hours and was constantly sacrificing my integrity and health for the all mighty dollar. My introspection began with me asking one simple question, “What is it I am most passionate about in my professional life?” I broke down my life into smaller blocks for analysis: Years 18-20 – Adulthood began and I my earnings were zero but rather I worked for room and board. I lived and worked with my high school sweetheart and her mother. I worked like a dog with the majority of the work in areas I’d never contemplated let alone performed. Years 20-25 – I proudly served in the United States Army and married my high school sweetheart. The military work was tedious, dangerous, and downright painful at times, but as I look to this era, these were some of my best years. There was comradery, leadership, constant training, and learning. I earned $9,950 that first year (well below poverty level) in the military while my wife was a stay at home mother. Towards the later years, I invested in real estate and taught others to as well. I obtained my real estate license and helped others to buy and sell real estate. I also became a father of two wonderful children Brian and Logan. 26-36 – I worked mostly in roles where I was directly or indirectly responsible for serving customers and employees e.g. Customer Service Manager. As we all know, customer service personnel can be treated very poorly and I was! I took solace in helping my customers to the best of my ability but also having hundreds of employees reporting directly to me allowed me to become a leader, trainer, mentor, and teacher. At this stage, I dreamed of becoming a teacher but with a lack of any formal education past the Jr. High, I just kept on dreaming. I did however, do a short stint teaching English to Spanish speakers at the local community hall. During this time, my daughter Katlyn was born. 37-43 – Right about this age is when my two oldest arrived at the ages when they seem to need me less and my work needed me more. I was earning excellent salaries, great benefits and was at the executive level, I’ve arrived! I worked my fingers to the bone, alienated most of my friends and family and became a bonafide workaholic. Also, during this time, I switched from Customer Service specific roles to Customer Success. Notice it still deals with serving customers but has more responsibility to the entire customer lifecycle. With all these years of knowledge, I was on the inside of several excellent and not so excellent companies. I saw how they ran operations, the entire good, bad, and ugly! With direct responsibility of literally thousands of employees, I became adept at helping others be better versions of themselves by mentoring them in their professional as well as personal lives. With all of this introspection, there are obvious patterns. This is what I learned: I’ve always held positions of leadership Helping others make money was fun I seek to be selfless Helping, teaching, training others makes me happy Family means the world to me The simple truth, helping others is my passion!!!show more

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