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Expert Series: The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology, Part 4 of 4

The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology Part 4 of 4: Smart Chip Technology The final piece of this Expert Series is about Smart Chip Technology or EMV – Europay, MasterCard, and Visa. You’ve probably seen this at some point recently: you walk up to the counter at the store to […]

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Expert Series: The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology, Part 3 of 4

The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology Part 3 of 4: Swiping   Last issue we focused on a different type of mobile payment – mobile wallets. This part will continue the support and emphasize you getting paid. When you’re on the go, you need to accept payments right away. You […]

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Expert Series: The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology, Part 2 of 4

The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology Part 2 of 4: The Growth of Mobile Wallets   A typical trait of a successful business is adaptation. While you will often hear the cliché “if it isn’t broke don’t fix it,” keeping up with technology ensures you will continue to grow. Offering […]

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Expert Series: The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology, Part 1 of 4

The Changing Landscape of Payments: How Coaches Can Keep Pace with Technology Part 1 of 4: How You’re Getting Paid You’re on the move; you’re going from city to city and client to client. You’re making sales, but how are you getting paid? What’s the best option for you to accept payment – especially when payment […]

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Expert Series: Positive Psychology is Good for Coaching. Part 4 of 4

Positive Psychology is Good for Coaching Part 4 of 4: The Goals Doctor is In! As a coach, I call myself a “goals doctor.”  People seek out coaching for different reasons. Some come when they need help making progress toward their goals because they are stuck, overwhelmed or unsure about what they want to do. A […]

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