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8. Grow Your Business and Free Up Time with a Business Coach

grow your business with a business coach

In this episode of Remote Business Growth, host Paul Urwin interviews Juan Ortega, an experienced business coach and owner of an ActionCOACH franchise. Juan shares his journey from a successful corporate career in the hospitality industry to becoming a thriving entrepreneur and coach, helping businesses of all sizes achieve success.

Key Points:

  • Juan’s Background: With over 25 years of sales, marketing, and business experience in the luxury hotel industry, Juan made a bold decision to transition into coaching and consulting over a decade ago.
  • Transition to Coaching: Despite initial doubts and pushback, Juan followed his passion for coaching and training, leaving behind the corporate world to pursue a more fulfilling path.
  • Business Coaching Focus: Juan’s coaching focuses on helping businesses solve challenges related to profitability, sales, operations, and marketing, with a goal of achieving sustainable growth.
  • Transformation Stories: Juan shares examples of clients who have experienced significant transformations, from scaling their businesses to achieving work-life balance and financial success.
  • Importance of Remote Work: Juan emphasizes the benefits of remote work, highlighting how it allows businesses to access skilled talent globally and increase productivity while freeing up time for business owners.
  • The Fun Skill Matrix: Juan introduces the concept of the Fun Skill Matrix, encouraging entrepreneurs to focus on tasks that align with their strengths and passions while delegating other tasks.
  • Blend of Online and In-Person: While Juan conducts most coaching sessions online, he recognizes the value of in-person interactions, especially during live events and quarterly meetings with clients.
  • Benefits of Coaching: Juan offers a complimentary coaching session to potential clients and guarantees results within 17 weeks, emphasizing the proven benefits of working with a coach.

Conclusion: Juan’s journey from corporate success to coaching entrepreneurship serves as an inspiring example of following one’s passion and making a meaningful impact in the business world. His commitment to helping clients achieve their goals and embrace remote work underscores the importance of coaching in driving business growth and success.

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Here is the full transcript:

Paul Urwin 0:01
Welcome to Remote Business Growth, your go to source for all things remote work and business growth. Join us as we delve deep into the strategies, insights and success stories that will help you thrive in the remote work landscape. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a remote team leader, or simply curious about how to grow your business, this podcast is your gateway to unlocking your full potential. So get ready to embark on a journey of innovation and success. Hey there, Paul here and welcome to Episode Eight of the Remote Business Growth podcast. How is your business going? And how are you doing remotely? Well, I hope you’re doing fantastically well. And I hope that this episode is going to help you even more today we have an interview with the amazing Juan Ortega. One really is a very, very interesting guy. He’s someone who has stacks of corporate experience and then decided to make a massive change about I think 11, 12 years ago and to become a coach and he now spends his time helping other entrepreneurs to achieve success. So he’s a really, really high energy guy with just lots of experience as well. Lots of experience and lots of fascinating nuggets of information. So we talk about his journey. But we also talk about business coaching and whether business coaching is a relevant path for you to take. So lots to unpack in this. In this episode, lots of great things that we talked about, and we’ll get cracking in just a second. First of all, if you would like to hire a virtual assistant or remote worker to help grow and scale your business, then head on over to www.thereistalent.com. Right? Let’s talk to Juan. Juan Ortega has over 25 years of sales, marketing and business experience having led teams for some of the most luxurious hotel companies in the world. In 2012. He made the entrepreneurial shift and launched the journey to excellence, a business coaching and consulting organization to help businesses not only survive, but thrive in all areas of business. Today, as an owner of an action coach franchise, he utilizes his real world experience, along with the action coach methodology to achieve amazing results for clients throughout America. One has experienced tremendous success working with businesses of all sizes and industries by helping them solve their most challenging issues around the areas of profitability, sales, operations, and marketing. As a speaker, trainer and facilitator, he brings energy, humor and fresh ideas to every presentation he delivers. As a husband and father of three amazing girls, one understands that a business must deliver not only profits, but also the time to enjoy life. Juan, welcome to the show. Thanks, Paul.

Unknown Speaker 2:53
Appreciate it. Happy to be here. Yeah.

Paul Urwin 2:55
Great. Great to have you here and really looking forward to talking about talking about coaching, and talking about remote work as well. So why don’t you tell us a little bit about your story and how you got to where you are today, please? Yeah,

Juan Ortega 3:06
absolutely. So this journey on coaching is now going to be about 12 years old. I’ll start with what I was doing prior to coaching. So the first 20 years of my life. I was in the hospitality industry, specifically working in hotels, and I got into the hotel business for two reasons. The one was we I grew up in Orlando, Florida, and in Orlando, you either go work for the mouse, or you go work at a resort somewhere. My dad was a food and beverage director. So he got me in working at his hotel when I was 18. And I told him that it was only going to be a summer one summer and 20 years later, I was still in the hospitality industry. But I did fairly well for myself. I ended up spending about first five years in operations and then I shifted into the sales and marketing realm. And I got to be the youngest director of sales and marketing in two different companies. And they got to work in some cool places. So I worked in Aruba, Jamaica, Bahamas, I was in San Francisco, I was in New York, New Jersey all over the state of Florida, mainly with four and five star Five Diamond properties. So I got to stay in some really amazing places. But in 2012 I even though I enjoyed what I was doing, I was really burning out of the whole corporate politics and and really I realized that the higher up I got, I was getting further and further away from what I really enjoyed. I what I really enjoyed was working with my team, business strategy, coaching, training, developing people. And I was tied up in meetings and in airplanes and things like that and it just got further and further away. So in the I would say spring of 2000 And 12 Coincidentally, I was coming back from a business trip from New York. And I picked up a magazine and I read this article about action coach, and it said, It’s the world’s leading business coaching organization. And I circled it. I came home, I jumped on the computer did some research. And probably within an hour, I said to my wife, I said, this, I think this is what I want to do. I think I found what I want to do in the second half of my life. And six months later, I had like, retired and quit my career of 20 years, of course, everybody thought I was crazy, scariest thing I ever did best thing I ever did. And here I am. So that’s how I went from doing that to doing this.

Paul Urwin 5:41
Wow. Fantastic. So there was a lot of pushback from from different people about you making that that transition was that was that hard to fight through at the time?

Juan Ortega 5:52
You know, I think I was so for me, it honestly wasn’t I mean, absolutely. wife, friends, family reset, are you sure you’re sure you’ve got a really good thing, you got a great position, you know, six figure salary, you get to travel to these exotic places that these hotels and resorts most people just dream about? And I and all of that, I mean, it was kind of easy for me to just swap those things away. Because in my mind, I was done like, I was going to do something for myself. I just didn’t know what and when this opportunity came about, it was just a no brainer for me.

Paul Urwin 6:28
Excellent, excellent. Okay, and how long did it take you to, to get to get started? I mean, you’ve obviously you’ve obviously had a lot of experience in your corporate life as a as a coach, as a trainer. Lots of lots of knowledge, lots of experience, but then to then transition into being a full time Coach, how was that, initially that that sort of getting started?

Juan Ortega 6:51
Yeah, well, you know, I could lie to all of us, including myself and say that it was an easy transition. But it really wasn’t. I mean, even though I knew about business, I knew about branding and marketing and sales, it was a little choppy there, in the beginning, going from corporate guy to self employed, you know, like, when the dust settled, I realized, I got no team, I don’t have a multi million dollar budget, I gotta go out and find customers like reality really set in at one point. So the transition took took a bit. The the organization and the training that I went through, is brilliant, the frameworks, the tools that were given, everything is amazing. So, absolutely, I leaned on what I had learned in those first 20 years. But I will learn more in the 11 now than I did in the first 20. And, you know, it’s interesting, I think the biggest change that had to happen, was all psychological was all me and really transitioning from a corporate mindset, to a self employed mindset. And now, shredding myself of that, and really moving into an entrepreneurial way of thinking, like, I’ve actually added another business that I own, and that business now works without me and you know, starting to invest in other things, real estate and other things. Really thinking just beyond self employed, self employed still means that you’re trading dollars for hours. And all I think, ultimately, is just to have investments and to live off the profits of those investments. So it’s interesting, because I find myself like every three to five years having to look in the mirror and go, Okay, what helped what served me then is no longer going to serve me. So what do I need to take off? And what do I need to put on to really evolve and to continue this journey that I’m on otherwise? I’m going to get stuck? At some point? Yeah,

Paul Urwin 8:47
yeah. Yeah. Well, I think it’s incredible that you you have that analysis, or you go through that analysis, because I think you’re absolutely right, you do need to shed things along the way. You do need to, obviously, you do need to change but more than just change. It’s yeah, you definitely need to leave some things behind and learn or take on new things. So, so yeah, excellent, excellent. Okay. Well, tell tell me a little bit about the people that you help within within coaching and, and the types of the types of things that you do for them and how you how you work, how you work with them. Yeah,

Juan Ortega 9:19
great. So of course, leaving the hotel industry or hospitality, I thought, okay, so I’m going to leave that industry and I’m going to come and be a coach for a lot of restaurants and retail, and maybe Mom and Pop hotels here in the south Florida area. And that is not the case. I the bulk of my clients now are I coach a lot of attorneys, which is really interesting. I don’t have a law degree, right. I coach, lots of doctors, dentists, chiropractors, I’m even coaching a plastic surgeon who worked in a hospital for many years and decided to open up her own practice. So if you would have told me this 12 years ago that you’re going to be coaching doctors, lawyers, architects, engineers and plastic surgeons, I would be like, Ooh, that sounds scary. What how am I going to help them. But the reality is, these are all brilliant people who studied a lot, but didn’t go to business school like they don’t know about, you know, marketing and sales and human resources and accounting and operations and profit margins, how to read income statements and balance sheets. And that’s where, where I come in, because that’s my area of expertise. So coaching a lot in that space. They’re also coaching in the trades, window installers, general contractors, handyman, plumbers, electricians, these type of businesses are also great, because again, they’re really good technicians are good at what they do. But in terms of running a business, they don’t really know a whole lot, right. So that’s the sort of people that I’m working with small, medium sized businesses, I do some training for larger companies as well, if somebody needs like customer service training, or sales training, we do executive coaching as well. So for larger companies, we do that sort of work. But for the small and medium size, we focus on straightforward business coaching with which is essentially how do we help this business make more money? How do we hire great people and build systems? And how do we pull the owner out of the day to day operation? Those are the three big deliverables in what we do. And what’s nice about our organization is because we’ve been at this collectively as a company for 30 years is that it’s not one size fits all. So we actually have like 12 different coaching programs. And so when a business owner comes to us, we really get to know them really well. We have them fill out some questionnaires, some assessments and things and then we’ll we’ll have two to three, sometimes four conversations. And the idea is learning about them learning about their business, where do they want to be in 357 years time, and then really pairing them up with the right coaching program. And what I’m really happy to say is that we generally don’t lose clients, because we have coaching programs that are anywhere from $500 a month all the way up to $10,000 a month and everything in between. So that misconception that business coaching is expensive, or it takes a lot of time, or business coaching is only for failing business. That’s absolutely not true. None of those things are true. It’s actually healthy businesses are the ones that hire coaches, the ones that want to be the best are the ones that hire coaches, and coaching is for any size business at any stage in the game.

Paul Urwin 12:41
Excellent. Excellent. And so what’s the what’s the typical format? This is a is it a combination of, of one to one sessions and and what else is included? Or how does that work? One?

Juan Ortega 12:52
Yeah, no? Great question. Yeah, so we’ll start off with some some in person sessions, they’re a little longer in the beginning. So we’ll do like a 90 minute session first. And we’ll do what’s called an alignment, which can be anywhere from four to six hours. That’s where we really start doing some diagnostics on the business, figuring out what’s working, well, what’s not working, where did where does this business, and these owners want to be in five years. So we create that five year plan, we create, really, the strategic plan of how we’re going to grow it. So we do all of that in the first two, three sessions. And once we figure all that out, then we get into a flow of either weekly, or most of my clients now, or bi weekly, calls one on one, sometimes if it’s two owners, both owners will be there. I coach a lot of husband and wife, businesses as well. So I’ve been known to end up being like a marriage counselor at times, because it gets pretty heated family businesses, and then once a quarter hour, invite my clients to a live event. That’s called growth Club, where we all come together. And you know, probably about 5060 business owners, and we do 90 Day planning to figure out what we’re going to do in the next 90 days. So it’s really, if you think about it, coaching is a 13 week cycle, right? Because there’s 13 weeks in a quarter. So we write a plan. I’ll coach him through the execution of that plan. And then we’ll meet up again, draft up a new plan, and then go to work on executing on that plan. So it’s got that 13 week cycle. And then of course, once a year, we do like, in November, we did a full blown annual plan for the entire business and a marketing plan. And we do financial forecasting as well. So, so we definitely have, like our seasonal cycle that we follow to ensure that like we’re covering everything that we need to cover in that business. Yeah,

Paul Urwin 14:49
yeah. Excellent, excellent. And you’ve obviously coached many, many people over the years. But you know, maybe there’s just one example if you could please give one example of a sort of a transformation, someone you started working with and where they were before and, and where they where they got to what, what example would you give for that one?

Juan Ortega 15:09
Yeah, gosh, there’s, there’s really so many. I mean, my longest term client right now he’s an attorney. When I met him, it was him and his wife worked part time for him. I think he had one or two paralegals. That client is still with me now, 11 years later, in the 11 years that I’ve been coaching him. He went from, you know, having a team of three to four people to I think he’s got 12 people. Now, I coached him to basically right, the guy now takes before he came to me, not because he needed to grow, he was making really good money, but he had no time. And the funny thing is, is that he’s now taking month long vacations to Africa, as we speak, he’s on an aeroplane going to Australia for three weeks. So he, I was able to completely not only grow the business, implement systems and people, but pull him out of the necessary day to day so that he can go to these awesome places, which I’m jealous about, because I haven’t been to Africa yet, or Australia yet. So he’s taking these cool vacations. He I coached him, he bought another business we grew that sold it. So we’ve done a lot of interesting things with with this one client and his wife, who’s a financial advisor. We pulled her out of his business. And I coached her and she’s actually built up her financial advising business, where she now merged and actually bought out a smaller company. So I think the first example that comes to mind is this husband and wife, because over the course of 11 years, we’ve done some pretty cool things together, and they’re still going strong.

Paul Urwin 16:50
Yeah. Yeah, that’s amazing. And I’m glad you I’m glad you went through that example, because I think a lot of people might initially think of it in terms of, oh, increasing, increasing revenue, right, or improving the numbers, which of course, is an important very important component. But that idea of building with systems and the right people, a being able to take someone out of the business and free up time, time. Obviously that word that you mentioned, just I think that is key that is such a, that’s such a big thing, especially nowadays, where everyone is so busy. And I think there must be lots of people listening to this who are in a situation where actually, they are successful. In many ways, they actually have plenty of money, they actually have a very profitable business. But what they don’t have is time they’re very time poor. So yeah, I’m glad you mentioned that example. I think it’s Yeah, I think it’s a really good way. One

Juan Ortega 17:47
of the things that that we say about that is is until we have the conversation, most people haven’t realized that they own a job, not a business and and how you know, the difference between owning a job and owning a business is if you’ve got to show up every day for it to work and make money, then you own a job. If you can go away to Australia or Africa for a month and the business continues to not only run without you, but grow without you, then perhaps you own a business, right? So it’s really transitioning people from just owning a job to owning a real business. And really becoming an entrepreneur. I was talking about that this morning at another presentation that I gave is that most people like they quit their job, and they go, I’m an entrepreneur now. It’s like no, you’re, you know, poor and or, you know, like you don’t have any money yet, right? Kind of a true entrepreneur, somebody who’s been able to build a business up to whether they sell it, or they put it on autopilot, and they got multiple streams of income. And that takes a long time to do that’s, that’s the true definition of an entrepreneur. And so that’s the journey that we’re all on, I guess, and I’m on that journey myself. And what’s cool about it is that everything that I learned, I teach and I learn more because I teach and I make sure that I eat my own cooking, right because it helps me and everything is time tested and proven.

Paul Urwin 19:15
Excellent. Excellent. All right, well, thanks. Thanks very much for that one. Let’s let’s talk a little bit about remote work now. So let’s let’s talk talk about remote work from the perspective of your own team and how you run run your business and obviously with your with your clients, what role does remote work play in your organization?

Juan Ortega 19:36
Over the years, I have relied on remote workers for marketing for special projects for sales and probably the most common position is for administrative assistant. And you know what I have found is that and you can find amazing people that are Just not located here. They’re somewhere else. highly trained, highly skilled. And I hate to say this, but sometimes more enthusiastic about working than even us, you know, here in the US, that’s where I’m located. Right? Yeah. They’re so grateful for these opportunities that they really go all out now, just like anything else. Are there bad people out there? Of course there are, you know that you’re going to find good people and bad people anywhere. That would even happen in your own community, right. So you still have to have a great process for picking the right one. But in my experience, it’s been a game changer for me. And one of the top things I recommend my clients, like if I hear buzzwords like I got too many things, I can’t afford an employee, I’m like, Have you ever thought about a remote worker, a virtual assistant, somebody that can help you. And I’ve now you know, probably just to throw a number out there, in the last 12 months, I can probably think of at least six of my clients that have gone in that direction, and are, you know, 100% thankful and grateful that I brought that up, because they would have never done it had I not brought it up. And now they’re like, they can’t live without these people. So it’s a huge game changer.

Paul Urwin 21:13
Yeah. So it goes back, it goes back to that time idea that freed that freedom, freeing up time to focus on other areas of the business as well,

Unknown Speaker 21:20
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Paul Urwin 21:22
mean, I’m a, I’m a big believer that you should be working on something in your in your business, where you’re really adding value. And sometimes, you know, there’s just so many things going on that that you don’t have time to get to everything. And and also, I also think when it comes to certain things like social media, or some other marketing things, there’s, there’s people out there who are just much better, much better than me, for example. So it just makes sense for me to focus on what I’m good at, and allow someone else to focus, you know, give someone else the opportunity to really focus on what they’re good at. And the end result of that is a win for everyone. It’s

Juan Ortega 21:59
funny, you bring that up, Paul, I literally right before you and I met, I was on a coaching call. And I was talking to my clients about this concept called the fun skill matrix, which is this tool that we use for coaching and essentially says that, as entrepreneurs, as business owners, we need to focus on the things that are high fun, high skill, things that we enjoy doing, we’re good at and the things that make us money, everything that is not that like if I you know, if I find something either boring complex, and I’m not good at it, then just delegate it out to somebody who is Yeah, listen, I mentioned earlier that I coach, a lot of attorneys. I’ve had conversations with attorneys. And one of the things this one guy said to me seems like he was very proud about his website. He’s like, look at this up, what do you think about the website? And he was so eager, I go, why are you so eager to show me this website? He said, Because I made it myself. And I said, Well, how long did that take you? He goes about six months? Then I go how many hours? And what’s your billable hour? Turns out, he built himself like a $47,000 website, we could have had somebody do it like in a month’s time for a fraction of the cost. So sometimes, and then he was like, Oh, now you tell me this thing. Right? So it’s like, we got to be smart about what we use our time with.

Paul Urwin 23:15
Yeah, totally, totally focus on focus on those focus on those areas. Were you what was that the fact that fun matrix? Can you say that one again? Yeah,

Juan Ortega 23:23
it’s the fun skill matrix. And we call it the matrix because it literally has like all these boxes. And it’s a little homework assignment that I give to my clients. And I’m like, Here, put everything that you do, write it down on a piece of paper, and then drop it into the fun skill matrix. And then once they do that, I draw this line across, and I go everything below this line, you need to start figuring out who you’re going to delegate this to, I only want you working at the things at the top of the matrix, the things that you find highly fun, productive, and profitable for you to do.

Paul Urwin 23:56
Good stuff. Good stuff, one. Okay. I’m also interested in your particular working setup. So you obviously do a lot of different coaching sessions, and you do live events as well. So how does that how does that work out for you? I mean, I imagine that live events are just and you know, I’ve had the I’ve had the good fortune of going to one of your live events, which was absolutely amazing and, and full of energy and wonderful advice. And you’re a very skilled presenter as well. So how does how does that? How does that How do you combine the live with the online stuff? I mean, I guess you’re comfortable with both but how do you feel operating in in that kind of in that kind of way? You

Juan Ortega 24:37
know, for me, I think that it’s a must and before zoom before we were all on Zoom, you know, X amount of hours a day. Our business was really started out as a face to face. I mean, everyone when I talked to people who were doing what I do 30 years ago, when we started our company, they would like get in their car and drive over and see clients and then And then we migrate it to phone. And then now zoom. For me, it’s a must. I mean, if I, you know, talk about the fun skill matrix, the top of for me fun is live events, like, you know, I think in the next 10 years, my ultimate goal is just to be a paid speaker and just have coaches do all the coaching for me and just get paid to speak. And even though that might get, you know, tiring and old at some point, but I think I want to do that for a while, because I love that. So for me, it’s, it’s necessary for me to be able to shake hands and put my arms around clients and all that, we do see them quarterly, I do a lot of networking as well in the community. But it’s, let’s face it, it’s also very helpful to have tools like this where we can see each other I mean, it’s not the same as being in person, but almost as good. So, for me, I do my coaching for the most part, all on Zoom, except for those first initial longer sessions when a client is getting on boarded. And then we see each other quarterly. And and then we even we haven’t a North America conference once a year, we actually I’ve traveled with clients to Vegas, to Nashville to different cities, where we do like a bigger version of what you saw with 600 people there. So I think there’s there’s so much to be said still about human contact, like literally face to face, belly to belly, as they say,

Paul Urwin 26:28
yeah, it is important, isn’t it? You know, I think I think from the point of view of working remotely, it’s difficult if you never have that, that sort of real life contact ever. And, you know, I’m sure there’s some people that you work with online that both of us work with, that you will never actually meet. And I think that’s fine as well. But I think it is important to have those face to face meetings, live events, that kind of thing. I mean, I was, you know, I always feel energized by that kind of event. Yeah, definitely, you know, shaking someone’s hand and, and talking to them in person, it is a different experience. And I think for many people, that’s, that’s, that’s important. You know, there’s things such as, you know, the Zoom fatigue, and just getting out and getting out in the, in the fresh air and heading off to somewhere different. I think that’s important for from time to time, right?

Juan Ortega 27:16
Yeah. Dressing up actually putting on nice slacks, you know, because most of the time people are seeing us like this right now. Slacks getting out? Yeah, there’s clients that I have not met in person, there’s clients that I’ve never been to their office, and quite honestly, their office might be like, you know, a room full of like three attorneys and five paralegals. Like, I’ll go there. Sometimes they want me to go there. I’m like, Okay, fine, I’ll go there. But there’s nothing to see. Now. If I’m coaching a restaurant, if I’m coaching, a small hotel or something, or even retail, I’ll definitely want to go and walk through even some of my doctors, the doctors that I coach, I go there and see, because there’s things to see there’s definitely a right way and a wrong way to set up a business. But if it’s just literally people sitting in chairs in a box, I don’t need to go there. Right, the the magic and the growth is going to occur from the conversations that I have with the actual people that are running the business.

Paul Urwin 28:13
Yeah, yeah. Excellent, excellent. And what would you say to someone who’s not sure about coaching, not really sure if it’s going to make a difference in their in their business? And they just maybe haven’t had that experience? Before? What would you what would you say to someone in that position?

Juan Ortega 28:29
It’s kind of like if you’ve never tried pistachio ice cream, try once, right like, and we make that very easy for people, one of the things that we do is we offer the first coaching session at no cost. So it’s 90 minutes with me or with another coach from our organization. And we give people the opportunity to experience what business coaching looks like feels like tastes like because we can all kind of assume we know. But even people who have worked with other coaches, that experience might be completely different than being coached by me, right. So it’s a different experience. So the first thing I would say is sign up for a complimentary coaching session, number one. Number two, is consider the idea that we our organization is the only one in the world that offers a written 17 week guarantee. So what that guarantees states in writing is that if you do the work, and you give me 17 weeks, I will figure out a way to at least cover my expense to you and neutralize the investment of coaching within 17 weeks. So I’ll pay for myself so that coaching becomes profitable from that point on. So we guarantee results essentially. And if that doesn’t work, then do the research. There’s a ton of articles there. independent companies have done research. And it’s been proven time and time again, that people who use coaches get better results. It’s the same in sports. It’s the same business so yep, that’s what I wanted them

Paul Urwin 29:59
wonderful. Wonderful. All right. Well, I think that’s a really nice positive note to for us to finish on why and it’s been a great conversation I love loved hearing your, your story, that sort of career change then in the middle that was really, really Yeah. really brave of you and and Yeah, amazing that you’ve done the right thing for yourself. You’re helping so many people now. And yeah, just just just fascinating stuff. So thanks. Thanks for that great talking to you. I’ll give you the last word now. So if there’s anything else you want to mention, and of course, please include all of your any links or contact details how people can get a hold of you please won’t. Yeah,

Juan Ortega 30:38
terrific. No, first of all, thank you for the opportunity. This has been great. Like I said, you know, I just put you at the top of my fun skill matrix as well, like doing this goes right up there. Like really enjoyed it. So thank you for the opportunity. Final Thoughts is, you know, just like anything in life, whenever we were taught to speak or to walk, or to ride a bike or to drive a car, we didn’t do these things alone. We had somebody with us the entire time, right? So running a business is no different than that. And so if I still live in years later, if I pay a coach every single month to coach me, it’s because I absolutely believe in coaching, right? So it how people can get a hold of me, I think email is best. So my email address is real simple. It’s my first name and last name. So one Ortega at action coach.com. Or they can dial my office, the phone number to for us is 954-271-3393. Those are the best ways and then social media. You can put coach Juan or tiga or wonder take action coach, any of those variations will bring me up. And I love to meet new people, new industries, new businesses, I’m always fascinated by all the interesting businesses that are out there. So I encourage anyone who’s on the fence, give it a shot and determine for yourself. Don’t don’t make any assumptions without trying it.

Paul Urwin 32:07
Brilliant. Brilliant. All right. Well, thanks so much. It’s been a pleasure. And I wish you every success with all of

Juan Ortega 32:14
that. Likewise, Thank you, Paul. Thanks for the opportunity.

Paul Urwin 32:17
Okay, I really enjoyed talking to one, he is an absolutely fantastic coach really, really experienced and just spends his time every day, every day of the every, every working day of the month, just just helping people to achieve their goals. So just a fantastic success story really, not just for not just for his own, setup his own his own life and working in the area that he wants to work in, but also the enormous value that he brings to to his clients. So yeah, really enjoy, really enjoyed that one. Don’t forget that if you’d like to hire a virtual assistant or remote worker to grow and scale your business, then head on over to www.thereistalent.com Thanks for tuning in. All the very best and until next time, and by the way, don’t forget to check out some of our other episodes we’ve got we’ve got some really good episodes building up now. So I’d encourage you to not only share this if you liked it, but also hop on over to some of our other episodes and you can share the link remote business growth.com That’s remote business growth.com Thanks. Take care. Bye bye

 

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