What's the difference between training and coaching?
We asked Clint Nykamp, Director of Sterling Homes, to explain the difference between training and coaching and how he came to this realisation. Listen to what he had to say.
Clint Nykamp is an Entrepreneur, Multiple Business Owner, and Marketing Expert. GoogleClint, one of his businesses and Official Google Partner, generated over thirteen thousand instructions for its estate agency clients in only eight months. Clint has a unique understanding of what an agent needs to do to achieve this success, and this lies within one of his other businesses and the backbone of his whole operation:Sterling Homes, Clint's estate agency business.
Sterling Homes's unique approach is that rather than asking to speak to the Director of the business, you get their mobile number and are only dealing with them from day one. With years of experience helping people through the buying and selling process, Clint has a knack for understanding what his clients are trying to achieve by moving home, and it is for this reason that when Clint appeared as a guest on our Estate Agency Xpodcast, we jumped at the opportunity to ask him this elemental question:
"While other Estate Agency Sofware providers offer training, how has your interpretation of this changed since joining Iceberg Digital?"
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