017 Coach Radio: Your Story – Dallon Christensen


017 Coach Radio – Your Story: Dallon Christensen

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Dallon Christensen is a Coach in Bettendorf, IA.

Dallon helps businesses become profitable by using their balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements to look forward and make decisions rather than looking backward.

Cash burn rate – how long your business can survive without making any sale.

Dallon didn’t have much success the first time he tried to launch his business and he explains how he turned it around.

He’s getting some great insight and coaching from the Free Agent Academy.

Dallon’s wife Stephanie is on board because he has a real working plan for his transition.  He’s not shooting in the dark and just hoping he’ll be profitable enough one day to do it full time.

Andy Traub came up for web design.

How he’s getting the word out – connecting with people and providing value: Free Agent Academy, facebook, blog, twitter, newsletter, working on two online training classes and a future podcast.

“When I’m doing something, I’m doing it all out.”

Author: Justin Lukasavige

I help businesses do business better and I love what I do.

6 thoughts on “017 Coach Radio: Your Story – Dallon Christensen”

  1. I like what Dallon said about planing your time to work on your business. When you don’t allocate specific time to work, but just hope to do it whenever you get some free time, the work will never get done. I discovered that for myself. Whenever I planned the exact time to work very early in the morning when everyone is asleep, I actually did some work. However, as I hope to work a little at night before bad, I rarely do anything. This only got me frustrated that I can’t get any traction. Now I gave up the hoping part and just focused on planning on more morning time. This frees me from the everyday frustration and is putting me on the right path to accomplish my goal.

  2. Wow, you’re jumping back in the archives, Pete! I love it!

    You’ll see a guest post from Dallon next week. He just put in his 2 week notice and will now be a Free Agent. Great to see this change from so long ago. A lot can happen in two years.

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