This week’s episode of Chasing Excellence covers chapter 14 of Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success. Join Rick Floyd as he discusses ways to gain confidence and stay focused on your sales goals.

As head coach at UCLA John Wooden won 10 NCAA national championships in a 12-year period — including seven in a row — an unprecedented feat. Any coach will tell you that preparation leads to confidence, but Coach Wooden knew that it takes more than just confidence to achieve success. Tune in to this week’s show and discover a valuable way to keep yourself focused on closing your current and future deals.

* Rick Floyd, partner and executive vice president at HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc., brings more than 20 years of leadership to the national lender’s sales, marketing, training and operations teams. A football fanatic and former scholastic coach, Rick utilizes the philosophies he learned on the field in motivating and empowering his HomeBridge teams to chase excellence in both their professional and personal lives. Rick resides in Atlanta, Ga. You can find his Chasing Excellence blog at www.ChasingExcellenceBlog.com.

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