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Today on Eden Exchanges we spoke to David Mazzotti who is a YB12 trainer in Perth, a training and consulting enterprise for corporate and small businesses operators. Listen as David describes his previous experience prior to YB12, reasons behind joining the YB12 team, how his business has grown and what he has planned for the future with YB12
David delves into his professional background as a professional trainer and his experience in the training and coaching sector
- The move to YB12
The decision to become a member of the YB12 team and work as a coach
- The unique characteristics
David describes the difference models of YB12 and how it differs from its other in the industry
- The appeal for coaching and training
Davids discusses his passion for training and the desire to help others improve
- The different types of trainers
David describes the different types of business trainers within YB12 and the best characteristics of a YB12 coach
- The process to follow
David talks about the processes to follow as a YB12 trainer with methodology and a proven process
- Who are your clients?
David lists the different types of businesses he trains and who her typical target market is as a professional trainer with YB12
- Trends in the industry
What David identifies as new trends in the sector since his beginning as a YB12 trainer and new techniques on the horizon.
- A piece of advice
David offers a little pearl of wisdom for anyone thinking about becoming a business trainer or as a member of the YB12 team
YB12 is a full-service training company, offering consultancy opportunities for aspiring and experienced public speakers, coaches, and business advisors. From one-on-one training to comprehensive business advisory services, YB12 is all about helping clients have the best year of their lives.
YB12’s history is long and successful, with 25-years of experience with more than 200,000 people having already attended workshops, introductory seminars or one-on-one training sessions.