Executive Life Coach Proves How Blogging is Fundamental to Online Success

May 18, 2015
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Executive Life Coach

Executive Life Coach Les Dossey has carved out a new online career over the past couple of years.

Blogging has been instrumental in his development as an online Coach & Entrepreneur

He even credits his blog as helping him become a better human being.

In this video, Dossey shares his experiences with blogging, how his blog has helped his Coaching business, and he includes some practical blogging tips that he has learned in the trenches.

If you’re interested in becoming an online Executive Life Coach, this interview will be quite helpful for you.

And Dossey considers himself an Entrepreneur, so entrepreneurs of all persuasions will find his practical advice helpful and encouraging.

Say hi in the comments if you have a question for Les or myself.

Enjoy this video!

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  1. Adrienne says:    •   4 years

    Hey Matthew,

    Great interview with Les and I wasn’t familiar with him before your introduction. Have since checked out his two sites and I must say they are very impressive. He has definitely accomplished a lot.

    I love your question about the “fear” of blogging because I think most new bloggers have that who don’t really consider themselves writers. None of us want to look silly or come across as not very professional if what we are going for is using our blogs as marketing tools to reach our desired audience. I appreciated that Les said that the more he wrote the more it helped him personally as well. I find it so rewarding in so many ways as well.

    I do agree that if you’re passionate about something then the process to me is much more enjoyable. We’re more eager to jump in head first then struggle thinking that we have to do this in order for this to work or we have to go this route. At least when passion and excitement is involved then we want to do it so much more.

    Really great interview Matthew and thanks for doing this. I’m sure you both enjoyed your lunch and spending time together and I appreciate you sharing Les’s advice with all of us.

    ~Adrienne

    1. Matthew Loomis says:    •   4 years Author

      Hi Adrienne,

      That’s a great point, most new bloggers don’t consider themselves to be a writer at all. Like Les starting out. Which is why I wanted to share his story. He got out of his comfort zone and developed a new skill–writing. He’s got some great articles back in his archive that I know you would enjoy.

      It’s not something that happens overnight, so my hope is new bloggers listening to his experience will understand that they just need to do what they do, write, talk on video, and hit publish. Learn along as you go.

      Don’t try to learn how to swim from a book, just reading about it. Get in the water. Start dog paddling. Learn over time how to be a competent swimmer.

      Happy you commented here, Adrienne! Your comments are valuable because of how much experience you have blogging. See you again soon (I hope.) 🙂

  2. Rodger Lamb says:    •   4 years

    Thanks Matthew,
    Great idea to do your power lunch series. I found that interview was very interesting and has already been helpful. I found my self nodding agreement many times and of course when you go to his website Les is inspiring. I only found the iamles.com website (the les.dossey.com one seemed to be under repair). It would help perhaps if you put the interviewee’s websites in your summation.
    Thanks again. Rodger Lamb

  3. Brent Jones says:    •   4 years

    Nice job, Matt. Excited to see we started a video series around the same time. I wish you the best of success!