Editor’s note: The application period is now closed. Thank you for your interest.

Last year I was ranked the #1 leadership thinker in the world and the #1 executive coach in the world. I've personally coached hundreds of CEOs at some of the largest corporations in the world. My book Triggers was a #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller, and Amazon listed two of my books on its Top 100 Leadership & Success Books to Read in a Lifetime list.

At any rate, I've had a good run. It's time for me to give back.

My new project is called 15 Coaches. I'm going to teach 15 business leaders everything I know, for free! It's the same coaching I give professionally, the same coaching that earned all those accolades I mentioned above.

It's my chance to give back to others and to honor the many wonderful people, like Frances Hesselbein, Paul Hersey, Peter Drucker, Alan Mulally and more, who have helped me in my own life. You might say it's my legacy project.

My only request of the 15 participants: When it's time for you to leave your legacy, you impart what you know to 15 other promising leaders.

Save the date: December 2-4, Phoenix. If you are selected, you will be invited to join me in Phoenix for a multi-day event with other world-renowned thought leaders.

One more thing. While thousands of business leaders have already applied for one of the 15 slots, I've agreed to reserve at least one place in the project for an entrepreneur from the Inc. community. In other words, someone reading this page will assuredly be part of the program. It might as well be you.

Are you ready?

To apply, please fill out the form below. Inc. applications are due 10/28. I will let you know by 11/7.

Things you should know:

  1. It’s free!
  2. Applications are due October 28th.
  3. All are welcome to apply! I will be selecting 15 individuals to participate.
  4. Everyone who applies, whether chosen as one of the 15 or not, will receive free admission to my new webinar series in 2017!

Thank you!
Life is good.


Published on: Oct 5, 2016
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