Coaching since 2000, Brian Farrell practices solution-focused coaching. This method often creates a custom program — starting with a platform of where you are now, scaling the importance of your objectives, and then assessing your own skills. By focusing on outcomes, and taking small steps along the way, his clients find success one conversation at a time.
"When you improve a little each day, eventually big things occur. Not tomorrow, not the next day, but eventually a big gain is made. Don't look for the big, quick improvement. Seek the small improvement one day at a time. That's the only way it happens - and when it happens, it lasts." - John Wooden (legendary UCLA basketball coach)
A skilled sales leader, he successfully combines sales management and coaching, making top performers both on the job and with clients. His team consistently leads all sales performance metrics, and his clients continue to grow, add staff and advance their own businesses.
"I highly recommend Brian Farrell as an expert, coach and leader. He is always 'on his game' yet has a calm demeanor that underlines his confidence and well-earned authority in the field." - Catherine Cohn
His mission for coaching is simple: make great things happen for other people. By focusing on solutions, making use of what's already there and taking things one step a time, he helps you get unstuck, get out of problem talk and move forward.
"Brian has the ability to motivate you to do more, try harder & want to achieve greatness. He's down to earth, easy to talk to & honest with his opinions. And has the uncanny ability to get someone to open up & tell their story. - Alisha Gay
He asks great questions, especially around choices you could (or could not make) and the consequences around those actions. Coaching questions are the key to staying on course. Questions matter.
Finally, he wants you to try coaching! The only way to know how coaching works is to experience it. Try coaching, and see for yourself how a coaching structure supports your goals.