Paul owns and runs e business coaching, helping clients to focus on the tasks that will give them healthy businesses built around their ideal clients.
Paul spent most of his employed working life in media, including newspapers, magazines, television, and more than 25 years in commercial radio. Having joined Kent’s Invicta Radio in 1987 as a Sales Executive, he moved to LBC in London before joining Chrysalis Radio where he worked on the launch of Heart 106.2. He has launched, run and turned around various businesses in his career working with thousands of advertisers.
His passion is helping smaller business owners, many of whom have set up their business because they’re exceptional at what they do for their customers, to work on the areas of their business that will take them to the next level. This could be anything from marketing themselves to their ideal clients to implementing systems and processes that mean the business will continue to deliver an exceptional service, even as it grows.
The central theme of e business coaching is when people work on the right things at the right time, they move their businesses forward.
Paul believes that coaching isn’t simply about tapping into what people already know, as there are many things we don’t know until we learn them. Instead, he will help his client to plot the route to where they want to go by providing them the frameworks to move their businesses forward coupled with the support they will need as they implement them.
In October last year, Paul became the first Certified Business Made Simple Coach in the UK. The Business Made Simple curriculum teaches business owners how to run profitable businesses in today’s constantly evolving business world. It covers everything from personal productivity through to creating a marketing sales funnel that generates leads 24/7 using the Story Brand 7-point framework to invite prospects into a story that will help them survive and thrive.
Paul is a trustee at Academy FM, a community radio station based in Folkestone and is married to Josephine who is Chief Executive of Kent Community Foundation. He has a Son Ben, a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police who regularly beats him at golf. He is also a keen runner and cyclist and really enjoys a good glass of red when cooking at home with Josephine.