What recent book coaching clients have said about working with Roger C. Parker
What separates Roger from any (and all) book author coaches is his hands-on, practical experience. If he recommends something, do it! You can assume he’s successfully employed the same strategy or idea in his own business.
John Fox, www.venturemarketing.com
Marketing Playbook: The Definitive Guide to B2B Marketing
and 99 Questions to Jump Start Your Partner Channel Brain.
Roger read an early draft of my book Real-Time Marketing & PR and provided me with many insights and ideas to make the book better. Roger’s input was essential to the book landing in the #2 position on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list upon publication.
David Meerman Scott, www.www.davidmeermanscott.com
author of 7 books, including The New Rules of Marketing and PR,
now published in 26 languages from Bulgarian to Vietnamese.
With Roger’s help and inspiration, I’ve accomplished something most ordinary business owners only dream about, and I never thought I could do. I’ll soon be a published author, using only blog and article content I’d previously written. Roger made the whole process simple and exciting, from the initial concept, all the way to getting it published, printed, and soon to be profitable.
Merrill Clark, www.CrestviewMarketing.com
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Roger was very valuable as a sounding board and a resource in the process of writing, marketing, and launching my book, Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!: 4 Keys to Unlock Your Business Potential. There are many folks out there trying to “sell you something,” and it was great having an independent voice in my corner to guide me and to get me unstuck!
Greg Crabtree, CEO, www.SeeingBeyondNumbers.com
Roger C. Parker played a crucial role in the development of my ADHD Medication Rules: Paying Attention to the Meds for Paying Attention. Roger helped me construct the message, peel it down and use Mind Maps to create the clear organization. With Roger, you come closer to the humorous, intelligent, and seriously focused storyteller that anyone would love to listen to.
Dr. Charles Parker, www.corepsych.com
Roger Parker is a real pro when it comes to book proposals and the publishing business. Working with him online together completing a detailed table of contents for my next book took less than an hour, when my previous book took several weeks. He makes it that easy and it’s actually fun too!
Dan Schawbel, author of Me 2.0, www.personalbrandingblog.com
In 2007, Roger began coaching me on how to build both my local presence and my online business related to anger management. He helped me build the content I needed (using his one-page newsletter template), he provided copy for a new website (which is still there and working very well), and–most importantly–he provided a structure to integrate all my professional marketing pieces. This really helped my practice and my business. Sometimes he was a nudge, but I appreciate the fact that he gave me constant feedback, he kept me on track, and he motivated me to continue my marketing efforts. I have recently hired him again for a new project – an online marriage education program- and trust his magic will continue.
Dr. Anthony Fiore, www.MarriageCourseOnline.com
I hope you don’t get weary of me expressing my heart-felt gratitude for your influence especially on this project. It was your “99″ idea that got it rolling and so much more. It seems like everywhere I turn there is evidence of your help, even my folder structure. I hope you can get some mileage out of having a finished product example as evidence of the usefulness and practicality of your products and services. I am happy to be a case study if that is helpful.
As a “coach” at a defining turning point in my life, Roger provided numerous, one step at a time, assignments, worksheets and checklists which proved to be the key to a newfound ability to focus my time on my central project, even when time was more than tight. Roger is the Master, bar none, of professional “tough-love” mentoring.
Peter Ralston, www.RalstonGallery.com