Never Say Impossible Radio
Interviews Gary Smith



How many times have you said to yourself, ” if I only knew then what I know now?”


The magic of business knowledge and understanding can save you time, money, and needless stress as well as disappointment.  We all know that it takes years to acquire a vast amount of information, especially in the business arena.  It is particularly true because the way we conduct business and the way the world interacts with business is constantly evolving as more and better technologies become available.

 Why do we send our children to school?  So that they will have the information and training they need to go into the business world and decide what they want to do with their lives?   The same thing is true when you begin to develop a business as an entrepreneur or as you begin to develop a corporation.  Let us talk about social media.  Ten or 12 years ago no one was really using it to promote their businesses.  But, as time progressed and it grew more popular many business owners found themselves falling behind the eight ball because they truly did not understand what they needed to do to catch up and have an online presence. How much further ahead would their business be, if they had jumped on the bandwagon early on and took advantage of the millions of people social media reaches every second of every day.

 So what am I talking about?  I am talking about learning from a coach who knows what you have yet to learn and implement into your business to help you grow. If you try to do it yourself, you will grow slowly.  If you take advantage of someone else’s expertise and knowledge, chances are you will grow at triple digits in the same amount of time.  But many of us lagged behind and remained ” penny wise and pound foolish “.  Okay we have decided that a coach is the best way to go when you want to make progress quickly. However, choosing the right coach can be a daunting task. There are lots of questions you need to ask yourself and ask your potential coach. For example, are you the type of person who needs hands on one-on-one coaching, or is group coaching better for you with the input of the leader as well as your fellow students?  Do you need eye to eye contact, or is working on the phone a better option for you? We are going to be talking about some of those issues today with a very interesting guest.

I interview many coaches on Never Say Impossible Radio because I know their value and how important they are in helping people make the progress they want to see in their business and save them from disastrous results by trying to do it alone.  Today we are joined by a Master Business Coach named Gary Smith. He has over 30 years of experience as a very successful businessman with outstanding leadership skills.  He is the founder and creator of  Optimum Performance Technologies,LLC and the author of two new books.

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About Gary Smith and Optimum Technologies,LLC:

Optechs was founded in 1998 by Gary Smith, a successful businessman and entrepreneur. Gary had developed a reputation for being an excellent business leader and had a strong track record in driving organizations to new levels of achievement. As a by-product of growing several manufacturing businesses, Gary developed a business model that he began using to teach the secrets of business success to local business owners, management teams, and individuals. This business model, now referred to as the Optechs Model was the beginning of our company, and it is one of the cornerstones upon which our business is established.

Gary named his company Optimum Performance Technologies because:
His vision was to create an organization that would help businesses and individuals achieve Optimum levels of Performance, and he was committed to staying on the leading edge of personal and business development Technology.
Gary offers a wide variety of services to our customers, including consulting, training, and personal coaching.  Gary says,” have also developed a fine line of audio training products and books and we are continually adding to these tools.”