WPE speaker focus: Ray Hutchin
We are so excited to have Ray back for a 4th year at WPE. We simply adore Ray and past attendees seem to agree with us rating him a favourite speaker. He is motivational and straight talking with his advice. He’ll leave you thinking “well of course I should do x, y, z, why didn’t I think of it earlier!”
Describe your company in 100 words or less!
We are a Business Coaching & Training Company that mainly operates in Essex, but we do have clients in London and the Isle of Man.
We offer a range of products and services from Free Introductory Seminars, Monthly MasterMind Groups, Workshops & Fortnightly and Weekly Coaching as well as our own Two Day Annual Conference.
We aim to help business owners in our unique way by giving them choice, working with them to help them grow and develop so their businesses follow.
We help in all areas of business including Sales & Marketing, Communication, Leadership, Finance, Time Management, Planning, Team Building, Culture, USP’s, System & Procedure, etc, etc.
What’s your USP?
Truly putting our clients first, I feel so many companies say they do and actually believe they do, but I believe they don’t. We make all our business decisions based on our Vision Statement, which includes “putting our clients’ needs first” even if it mean we will make no fee or receive a reduced fee.
What do you hope planners will learn on the day from your talk?
I will be happy if they all just took one thing and changed something they do for the better because of my talk. The greatest gift we have is to be able to learn more everyday and most people don’t. By learning more and more about ourselves we grow and therefore our business must grow as well.
How would your clients describe you?
Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Guru are amongst some of the flattering names I have been called, also one client calls me Coach – that always makes me feel good.
Have you ever had a challenging client and how did you deal with it?
Yes, by being Honest. It’s what we should do as coaches, so for me it was no big deal in what I had to do, but it was still difficult to do. However, the client did appreciate it and the relationship has strengthened because of that conversation.
What is your vice?
Food – the more calories the better
What’s the best piece of business advice someone gave you?
I can’t think of one piece that stands out, I take all the advice I can and then use what is right for me, (as we are all individuals).
Describe yourself in 3 words
Knowledgeable, Helpful, Fair
Name one blog you follow religiously
Jeffery Gitomer (Sales Caffeine Newsletter)
Photo Credit: Lloyd Dobbie