Margo Geller Business Coach
Margo Geller

 I am MarGO Geller, a licensed counselor, business development coach and certified retirement coach working at the intersection of psychology and business.   My unique combination of counseling and coaching talents helps my clients get quicker and better results!  I combine competence, compassion and creativity to help my clients stay focused, motivated and successful.

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Hiring Margo as my business coach was the best decision I have ever made, and was worth every dime! Working with her has helped me and my business soar!
June Carlson
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A Secret About Complaining

May 12, 2015
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Complaining is expressing dissatisfaction or annoyance ABOUT a state of affairs or an event.  Judgment is a critical component of any complaint.  The secret about complaining is that there is a difference between complaining and expressing YOUR feelings.  Expressing your feelings is healthy.  Complaining is not. In business and life, many people believe they are […]

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Stop Blaming!

April 28, 2015
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People in difficult relationships often blame others for their unhappiness.  It could be a boss who demands too much, a spouse who doesn’t make time to be together or a friend who isn’t supportive enough.  Blaming others impacts your personal power and ability to be in charge of your own happiness. I worked with a […]

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The Power of Personality

April 21, 2015
Power of Personality

While managing your emotions is important, so is understanding and learning how to manage your personality.  In Business and in Life, getting along with others is necessary for success! No two people have exactly the same personality.   Our brains are uniquely wired.  When you are a good manager of your personality you bring out the […]

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Just Say NO!

April 7, 2015

Setting Boundaries by saying, “No” can be difficult for anyone.  You don’t want to hurt, upset or disappoint.  Learning to say no is hard but worth the effort.  Many of the professionals I have helped wished they had not taken on certain clients.  The client doesn’t take their advice, questions the bill, isn’t responsive; no […]

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Unique Qualifying Questions

March 24, 2015

In my professional counseling and coaching business, almost all my clients have struggled with client selection.  What tempts you to take on a client when you know down deep it isn’t a good fit?  You may be tempted to take the wrong client for “good” reasons.  Business may be slow, someone you like referred them […]

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Knowing What To Do is The Easy Part

March 11, 2015

Working toward a challenging and important goal is not easy even if you intellectually understand what needs to be done.  Clients have come to me after participating in expensive marketing courses tailored to their specific professions, such as financial planning, law or accounting.   These courses provided the essential tips, tools and techniques to attract more […]

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Robust Referral Relationships: Part Two

March 4, 2015

Ideal Referral Source Someone who really, really wants to help you and loves making connections is an Ideal Referral Source. They speak with enthusiasm, are very convincing and love to share whatever they are excited about whether it is a good restaurant or a job well done by a terrific professional. Your Ideal Referral source […]

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Robust Referral Relationships:  Part One

February 24, 2015
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Ideal Referral Partner A strong referral partnership with another professional is the fast track to getting more and better clients. An Ideal Referral Partnership is a mutually beneficial relationship with a complimentary and non-competing professional or someone within your profession who has a complimentary specialty.  An Ideal Referral Partner across professions could be a real […]

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Business Building 101: Attention, Affection, Appreciation

February 11, 2015
Attention, Affection, Appreciation

As a personal and business coach, I believe in the power of Attention, Affection and Appreciation, “The Three A’s”.  You can be great at what you do, but if you don’t pay attention and express appreciation for the relationships you care most about, your business won’t thrive.  By practicing a daily awareness of The Three […]

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PR Professionals:  Pros at Being Responsive

January 28, 2015
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If all my clients behaved like my Public Relations clients they would be so much more successful.  These PR professionals always get back to me on the same day that I contact them.  It is very impressive and refreshing. They learn this habit from their early years working for big PR agencies where the higher […]

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