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The Rob Skinner Podcast: Helping You Make This Life Count

Aug 18, 2021

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Today on episode 112 I talk To Dave Mitchell (

Dave is a devoted Husband, Father of three, Christian, and a Certified High-Performance Professional Coach. He has spent the last 20 plus years studying personal growth and leadership development.  His mission is to coach disciples & help them break through whatever it is that is keeping them from experiencing the "life to the full" God intends for them.

You’ll learn:

  • 4 things that block you from becoming the person you want to be
  • The three “E’s” of coaching that help people grow
  • The power of getting 1% better

All this and more on the Rob Skinner Podcast!

More about Dave Mitchell:

Some of his current coaching programs include: The Ironmen Team (for men disciples who own or run a business), The Magdalene Team (for women disciples who own or run a business), Lunch and Learns, Keynote speeches, and Church Leadership Workshops.  

The Joyful Life & High Performance are two of Dave’s latest coaching programs. They are a culmination of his professional training that changed not only his life, but the lives of those who he has been privileged to work with. 

Dave enjoys volunteering with his family both locally and in Central America.  A great joy in his life was serving as the Director for HOPE worldwide in the NY Metro Area and his time as the Chair of the National Chapter Advisory Board.

After a degree in Business from University of Massachusetts, Dave spent many years in the full time ministry followed by fifteen plus years in Corporate America in sales in which he worked his way up to VP of Sales.  He is certified in DISC and Energy Leadership personality and attitudinal assessments and serves as an Executive Director for the John Maxwell Team.  He is also certified in High Performance Coaching under Brendon Burchard.  

Dave has enjoyed coaching his kids sports, participating in triathlons, and serving in the Garden State Church.