I’m a martial arts FANATIC, as I’ve mentioned about a billion times. Mastery of any martial arts skills and mastering your marketing approach have a lot in common.
Here’s what you need to know in order to master your recruiting process…
You CAN can become too zealous when it comes to learning!
When I started martial arts classes, years ago, I went in with dreams of being the next Bruce Lee or Jet Li! I was ready to learn ALL of the fancy moves that wowed me so much on-screen. The school I attended offered a diverse selection of techniques to learn, and I signed up for EVERYTHING. I wanted to know it ALL! My goal was to become as well rounded a martial artist as I could become, and I felt that encompassed learning EVERYTHING there was to learn.
As a result, when I sparred, I used everything in my arsenal to win. I became frustrated when, to my surprise, I wasn’t getting exceptionally good at any of the techniques I was using. My instructor pulled me aside told me that he saw my potential, but I needed one basic concept:
You can study 8,000 different techniques, but by mastering NONE of them, you are ineffective when it comes time to use them.
You can master a few techniques, repeat those same few 8,000 times, and they will work for you on a more consistent basis.
Want to know how to put this philosophy to work in your business? Watch the video below!
Don’t settle for being good at what you’re doing. Get GREAT at it.
You simply can’t master everything at once. Focus on a few strategies at a time. You’ll have measurable results, be able to refine your process, and make success a consistent result!
What do you want to get good at?
What is it that you believe you should be focusing on to make this year your biggest year to date?
Comment below with your answers or any questions you may have!