“Practice is doing enough repetitions of something that you become mentally and physically exhausted.”
My karate teacher said something to that effect this morning and it occurred to me that the same is true in business.
If you don’t offer the best product or service you are eventually going to fail.
The only way to offer the best service is to keep improving your craft, and in turn your offer.
One of the reasons I started Profiit Academy Daily is because I wanted to get better at writing email, since, as I have discussed in the past, it is probably the most impactful form of marketing., so writing an email every day gave me an opportunity to practice, with a requirement of living up to my obligation to you guys as my motivation to keep at it.
I have definitely seen an increase in effectiveness from my sales emails as a result.
Jim, myself, and the rest of the Legiit team talk literally all day every day about what things we can change, big or small, to make Legiit the industry leader and the Amazon of digital services (remember that’s the Endgame).
But whatever it is you offer, or whatever it is you do, you MUST carve out some time to practice and get better.
Not only is it necessary in order to make a Profiit, it is the right thing to do… you have a moral obligation to your customers and to yourself to produce the best that you are capable of at all times and practice is the way to get there.
Do you spend time practicing your craft, or to use an analogy, sharpening your sword?
Let me know in the Profiit Academy Daily Facebook Group.
Also please make sure you vote in the poll on what you would like our first livestream to be about. It is likely to be Friday afternoon at 3pm. EST.
Talk to you tomorrow.