One Thing: Day 43: Aaron Rodgers and Monday Night Football
Day 43: Aaron Rodgers and Monday Night Football
Last night I watched an epic game of football. Aaron Rodgers, you are a total legend and I love everything about the way you play football.
I was actually cheering for the Lions (Detroit needs something good to happen) but you have got to respect Aaron Rodgers if you’re a football fan.
The boy is pure grit.
The game got me thinking of a tactic I use and its today’s ONE THING.
Organize your day, and your client’s day like a football game.
I’ll warn you that I’m a Miami Dolphins fan and they’re the worst team in the NFL by a considerable margin.
A day is a game.
A week is a playoff series.
Each quarter (three months) a season.
Before the day starts the three most important things to accomplish that day need to be established.
Think 80 / 20 when establishing these three priorities. Also consider using sales targets.
Your day is comprised of four quarters.
If your client works 10 hours then set a timer (Apple watch or clock on their desk) to go off each 2.5 hours for the end of the quarter.
An 8 hour day would be each 2 hours and so on.
At the end of the day (game) whether it was a win or a loss, needs to be documented.
At the end of the week (assuming 5 days) they need to win 3 days to win the series and ideally sweep.
At the end of the quarter (3 months) you have your record. Start again with a new season and new record.
Use your imagination to get super creative here with yourself, your clients and staff.
Make the days harder to win as you go.
Obsessed with your business coaching success,
PS. The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus. ~ Bruce Lee
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Karl Bryan gets clients for Business Coaches...period. He is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Six-Figure Coach Magazine and Chairman of Leader Publishing Worldwide, home of the largest private community of Business Coaches (24 countries and counting) in the world.
His goal is straight forward… to help serious coaches/consultants get more clients.