July 14, 2024


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The Top 7 Things You MUST Do to Make It Big In The New Year by KJN Richard Hackworth

The Top 7 Things You MUST Do to Make It Big In The New Year by KJN Richard Hackworth

There must be some reason why certain people “make it big” while others continue to struggle along with no real gains for years.

There is. Whether you want to make your first hundred thousand or your first million, here are 7 things you must do to have a tremendous New Year.

*NOTE: These are in “countdown” format from 7 to 1.

7. *RESIST* distractions: I’m not a prophet, but I can predict with great certainty that you will be bombarded with more “New Programs” in the coming year than in any previous year. There will be program launch after program launch, the next big thing after the next big thing. You WILL drown in information if you don’t learn two simple words – “No Thanks”.

You simply CANNOT go from one style or program to the next and ever gain any momentum or see any significant results. I know, I know – these programs are enticing. Here’s the thing, though: if they don’t help you accomplish something you’re already trying to do, then they are just another distraction. Resist them.

6. *REFOCUS* your efforts: What would happen if Michael Jordan had tried to play basketball, baseball, football, soccer, and golf all at the same time? He’d have probably been “good” at all of them, but “great” at none of them. He achieved greatness by singling out what he was best at and focusing most of his efforts in that area.

You’ll find that this same principle applies to you and your martial arts business. If you spread yourself thin trying to do too many things, you’ll most certainly do none of them well. However, if you pick ONE primary aspect of building a martial arts business and devote your full effort and resources towards that area, we should see you on the All-Star team this year!

Ex. Don’t try to do Extreme Martial Arts, create your own style, write a book, etc. all at the same time. Find ONE stream of income and perfect it before moving on to something else.

5. *REACT* positively to setbacks: Yes, I’m going to get rah-rah here for just a moment and play the part of your personal cheerleader. 🙂

Listen, there’s not a single one of us who’ve had any level of success in the martial arts business who hasn’t had our share of setbacks, failures and flops. I know I have. The problem isn’t if you get knocked down, but if you fail to get back up.

You’ll waste money this year on useless ad promotions. You’ll regret the way you used part of your time. You’ll face great disappointment. You’ll fall flat.

Don’t stay down. Refuse to give in. Stand up and get back to work on making this YOUR year.

Okay, enough of the pep talk. 🙂

4. *REWARD* yourself: It always amazes me when I ask someone “what would you do if you made all the money, you want this year” and I hear comments like…

– I’d go fishing.

– I’d play tennis.

– I’d relax at the lake.

– I’d read more books.

And so forth. The question I then ask is, “why can’t you do that NOW?!”

Life is too short – way too short – to let it pass you by. Many of the things you enjoy doing can be done RIGHT NOW if you set aside time to do them.

What is the real measure of success – making money or enjoying your life?

3. *RESPOND* to appropriate offers: Having warned you previously about the dangers of buying every new “program of the week”, let me emphatically state that there ARE times when you SHOULD respond with a “Yes” to certain offers.

And that time is – “When the offer will HELP you do something you’re already trying to do, especially when YOU seek out the program.”

For Example: If you want to start your own Martial Fitness Program, then by all means buy a promo pack that teaches you how to do so…but DON’T buy a promo pack that teaches you how to buy and sell “Punching Bags.” You need to purchase materials that will help you complete the task you’re trying to finalize and avoid things that take you away from that task. See the difference?

2. *REMEMBER* to manage: The problem for most people is learning how to implement all the components of martial arts marketing (You know the drill: prospecting, demos, web sites, traffic, etc.) into one day-by-day workable plan.

That’s where it falls to pieces for most people. They’ve got all these ideas and all of this information and all of these new enticing offers in their faces simultaneously…

And they don’t know what to do next.

It’s not about “marketing”, it’s about “management”.

You need – above everything else – to figure out how to MANAGE your martial arts business and all its components so you can systematically build your business one step at a time, one day at a time.

1. *RECEIVE* personalized business coaching: Let me ask you a simple question: which of these would you prefer… A map or a tour guide?

Listen, one of the reasons why building a successful martial arts business is so challenging is because there is an abundance of “maps”, but very few “tour guides”.

Books, reports, audios, videos, articles – these are a dime a dozen. But where is someone you can talk to, ask questions to get advice from, get customized help for YOU and YOUR martial arts business? That’s a bit harder to find, isn’t it?

Especially at a price you can reasonably afford. Yet, getting someone to personally SHOW you how to do it is an important, if not required, piece of the puzzle. I encourage you to find a mentor this year. Find someone who is willing to invest time into YOU PERSONALLY. Not an entire group of people on a call, but rather interact with YOU one-on-one.

That’s what will ultimately help you more than anything else you do in the next 12 months – to have someone who’s already learned the ropes work with you personally to teach them to you.

CONCLUSION: If you do these seven things that we’ve looked at here in this article, then there’s no reason why you can’t “make it big” in the coming year. The important thing is to remember that information is just information until you act on it. What you’ve read are just words on paper that have no real value until you put them into practice. So, how can you put all seven of these things into action at once? Join our Martial Arts Business Accelerator Program. We have been building the world’s most successful traditional Korean martial arts schools for more than 10 years and your school could become one of them. Contact me to get started today to make the coming new year your best year ever.

To your health, wealth, and success,

Richard Hackworth


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