238 - 3 Weird Lessons Gymnastics Training Has Taught Me About Business
Release Date: 04/22/2019
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It’s a great day for another episode of the Healthpreneur podcast! Yuri here, and welcome back to the show. I’ve been doing some gymnastics recently, and today I’m going to share three weird lessons that gymnastics training has taught me about business.
When I started doing gymnastics, I sucked at first. I wasn’t flexible, my form wasn’t right, and I just couldn’t seem to keep up with the workout. But, like anything else, with time and practice I started getting better and better. Does this sound familiar?
If you’re looking to accelerate or scale, you’ll improve in your efforts over time. Quit too soon and you’ll never see results. Tune in to learn what you should master in your business to see compounding growth over time.
01:00 – 05:30 - How I got inspired to pursue gymnastic training
05:30 – 11:30 - The first lesson: You’ll suck at first
11:30 – 15:00 - The second lesson: You must give it time and focus
18:00 – 21:00 - Lesson three: When you do the right things, you’ll see growth and scale
21:00 – 26:00 - What you need to do day 0 of business
26:00 – 30:00 - Why a coach is important for long-term success