Coach Jim Johnson

Are you continuing to strive for excellence?

How do you strive for excellence?

Continuing to strive for excellence can often be taken for granted and swept under the rug as we get distracted with our daily lives.  Being consistent and diligent with our habits are extremely important if we wish to continue to grow as a person.  How do you stay focused on striving for excellence each day?  In this week’s #CJJblog I wanted to give you some tips on how to consistently strive for excellence.  Enjoy.

  • Promotional video. If you are compiling a promo video, make sure you capture the viewers attention early and often, and maybe even do something out of the ordinary.  Make sure you include some sort of testimonial near the end and give them the key take away very early on to get them engaged.
  • If you are creating a YouTube video about striving for excellence, make sure you identify and discuss the problem for 50% of the video, and spend the other half helping to create solutions to the problem.  Have you created a YouTube video recently?
  • Part-time employees. Are you looking for part-time employees to help you strive for excellence?  I recommend using fiverr.com as it’s a quick and easy process.  Do you have any useful resources that you have used?
  • Teach followers. Don’t sell them.  Before someone buys something or engages you, they must feel that you provide value to them.  In order to strive for excellence in a video, make sure you educate the viewers first.
  • Be different. Not better.  Come up with a unique selling proposition and have something that sets you apart from the rest.
  • Stay connected. Add value to your audience and spend extra time with your top 25 clients.  How do you stay connected?
  • Smile often. Are you smiling right now?  Those who strive for excellence and engage others successfully are usually smiling and welcoming.
  • Sleep, Exercise, Eat right, Drink water, and have a Source of Strength

Did You Know?  Coach Jim Johnson was in Dallas, TX for a National Speakers Conference and got to tour the infamous AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys.  Highly recommended for anyone’s bucket list.

Life Tip #17:  Attend seminars and conferences in your field of study.  Always remember that clients pay for expertise.

 

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