What predisposes people for greatness in life? Is it innate, or is the ability to achieve great things an acquired skill?
Without contradiction, while a few individuals seem to be more inclined to achieving greatness because of the class of society, they were born into, yet the larger category of people will have to develop and acquire specific essential skills to put them on the path of greatness.
Which brings us to the question, what are the essential skills any person must develop for a great future?
Here are a few of them:
• Mental strength
• Goal setting AND goal achieving
…I could go on with this list, but I decided to stop here because if your child possesses even just a few of the ones listed above, he or she would already have a huge advantage over 90% of the workforce (and population).
I know you want some of those skills for your child like any good parent. - NO, actually you want them all AND MORE….
But let me ask you a question; when was the last time you saw at your child’s school schedule the “Perseverance class”?
Has your child ever been taught a 100% commitment class? What about confidence? Mental toughness class? Anything…?
School is there to prepare your child to be a good worker bee but what is unsaid is “please do not be outstanding, - this is left for the rich and famous.” They are sent to elite schools where they get to network so they can stay within themselves. But have you ever heard that motivation beats talent?
Well, motivation, perseverance, and commitment can also get you a spot at the big players’ table because they still rely on outstanding people. If you can find your way to grow perseverance, commitment, motivation, and confidence, then you might get a piece of that game.
Or how else would you explain how a Springfield, Illinois lawyer who grew up in poverty, lost his mother at a young age, failed in business numerous times, wasn't "smart enough" to get into Law School, who battled nervous breakdowns as a teen, was bed sick for 6 straight months and lost 8 elections, finally became president of the United States of America!
As you may have already figured, I am talking about no one else but President Abraham Lincoln. That is the power of grit and perseverance at work.
What if I tell you that there is a place that will help to forge these skills in your child to give him a great chance at playing at the big table where decisions are made?
My name is Sensei Marcus Hinschberger, and my wife Christina and I are the owners of Tokon Martial Arts. As martial arts instructors, many discerning individuals consider us experts and authority when it comes to developing success skills, mental toughness, and resilience within children.
We have taught thousands of students around the globe how to strengthen and build commitment and how to forge an “I am unstoppable” attitude. We help students to set goals, and show them how to accomplish them. We teach our students how to gain more confidence and higher self-esteem. We help students to increase their focus, have more grit and learn how to persevere. We teach them how to shake off setbacks and try again one more time.
Our Karate school boasts of a high achiever atmosphere that will inspire your child to stay on track and also to keep on improving. With our training regimen, our students are given proven strategies for strengthening self-confidence and reducing fear, anxiety, and doubts.
We teach our students to excel, to improve and to overcome. The family-friendly atmosphere that we have at our school also creates a circle of friends that provide support, inspiration, and motivation to excel.
If you reach black belt level at Tokon Martial Arts, you will have done what many others will never do or accomplish, and you will have not only a different outlook on life but you will have the tools to succeed in your career and if desired, get it to take off.
If you are wise enough to invest in the future of your son, your daughter or for your whole family, then come and visit us at Tokon Martial Arts in Sacramento, let’s give them every tool their potential requires.
The right time to make a life-changing decision is always NOW
Make that move today!
Procrastination is a loser's game.
Enroll yourself, or even better your whole family today.
Call us at (916) 835 - 7717
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Sensei Marcus Hinschberger also runs a development training for industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and managers. This is known as Taitoku training and it is extremely helpful for self-transformation, team training, and organizational leadership. Taitoku is a coaching company for Fortune 500 companies and other corporations that want to expand their market size.
This training is pivotal to improving their productivity by strengthening their communication, confidence, focus, and potential continuously.
If you are a leader in your organization or you know one; Taitoku training is the place to be. Visit Taitoku or Contact Sensei Marcus directly at info@TaitokuTraining.com
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