Commitment to Succeed: The Chet Holmes Method
If you want a business trainer to really put you on track, Chet Holmes is the person to help you jump starts your business. Along his career path, he has raised from a simple salesperson, to America’s top marketer and co-founder of Business Breakthroughs International, an industry leader even in times of crisis.
Chet Holmes’ method of training starts with one basic principle: pigheaded discipline. If you cannot grasp its meaning, then everything else is worthless. Pigheaded discipline helped Chet Holmes progress from salesperson to manager of 9 divisions of billionaire Charlie Munger’s corporation and on to coach for the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. The same principle can drag your business out of morass and put in on the fast lane to success.
You don’t have to sacrifice everything to succeed. Chet Holmes’ managerial style is based on working smartly, not harder. It is ludicrous to think that the CEO of McDonald’s works 10,000 harder than the manager of Ol’ Joe’s Fried Chicken, isn’t it? The concept of staying put in your office for days and nights in a row has no place in the strategy that brought Business Breakthroughs International among the most profitable businesses in America.
You may have fantastic management ideas, but if you don’t master your own time management, you may never be able to see your ideas at work. Chet Holmes knows it only too well. before he perfected his time management routine, he was just another overworked manager with no time for his business growth plans and for his family. Bringing clarity to your daily schedule, prioritizing and cutting short time-mongers who’ve just had “a brilliant idea” and want to share with you are the first steps towards a coherent day at work Your purpose is to be a productive manager, not an office-bound manager.
Are you ready to kick your old routines and embrace Chet Holmes’ methods? Do you want to take your business to the next level and discover the true meaning of success? Remember, it all begins with pigheaded discipline. Once you’ve embraced it, all will come naturally.