Here’s Why I Don’t Help People

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I get plenty of calls from people that need my help. I’ve spent countless hours mentoring and sharing a lifetime of experience.

But as I talk to owners, I’m constantly reminded of a quote I saw from Tony Robbins: “Just because they SHOULD do it, don’t mean they WILL do it.”

After pondering that for a while (I’m an excellent ponderer…), I’ve decided that going forward, I’m not going to help people who NEED my help. I going to help people who WANT my help.

Big difference.

Now don’t get me wrong, I love helping people. After all, I’m giving up my time to present CozTalks on a warm Caribbean island this week. LOL https://teamcozumel.com/optin.

But I must narrow my focus to those who WANT my help. Some of my students who run schools are not very successful, but the ones who listen and take action are are very, very (I’m talkin’ a million bucks a year) successful.

So in order to help those who WANT my help, I’m ramping up little project I’ve been working on for a while. It’s called Dojo Nation University.

Now while those of you that know my academic background may be laughing your asses off at the thought of the words ‘university’ and Randy Reid in the same sentence, I assure you that although I can’t spell CAT if you spot me the C and the A, I do know a little about the martial arts business, and my friends know even more.

And those friends, who are the absolute best in this profession, have agreed to help.

So I put together a little package that I think will help the Dojo Nation community. There are five parts and I think you folks are going to love it.

It’s got marketing courses, education, group coaching and a powerful community.

Take a look, jump in for a free test drive, give me some feedback and let’s build something we can all use and be proud of.

Here’s the link:   https://tribebuilderpro.com/prime

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