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Bruce Lee Taught us the Power of a Mission!

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Bruce Lee Taught us the Power of a Mission!

Tuesday, December 25th, 2018

Bruce Lee, Enter the DragonBruce Lee was on a Mission to prove Kung Fu was the greatest form of martial arts in the World!

This Mission affected every Decision he made, and this set a powerful example for others.

What important lesson can we learn about the power of a mission from Bruce Lee?

 

Missions Attract Followers

Bruce naturally had the intelligence and charisma to convert enemies into friends, who became followers. Kimura had been the leading Karate master in Seattle who taught Karate at his Dojo. However, after being graciously defeated by Bruce Lee, Kimura showed wisdom by realizing that Kung Fu was in fact superior to Karate. He then embarked on a campaign to persuade Bruce Lee to teach him Kung Fu.

As Kimura spent more time with Bruce Lee, he learned about his burning passion to prove that Kung Fu was the greatest form of martial arts in the world. Bruce Lee set a powerful example by always following his mission and allowing it to determine his course of action. His dedication was so unwavering it was able to not only attract followers but also motivate them to make sacrifices for the cause!

Bruce Lee’s vision was so powerful that it prompted Kimura to take the enormous step of selling his Dojo to fund the Kung Fu school, against Lee’s wishes! He took massive action with no thought of the loss of prestige this would cause in the Karate community, nor did he give thought to the great financial risk he was taking. Kimura acted selflessly because he had come under the spell of Bruce Lee and his Dream… Kimura had adopted the Mission as his own!

Mission Demands Great Sacrifice

Once Bruce Lee’s Kung Fu school was started with the help of Kimura’s investment, it was later moved to Oakland, where it flourished. Everyone that believed in Bruce’s vision was rewarded with the success of the school and the income it generated. However, Bruce Lee once again heard his Mission call and knew that opening a Kung Fu school was just one step towards proving that Kung Fu was the greatest martial arts in the World.

Bruce Lee realized that his Kung Fu school’s success alone couldn’t spread the message about the greatness of Kung Fu to the whole world. Director Ed Parker convinced Bruce that movies could give Kung Fu the worldwide exposure he sought. This made him decide to walk away from his very successful Kung Fu school and leave for Hollywood.

Missions Lead to Success

Of course, the rest is history as Bruce Lee did accomplish his mission of proving that Kung Fu is the greatest form of martial arts. We know this because there are hardly ever Karate movies on TV or at the box office as Kung Fu has taken over Hollywood and the world, thanks to Bruce Lee’s dedication! When you dedicate yourself to a powerful mission, it attracts followers and keeps you on the true path and ultimately leads you to success! Therefore, if you’re a business leader then you should evaluate your mission and consider revising it until it has the ability to attract followers and incite people to take action for the cause!

Are you on a Business Mission from God, Like the Blues Brothers?

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

In the movie, “The Blues Brothers” Jake and Elwood are faced with the challenge of saving their Catholic orphanage.

This gives them a ‘Mission from God’ to raise the money by putting their band back together. Spoiler alert, the brothers do save the orphanage.

However, I wonder if being on a Mission from God could help your business succeed? (more…)

Do You Have to Hit Rock Bottom to Rise to Business Greatness?

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

When you think about business success in America you would probably assume that taking risks is instinctive for most entrepreneurs.

However, I realized merely ‘good’ or average companies don’t take risk.

Therefore, I wondered if taking risks and hitting rock bottom are required to have breakthrough success? (more…)

Can You Learn a Recruiting Lesson from Scarface?

Sunday, December 2nd, 2018

Scarface, recruiting,One of the downsides of this booming economy, is that the labor market is getting tighter making it difficult to find employees.

Of course, sales people are always hard to find, so this competitive environment makes it tougher!

However, cartels don’t have this problem, so could we learn a recruiting lesson from someone like Scarface? (more…)

Does El Chapo’s Rise Prove the 10 Thousand Hour-Rule of Success?

Friday, November 30th, 2018

Malcom Gladwell proved 10 thousand hours of practice were needed to become a breakout business Rockstar in his book Outliers.

Ever since I’ve read his book I’m am always looking for more examples to support his theory.

After watching Narcos on Netflix I am convinced El Chapo’s supports the 10,000 rule! (more…)

What Business Lesson Can We Learn from a Drug Lord?

Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

Business, Entrepreneur, InnovationI’m not saying we can learn business lessons from a fictional drug lord like Tony Montana in Scarface; but what about the real “God Father” of Mexico, Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo?

He is the subject of a new Netflix Original Film that covers the rise and fall of Felix Gallardo as he creates the first ever Mexican Cartel.

Gallardo made three critical business moves that helped him rise to the top of a criminal empire and we can learn from them! (more…)

What Are the Three Biggest Business Blunders of Apple Inc?

Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

business, apple inc., apple, apple watch, iPhone, At&t, marketing, product launchWhen you think of Apple Inc. you might conjure up an image of a business underdog that became a billion-dollar juggernaut that’s on the verge of cracking the trillion-dollar threshold. Of course, all of their out-of-this-world innovations, tech breakthroughs and beautiful designs might also come to mind. However, many don’t readily associate this unicorn business with major blunders; but they have made three disastrous decisions, what are they? (more…)


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