How to keep your
Seat at the table.
How do you keep your seat at the table? The answer is contained in this simple quote,
“When you think you have done enough, do one more.”
Why is this attitude so important – because it teaches you one of the most essential skills for life: to motivate yourself, to keep pushing, to keep going, to never be satisfied because you know you can still improve.
I don’t know who came up with that nonsense that at a certain age you are getting too old to be hired for a new job. This has never and never will apply to me. However, I can see how somebody can come up with this nonsense and how it made its way into human resource.
It comes from the general attitude that most people in society have. When they reach a certain age and a certain level of professional qualifications, they stop learning.
They stop doing that one more repetition, taking that necessary extra step.
are satisfied with their current status not realizing that things
around them are still evolving and still growing. They basically reach
their comfort zone. If you get trapped into this kind of mindset then
indeed, you are not only too old to be hired, but you are also too lazy
to be employed.
You are no longer hungry and since you are no longer hungry, then indeed it is time for you to get up and leave the table.
When I tell my friends and family that “I’m still in school.” I get replies like, “Why Marcus? Aren’t you a little too old for that?”
Why? Because I am a lifelong learner. I am a self-developer, a self-improver, and a self-cultivator.
To them I am crazy – to me, they have it all wrong. They use their age, their accomplishments and what they might have to excuse themselves from learning and evolving. I am sorry, but your seat at the table is already endangered and is set to be taken.
My name is Sensei Marcus Hinschberger. My wife Christina and I are the owners of Tokon Martial Arts. We are considered by a lot as an authority when it comes to teaching students how to give it a go one more time, and how to cultivate a life-long learning habit.
We have taught thousands of students around the globe how to strengthen and train commitment and how to get that “teachable” attitude that will help you to maintain your seat at the table.
We help YOU to set goals, and accomplish them.
We teach how to gain more confidence and higher self-esteem. We get students to increase their focus, have more grit and learn how to persevere.
In our Karate school, we create a high achiever atmosphere that will inspire the student not only to stay on track but to keep improving. We strengthen confidence and reduce 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 creates a circle of friends that are supportive, inspiring and motivating to excellence.
If you reach black belt level at Tokon Martial Arts, you will have done what most others will never do or accomplish, and you will have not only a different outlook on life but have the tools to succeed in your career and if desired make it take off.
If you want to make a wise decision for yourself, your son, your daughter or for your whole family then come and visit us at Tokon Martial Arts in Sacramento.
Become a lifelong learner and keep your seat at the table.
We are here for you. The right time is always NOW.
Procrastination is a loser’s game
Enroll yourself, or even better your whole family today.
Sensei Marcus Hinschberger is the CEO of Taitoku Training, a coaching company that teaches CEOs of organizations self-transformation, team training, and leadership. Taitoku is a Self-development Training for Businesses, Fortune 500 companies and all kinds of corporations.
His training in martial arts teaches leaders of corporations about optimizing their productivity by improving their effectiveness, confidence, focus, and potential in a sustainable manner. Through his teachings, companies can enhance communication, productivity, teamwork, profits and expand their market size.
Are you aware of any corporation that can benefit from his training? Please visit Taitoku or Contact Sensei Marcus directly at info(at)TaitokuTraining(dot)com