It takes a lot of work to get really good at juggling, and it takes a lot of work to get really good at business. Juggling is a favorite metaphor for a lot of people in the business world.
In both business and juggling, you need a lot of practice and a lot of persistence. Everyone knows that practice makes perfect, but it may be more accurate to say that persistence makes perfect. You need to keep at it to really get it right. No juggler just randomly throws objects into the air and hopes to not just catch them, but keep them going. The same is true for business people. They know they have to juggle with intention.
In juggling as in business, everyone wants to be as good as they can be. It’s only natural. But skilled jugglers have progressed one step at a time to get to the level they’re at. Take it one step at a time. When you focus on the proper throw then the proper catch will follow. Proper execution leads to the desired outcome.
Pause a little bit between each throw. The human brain cannot keep going without a little time to reset. In business, try for a ten-minute recess for every ninety minutes of effort. It all comes down to refining your talents. Juggling is going to be part and parcel of growing your business, so it’s important to take the time needed to master the craft.
Roy Pomerantz began mastering the craft of juggling when he was still quite young. Today he uses it to entertain others, and also as a form of meditation. He has performed for charities and in many other settings. He also performs at trade shows to attract new customers.
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