Let’s say you want to learn to play golf. I know, golf’s not for everyone but stick with me here. You want to learn to play, but more than that, you want to get really good at it. You take the time to research, test drive, and purchase the perfect set of golf clubs. You buy the shoes, a glove, a couple of cases of top shelf golf balls. Most importantly, you sign up for six months of lessons with a professional at your local golf course. You’re an excellent student. You never miss a lesson, you work hard, and before you know it, you’re getting the ball off the ground and it’s going in a straight line! Now, when the six months of lessons come to an end, what do you do next? You wouldn’t say to yourself, well, I guess I did it. I learned to play. Now I’ll lean my clubs in the corner of the garage and never pick them up again. Of course you wouldn’t! Remember, you didn’t just want to learn to play, you wanted to get really good at it. And there’s a big difference between learning to do something and being really good at it. So you capitalize on all the hard work you did over the last six months. You hit the driving range, you hone your swing, you get out and play as often as you can. You’ll have good days and bad. There will be times when you want to throw your clubs in the nearest lake. But then there will be moments when everything you learned comes together perfectly and you hit the ball like a pro. Those are the moments that keep you coming back for more.
Now let’s say you’ve attended one of our Weekend Intensive programs. You’ve had a transformative experience, a paradigm shift. You’ve learned new tools and strategies. Maybe during the weekend you even decided you don’t just want to learn these tools and strategies, you want to get really good at using them. You invested the time, you put in the work, but the weekend inevitably comes to an end. Now what? How do you capitalize on the investment and continue collecting dividends? Just like playing golf, if you want to continue to get better, if you want to achieve Personal Mastery, you have to go out and use the tools you’ve acquired. We’ve set up a system that will allow you to do just that. A system that will allow you to sustain the gains you’ve made.
Our Power Series Class expands on the concepts we cover during the weekend program. If the Weekend Intensive is like an individual lesson with the golf pro, the Power Series Class is like hitting the driving range where you have the opportunity to develop your skills by engaging with a local (or virtual) group of like-minded people. You’ll train one new tool, technique, or strategy each week while the members of the group support each other along the way. This is an excellent way to build on what you’ve learned during the Weekend Intensive and expand your skills.
We also offer 1-on-1 Personal Mastery Training with a certified IM Trainer. This is like having the pro right on the golf course with you, observing every swing and making adjustments along the way. You’ll work privately, monthly or weekly, with a certified Trainer who can deliver a truly personalized experience and further your training.
Joining us for a Weekend Intensive is a big step. But it’s just the beginning of your journey toward Personal Mastery. Don’t let that set of shiny new golf clubs collect cobwebs in the corner of the garage. Click HERE to learn more about the Power Series Class and our 1-on-1 Personal Training