Surprisingly, there are a number of business lessons that can be learned from the game of baseball — 10 to be exact — and Marty wants to share those with you in this special report. Please don’t dismiss this report just because you might not be interested in sports, or if you only care about football or basketball. There’s some valuable lessons to be gleaned here, plus it’s fun to find business lessons in unexpected places.
You probably already know that baseball is known as America’s favorite pastime and brings enjoyment to millions of fans each season. The World Series is the highlight of the season when the two top teams play all out to be anointed with the title of being the best. Filled with memorable characters and fantastic rags-to-riches stories, with a rich history, baseball is more than just a sport for millions of people. It’s mom and apple pie — and now, business, too.
If you take a closer look, you’ll discover that baseball isn’t just a game for diversion and enjoyment, it’s also the source of a number of life and business lessons. After all, some of our culture’s most popular sayings — “You can’t win ’em all” — “He really hit a home run that time!” and, “He was out before he reached first base” — for example, all come from the diamond.
In this report, you’ll find some of the favorite lessons I’ve learned through watching this sport. Whether you’ve spent hours in the dugout yourself, or in the stands, or if you don’t know an RBI from HBO, you’ll find a lot of great inspiration, and maybe even a smile or two.Learn More/Buy
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