The Real Deal with Jason Silverman – Featuring Brannon Beliso
Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman! This episode is absolutely awesome. If you are a part of the Martial Arts (or really any of the after school activity) Industry, you are definitely going to want to hear this one! It’s chock full of great information from somebody who’s been there and done that…you’re going to love it.
Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up with with ultra successful school owner and impact speaker, Brannon Beliso. Brannon truly pulled back the curtain and shared some of the exact steps he took (and continues to take) to build and maintain his successful business as well as the success secrets he shares with other school owners.
This podcast is going to be ideal for any and every business owner who is passionate about truly serving your clients and making a difference in their lives.
Strap yourself in and get ready to take some life changing notes and MASIVE ACTION! This is going to be great!
A little about Brannon Beliso…
Brannon Beliso is an Impact Speaker and Author, dedicated to helping people live their best life. He is also an 8th degree black belt, a former recording artist with 3 top ten hits in the Philippines, owner of One Martial Arts, one of the most successful schools in the martial arts industry, and the creator of One Merit Badges, an internationally distributed life-skills education system.
Brannon humbly presents webinars, workshops, and seminars with the mindset that we can all always do and be better. He is committed to being a student for life, and is a dedicated father, husband, and servant to the community.
Listen to today’s podcast and discover:
1) How can values, vision and purpose help the entrepreneur or small business owner?
2) How does a service versus a sales based business mindset and philosophy serve Brannon and how can it benefit other businesses.
3.) What does Brannon believe are the greatest challenges faced in the martial arts industry?
4) With all the associations, consultants, and groups out there hawking their systems as the end all be all, how does a business owner know what is truly the best to help them grow their business?