Skyline Marketing: Why it takes 10,000 hours to become a master

Skyline Marketing Sales Investiment TIme Growth
Share Button

Sales and marketing experts, Skyline Marketing, has revealed why it takes 10,000 hours to become a master in any industry. Jamie Talbot, CEO has shared how their independent contractors can win a fantastic prize by demonstrating a commitment to the 10,000 hours rule. 

In a recent interview with GQ magazine, Antony Joshua explained his approach to training and spoke of the dedication required to become the best in your field. The 27-year-old boxer is firm in the belief that it takes at least 10,000 hours of personal investment to master any craft. Each day, Joshua assigns over thirteen hours of the day to strict practice, getting up at half six in the morning and finishing at 8pm. His schedule consists of running, stretching, and three gym sessions spread evenly throughout the afternoon.

Joshua’s meticulous approach has inspired Skyline Marketing’s Jamie Talbot (Managing Director). He has taken the 10,000-hour rule as the firm’s motto for personal development and success: “I want to encourage every one of our contractors to start making steps towards becoming an expert in their field”, said Mr Talbot.

Keen to motivate their team, Skyline Marketing has announced the latest of their competitions being held for contractors. Fittingly, staff have been offered the chance to win tickets for the Anthony Joshua versus Wladimir Klitschko bout, which takes place at Wembley Arena on 29th April. How are the lucky winners chosen? The terms are simple; whoever best commits to the 10,000-hour rule will get to witness the spectacle, likely to be a historic match for boxing. The IBF heavyweight world title will be on the line, and Joshua hopes victory over the Ukrainian will herald a new era for the sport, in which the ‘torch’ is passed down to a new division of up-and-coming talent.

Skyline Marketing is looking forward to rewarding their most committed team members, hoping to motivate their contractors to maximise their full potential. Their methodological approach to success has seen the outsourced sales company consistently increase revenue since their launch in 2011.

Skyline Marketing’s rapid growth seems directly linked to their recruitment and training techniques. Though they outline that passion and talent are important factors in creating performance, Mr Talbot endeavours to offer his team members necessary motivation and upskilling opportunities so as to build a stronger and more lucrative culture around the company.