How to Become a Virtuoso with Mike Rayburn

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a financial manager, a healthcare provider, or whatever it is you’re doing, we could all strive to be a virtuoso in whatever field we choose. 

But how do you become the best at what you do?

  1. Start with a decision.

Make the decision to become a virtuoso then act on that. Make a list of what would it take for me to become a virtuoso. Get coaching. Have a mentor. Reach out to people in your field and learn from them.

  1. Develop a “what if” mentality.

In everything you do, practice asking yourself “what if.” What if you open up the possibilities? What if you could do that? What would it look like? Sure, you may have never done this or that, but what if you tried that? Understand that every major accomplishment, invention, and victory in human history started with a bold “what if” question. 

By asking “what if,” it takes that fear away which is what holds us back most often. Whether it’s fear of failure, fear of success, or fear of rejection, the “what if” mentality puts all those fears aside and opens you up to new possibilities. 

At the end of the day, you find purpose when you find service. Find opportunities where you can step out in significant service so you can transform and become greater than what you actually thought.

For more information and resources on becoming a virtuoso, check out The Customer Service Revolution podcast. If you’d like to listen, head over to 010: Becoming a Virtuoso with Mike Rayburn

About The Author

Dave Murray

Dave is the Senior Customer Experience Consultant for The DiJulius Group and has helped dozens of companies create incredible systems that allow them to consistently deliver superior customer service. Dave’s experience has varied from leading call centers and front-line team members, to working closely with key partners and stakeholders.