Even the crappiest fisherman who shows up to the lake everyday and casts his reel will catch something. It’s a universal law. You cast your reel 20 times and maybe you get a bite. The fish might be tiny and isn’t a trophy but at least it’s something.
It doesn’t matter if you’re Mr. Desperate, Mr. Muscle, Mr. Travel, Mr. Smooth, or whatever, you always have the option of playing the numbers game.
On the other end of the spectrum you have the pros — the guys that can catch the big fish with fewer casts. They know the lake and where the big fish hang. They’ve got the area mapped. They know the bait the big fish like to eat. They know the best time to fish. They know the logs the big fish like to hide underneath.
Being good at anything requires playing the numbers game. If you want to get more subscribers to your YouTube channel then you have to put out more videos. You have to put out a focused message. You have to think about others needs.
The numbers game is a universal force that exits for anyone to tap into. All you have to do is cast your reel and see what bites and go from there.
No matter what it is — politics, blogging, building a social media platform, or fishing, the numbers game is at play.