Our ultimate goal is to help others achieve their truly desired Personal End Goals
We believe Personal End Goals
Most people allow their means goals to distract them from their truly desired end goals.
This following must watch video brilliantly explains the difference between End goals and Means goals
We also believe
Why do we believe that?
A common goal-setting mistake is to confuse end goals with means goals.
End goals define outcomes where you’re unwilling to compromise — they describe exactly what you want.
Means goals, on the other hand, define one of many paths to reach your end goals.
In terms of achieving your truly desired End goals:
Which is the most valuable a great idea or a great network?
How many truly great ideas have you seen fail simply because they were not connected to a great network of advocates and others who can help you with great advice, coaching and mentoring?
When you build a high-quality network of Know Like & Trust advocates, you are of great value to others who have great ideas who may prefer to reward you for helping them promote their great idea rather than to take the risk of employing business development professionals who may or may not achieve their desired
When it comes to building a network, most people
- Greatly overestimate what is possible in the next 6 months
- Greatly underestimate what is possible in just a few years