Others are required to help you become successful-
if you want your ripple effect to endlessly expand
“Help others get what they want and you may
find that you get what you want too.”
Yesterday I spent time with a new client and a someone I recently met. Fascinating, but not surprisingly, both these highly successful people are extremely generous regarding helping others to succeed. They both understanding success is far from a “one man journey”.
The time I spent with both of them, I noticed how they were authentically happy with serving, helping, wisdom-sharing, and enjoying the company of others.
BRILLIANT BREAKTHROUGHS BIG QUESTION:
Do you invite others to “play” your game with you?
Too often we hear, “…it’s lonely at the top…”. There is great truth in this, because not many people make it to the top. However, it isn’t lonely when you bring others along with you!
BRILLIANT BREAKTHROUGHS BIG TIP:
Take and hour to learn more about “Servant Leadership” and infuse your business with this way be being.
That’s right, go search what servant leadership is. Oversimplified, I say it is “the art of learning to serve others”. Good leaders lead others. Better leaders lead other leaders. Exceptional people are leading other leaders by serving them- typically from the back of the room. Take time to learn more about this leadership style. It will help you serve others effortlessly and for all the right reasons. As a by-product of doing this effectively, you are served well in return.
QUOTES TO SUPPORT YOUR SUCCESS:
“All that’s really worth doing is what we do for others.”
“Never climb over others in your desperation to reach for the stars.”
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Please feel free to comment what you notice when leaders are serving others.
THANKS FOR ALLOWING ME TO HELP YOU IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS!
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p.s. Servant Leadership emerged in the 1970s when Robert Greenleaf wrote about it. There are Servant Leadership groups throughout the country. Do a search and explore more about what it is and how you can accentuate it as a way of being for your business and your life.