Conducting business with a laser focus on providing value to others is the surest way to short-term, long-term, and sustainable profit. Not to mention a business (and life) that is both fulfilling and extremely abundant.
Sharing how to do this will be the focus of this blog.
Actually, the posts will tap into — and, at times detail — all Five Laws of Stratospheric Success from John David Mann’s and my book, The Go-Giver.
My business partner, Kathy Zader and I, have created this blog with the intention to start and continue a conversation with you about what it means to live life and conduct business The Go-Giver Way.
It will serve as a resource where you can learn and grow and be able to apply these teachings. As such you’ll constantly and consistently bring value to everyone whose lives you touch. And, the results…well, they’ll speak for themselves!
It’s About Focus
A consistent theme you’ll notice is the importance of moving from an “I-Focus” to an “Other-Focus.” This does not mean you should be self-sacrificial or practice martyrdom (please remove all thoughts of such if they ever entered your head) 🙂 but simply approach every situation asking yourself how you can benefit the other person. Interestingly, the more you do that, the more abundance will come back to you.
Why? Because of something mystical or magical?
Not at all. Rather, because others naturally respond positively to someone they know is focused on bringing value (there’s that word again) to them!
“Money is an echo of value. It’s the thunder to value’s lightning.”
Thus, the focus must be on the value. That comes first. The money you receive is simply a natural result of the value you provide.”
And, this works even in non-monetary regards.
The blog archive is filled with articles that John David Mann and I originally posted on The Go-Giver website blog. Feel free — at your leisure — to go back through the archived posts, as they provide a combination of insights and teachings on what The Go-Giver Philosophy is all about.
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We wish much joy and success and look forward to having you as part of the going conversation.