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    Success is Determined By Helping Others Solve a Problem

    Success is Determined By Helping Others Solve a Problem

    You are unique in your skills and tool set. NO one else in the world has your unique experiences and views on things.

    Just look at how Apple tanked in the time that Steve Jobs had been forced out, and how dominant it was, once again, upon his return. He understood what people needed, and how to help them – even if they didn’t yet know it!

    Only YOU have your special skills and views to share with the world. When you go out and share it with the intention of helping others improve their lives, the abundance of the universe will begin to flow to you.

    Perhaps it is because of the seemingly interwoven concept of life. That each of our lives, we are all more connected than we realize. Just think of the “6 degrees of Kevin Bacon”. Seriously, we are all just a few people away from others.

    So when we share a skill or ability that we have to help others improve their life or situation, word gets out. You quickly become an important part of the community.

    Let’s take the farmers reaping and sowing of wheat as an example. Based on common sense, and what we can actually SEE for ourselves on the wheat stalk, there are numerous seeds on EACH stalk (20-30 seeds per stalk on average, although this number can vary greatly according to this research from Oklahoma State University).

    This makes sense, as wheat had become one of the grains human rely upon for sustenance, in a variety of climates around the globe. (Those with gluten allergies and sensitivities, bear with me here…)

    But why has wheat proliferated? Why have oats proliferated? Barley? Soy? Apples? Because the YIELD is very high. One can plant 100 stalks of wheat, and reap 20-30x as much wheat as one had planted. Thus, making the harvest more plentiful.
    Ok, so farming isn’t your thing, let’s try another example: Let’s take a look at sports, specifically Magic Johnson, one of the best players to ever play the game of basketball. What made Earving “Magic” Johnson so unique as a player, was his realization that by focusing on learning about his teammates – and how he could make them better – he was able not only to win more, but have more fun and help them play better as well.

    The problem the world faces now, more so than the 1980’s when Magic began playing, is the “Disease of Me”.

    In my years working as a basketball coach, strength and conditioning coach, and business consultant, I’ve seen firsthand how devastating the “Disease of Me” can be to what would otherwise be great teams, and companies.

    Especially nowadays, as the proliferation of “1-person startups” and automation are becoming much more widespread, we see this “Me First” mentality.

    While many people wish to be millionaires, to become these huge successes, they fail to recognize one of the very basic tenets of HOW one is able to leverage their skills, talents, or ideas in order to become that success. That is: package your gift in a way that you can help as many people as possible…and afford others the opportunity to bring their unique skills and abilities to help you as well.

    Connection with other human beings and showing that we have skills and tools to help them, is an incredibly important part of the road to success – no matter what the field.

    One of the greatest parts of being a human being are the incredibly far-reaching connections that we can have with others. As the “The 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon” shows, our ‘human resources’ reach out much farther than we could imagine – yet so few of us actually take advantage of this!
    Here’s an example from the movies (based on a real story): “The Pursuit of Happyness” with Will Smith. The main character has bought into the bone scanner business in the 70’s. He has to rely on selling one of these 100 machines to a relatively small group of doctors in the San Francisco region. When he does sell a machine, he has money for the next six weeks. But if he doesn’t sell one, he starves.

    Realizing that he MUST find another way to support himself and his son (as the bone scanners are hard to sell), he sees working at the investment firm Dean Witter, helping others make more money by investing wisely.

    What I love about this story is not just that he changed his mindset in order to help others, but that he HUSTLED to help others. He was in early, having to figure out how to be the best in his class, while having to leave 3 hours earlier than his classmates, so he could pick up his son.

    “I had to do in 6 hours, what they did in 9…In order not to waste time, between calls I didn’t hang up the phone. I realized by not hanging up the phone I gained 8 minutes a day. I also didn’t drink water, so I didn’t waste any time in the bathroom…”

    In order for you to have the success that you seek, you must increase the impactand your ability to help others.

    When you have focus (the nail), and the ability to help many people (hammer) it’s like driving a nail through wood. The more people you can immediately help, the softer the wood, and the easier it is to drive the nail.

    This has been the idea behind many successful ventures in the history of man – from the Model T, to the smartphone. These inventions didn’t make the inventors money because they sold them for excessive amounts to just a select few people. They produced and sold them to help more and more folks improve their quality of life.

    It’s one of the rules of the universe: the more abundance/value you provide to more people, even more abundance will be returned to you. (By Menachem Brodie)

    3 Principales for Being Authentically Happy

    3 Principales for Being Authentically  Happy

    We believe that any results of our live today comes in the decision that we made to be HAPPY.  

    Today we want to share with you three of the most important principles that I’ve learned about authentic happiness. I hope they inspired you.

    1. We live the feeling of our thinking.

    As William Shakespeare famously wrote, “Nothing is either good or bad but thinking makes it so.”

    Being authentically happy starts with the realization that you are both the source and the cause of your own well-being.

    We never get to experience the world as it really is; we only get to experience our thoughts about the world. It wasn’t actually other people’s disapproval that made me unhappy; it was my mistaken belief that happiness is something that comes from outside of me in the form of approval.

    Even when it looks as though your emotional state is being dictated by your circumstances, that is never true. Your thoughts are the root of your emotions. Just get curious and ask yourself, “If I weren’t thinking this way, how might I feel differently?”

    2. Everything good is inside.

    We each walk around with two versions of ourselves. One is our unconditioned self, which is innocent, flawless, and untouched by any trauma, criticism, or injustice we may have faced in life. The other is a learned self, more commonly known as the ego.

    The primary role of the ego is to separate you from the truth of who you really are—a human being who is already complete, whole, and mentally and spiritually healthy. The ego believes that happiness is attained through material success, achievement, striving, earning, and deserving. I’ve often heard it described as “everything good outside.”

    But your unconditioned self is the much bigger, wiser you. It already knows that you are what you seek; that real happiness is what naturally happens when you dare to show up unedited.

    All the happiness you have been looking for outside of you can finally be yours when you stop chasing and start choosing.

    3. Our relationship with ourselves determines our relationship with everything else.

    One of the standout moments on my journey of self-discovery was hearing Dr. Robert Holden say, “No amount of self-improvement can make up for any lack of self-acceptance.”

    Every time I had tried to improve the persona I was presenting to the world, I moved further away from the inner satisfaction I was seeking. As soon as I started treating myself with more kindness and compassion, everything in my life got better.

    The more we are willing to love ourselves, in all our messy glory, the less we go searching for happiness in the wrong places. When we are comforted by our own self-love, we no longer need to find comfort through external fixes.

    Forgiveness is key. Start by forgiving yourself for all the times you have allowed your ego block your joy. And understand that the only reason you need to forgive is to restore yourself to the authentically happy person you are here to be. (By Paul Dalton)