- Choose the path which enables you to add the most value
- Add value to your relationships
- Pay it forward
- Find our what others really want
- Associate with value adders
( This blog follows on the previous blog “Add Value (1)”)
PAY IT FORWARD
Paying it forward is adding value to people’s lives without expecting anything in return.
There is a great movie on this. I think every one should have seen it.
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Buy the movie – you are probably going to want to see it again. Or pass it on to someone you know.
WHAT OTHERS REALLY WANT
This short paragraph from “Intimate Modeling, your FUN 7 week Course” is – up until now – the most difficult part for me. This is really out of my comfort zone.
I do not like or want to ask other what they think of dealing with me. For sure not placing a number on it from 0 to 10.
Of course I understand the value of this. And that by doing this I can add a lot more to the life of other people than I do now. Next appointment – in 3 minutes from now as I al writing – let’s try.
And I did – be it not in the shape as stated by Ken.
I am so happy that I now have a new agreement with a company that I wanted to work for since over a year. The coming days everything will be put on paper.
ASSOCIATE WITH VALUE ADDERS
As a last mindset for this week Ken suggests to associate with other value adders. Which is what I will do. It’s such a co-incidance that tomorrow I am invited to some kind of a seminar which attracts almost exclusively value adders. Great! That will be fun!
As usually I cannot make a straight connection with the training from Ken Haberman. But as the results grow – I intend to believe this training works.
The last few days:
- Agreement with a tent producing company the way I wanted it – beneficial for them and beneficial for human aid!
- Having been invited to an interesting seminar
- Got free advice and help to make a large terrace at the side of our house
- …. and a number of other small things.
Putting self development training to the test. In these blogs I am reading and testing the Intimate Modeling course from Ken Haberman.