The Million Dollar Question

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What would happen if more people in this world woke up each day and focused on the answer to this single question:

How do I make the world a better place today?

Instead, we’re taught to ask different questions as business people.

  • How do I get more leads?
  • How do I generate more revenue?
  • How do I sell my clients and customers more stuff?

Increasing your revenue might make YOUR world a better place. Or at least that’s what we’re supposed to think. But no one else cares about your revenue.

What they do care about is whether or not their world is better because you’re in it.

What’s worse, is that while that first question fills you with the energy of abundance, the second set of questions that most business folks ask fills you with the energy of lack.

Which energetic broadcast do you think is more attractive to everything you want?

So how could this work in the real world?

Let’s say you want to build a relationship with a high level prospective client. Well, the best way to make sure you NEVER do that is to walk up to her, introduce yourself, and start blabbing on about all of the great things you can do.

That’s attempting to make your world a better place at the expense of her world.

Instead, ask the question:

How do I make the world a better place today?

From there, you contact the prospect and explain you’d like to feature her in your interview series you publish. The interview series is focused on shining the spotlight on high achievers just like her.

With that single action, you’ve opened the door to building a relationship (by being valuable) AND you’ve made the world a better place by helping her to tell her story to others that can benefit from it.

Incomparable Experts don’t get the spotlight put on them because they shout and scream for the light to be focused on them… they get the spotlight because the light they shine on OTHERS is so bright, some of it can’t help but reflect back on them.

How can you make the world a better place, starting today?

That’s a real million dollar question.