As an example, marketing expert Seth Godin says a book is one of the best investments in the world. And people who pay more for concert tickets are more likely to attend a performance. Sadly, this is a question leaders rarely ask. Most people think primarily in terms of cost. People come pre-loaded with beliefs about value that keep them from seeing how much value they can get from anything. They think the problem is the lack of value. But really the problem is their lack of commitment to create value.
Our company has worked with clients and companies to make tens of millions of dollars through our work and save countless hours of fruitless work and drastically increase satisfaction and love and joy in their work. You see, the price burns when my clients hire me. You see, I charge what I charge not to make it easier for people to hire me. I charge what I charge because the work I do is sacred.
And I know that where a person puts their money will define what is sacred to them. I want them to value our time as sacred so they will create more value from it for themselves and for those they love and lead. Am I creating as much value from this as possible? Am I utilizing this fully?
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Now, there are lots of ways to invite people to commitment. I know a leader who mentored younger leaders only if they committed to showing up at a coffee shop at 5 a. And when they showed up, they made the most of it because they were sacrificing something to be there. In your relationships. In your organizations. In your job? In your relationships?
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Which one can we switch or push back if we want to add this event to our week? I finally fessed up to this in my replies to people, and eventually learned how to use it as a way to say no. Steal this script and insert your own dream project. Sometimes I get requests that I just cannot do. I was asked to travel halfway around the world for a conference the same weekend as my baby was due to arrive.
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When my schedule is already full, I like to match great opportunities with people that could be an even better fit. It might not be the right time for them, either.
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Have you considered these other speakers as possibilities? Practice speaking up. Draw finite lines. Your goal is not to be well-liked, but well respected. Saying no commands respect and attention.
People may balk at your first use of the word no, but will grow to respect it overtime. It's a preference, not a demand for everyone else who joins the group. So, why is it so much important who got star? Having star don't got absolutely anything to do with leading. Horribad idea. So no one can be the 1st person to join your group without becoming the leader? I DARE you to say that while in a group for elite Caught in the Web or some other activity that requires great teamwork in order to have a chance at success.
Believe me, having the star makes it clear who leads and gives directions.
And why not? It would be interesting to hear why.
Some people don't care about leading stuff. Others do. Thats why they can prefer to defer the star. Back in the old days, you just wrote "need guide" in the comments.
Personally, I respond better to "need guide" than "you come lead my group. Fair or unfair, to me it means one of several things: 1 The player wants to pike. Practically, if I join the group and also don't want to lead, it means the party is likely to be wandering around, blowing up or walking into traps or getting lost in the wilderness. Likely there will be drama where people accuse others of "not helping" or "zerging" or whatnot.
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