Lessons From the Field #23:
Who, Not How
Since you were a child, you were taught to learn how to do things on your own. As you watch today’s 55 seconds, you may want to ask yourself:
When you think about it, you can only do a few things very well. Why not let others who love to do what you do not, do it for you
One difference between humans and animals is as a human you can visualize your future.
Yet people get stuck trying to figure out how to realize the possibilities before them?
In their book Who, Not How, Dan Sullivan and Ben Hardy reveal the secret to a transformational life…one where you can accomplish almost anything you envision.
Looking at a bicycle for the first-time, you were probably paralyzed trying to figure out how it could ever work…until someone, “a who,” came along and got you going.
Being a family fiduciary is much harder than riding a bike.
This is not about hiring someone to do it all for you…but finding a who to help you get your family members and family money moving together toward the brighter future that you see.
Who is your who?