I’m about to challenge you in a really BIG way, .
There’s even a chance it’ll make you feel slightly uncomfortable…
Maybe even have you reaching for the tiny X in the corner of your browser.
But that’s perfectly alright…
Cause as an entrepreneur committed to your growth and success, it’s a message you absolutely have to hear.
There’s just no escaping it.
It’s the topic of GIVING.
And despite the well-publicized cases of super-givers like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg (easy for them right?), it’s a subject that most entrepreneurs struggle with.
In fact, there’s this crazy myth that “giving” only really happens once you’ve “made it”.
But I’m here to argue (and confirm through experience) that giving is actually HOW you make it.
Giving and growth are really just two sides of the same coin.
Stinginess doesn’t scale, and the ONLY way to sustainably invite more wealth, love and support into your life is to give it away first.
So to help you take that leap… or encourage you to make an even GREATER one, I shot you a quick video outlining the 3 ways you can start giving more:
Now I’m not exactly sure why it’s so hard for entrepreneurs to step into a life of more giving.Maybe it’s because we’re so attuned to the struggle – the long hours, lonely nights and financial risk that we take on just to build our thing.
Perhaps this sacrifice makes us feel like we have the right to keep what we earn.
And we absolutely DO have that right.
But along with that right, we also have the responsibility to support and enrich the world around us.
And as you’ll learn, doing so is actually the most effective (and counter-intuitive) growth hack you’ll ever learn.
So whether you’re struggling to get over the “hoarding hump” or are already an altruistic all star, today’s video will teach you how to level up, give more away (and get back more in return).
Once you give it a spin, leave a comment below letting me know which of the 3 ways you plan to put into action today.
And as always, if you have a friend that can benefit from the message, step up and give them the gift of a share.