Whether you want to rise the ranks in your job, or might want to have a successful business of your own.
Turns out there is a really important factor in being super-successful.
Forbes magazine put out an article about Steve Jobs and why he was so successful.
A scientist did an analysis on why Steve Jobs was so successful.
And this factor had nothing to do with his intelligence or vision.
So what did his success have to do with?
It had to do with networks.
And more specifically something called an “open network.”
Closed networks are one where you interact with the same people over and over, whether big or small.
Open networks are where you are constantly being exposed to new people.
Why is this so important for major success?
Because it exposes you to new thinking and IDEAS.
Let alone relationships through which ideas are communicated.
I’ll bet you are already smart.
But smarts alone don’t cut it these days.
Both networks and action-taking are hugely important for success like this.
Now I know what you might be thinking…
“David, I don’t want to be as successful as Steve Jobs. I just want to be normally successful.”
Yep I hear you, I don’t really have any desire to be as successful as him either.
(And if you do that’s great!)
But I am an ambitious, success-seeking guy, that has had a good measure of success, but craves more.
Maybe you are too?
And if you aren’t very successful yet it’s really not your fault, it’s just that you don’t know how to get there.
One thing I know for sure, is that the more people I meet, the more connections, relationships, ideas and feedback I get.
Look, I think one can probably create success all alone, locked in their room with a computer.
But it’s much, MUCH HARDER and far less enjoyable, too.
That’s why you are here to learn how to do right?
To learn how to meet people more easily to have the success you really want, especially in terms of you career path – true, isn’t it?
That is where private coaching can help get you there far faster than on your own, or beyond a self-study course.
I’m going to be honest, to private coach with my you have to have a lot of ambition and a decently stable career of some kind already – because coaching is an investment.
My programs are full support and immersion and not just session by session.
If you want to save time and get on the right path far sooner rather than later.
My one-on-one programs also go beyond just wanting to get to “normal” they are designed for those men who are truly ambitious.
If that’s not you, that’s all good, really. That is why I have other programs.
It’s why I’ve hired my own coaches and mentors and continue to do so to this day.
If you really do have the ambition and drive to be successful, want the confidence and social skills to be an action-taker and relationship-maker so you can have the success you want, then maybe it really is for you.