Yesterday, I talked about an exceptionally rare, yet extremely important, trait of the ultra successful.
I’ve noticed that people who don’t develop this highly-sought after skill set usually end up settling for a less than a satisfactory job or income.
And that usually doesn’t align with their gifts and talents.
But, before I reveal this rare trait, found only in the most successful people, you have to understand where this comes from…
Last year, I had something happen to me that I wouldn’t wish on anyone.
And it quickly motivated me to take what I teach my 6 and 7-figure clients and condense it down to the student level.
My son had two friends in two years who both committed suicide.
When I got the tragic news, I was horrified.
Then I started to think how that could have easily been my son, too.
Anxiety…lack of purpose…overwhelm.
They all seemed to pour out of my son as he shared what he was going through too.
That’s when it hit me like the proverbial ton of bricks.
My kids needed to know how to find their purpose.
Because they didn’t have the one skillset they need to prepare for success in the future.
It’s how you learn to gather up the puzzle pieces in your mind, fit them together, and solve problems.
System thinking helps you discover how to make what I call precision decisions.
Those decisions that line up with what can help you be happy and successful.
And that’s why, for the past 20 years, I’ve been teaching entrepreneurs, corporate employees, and business owners how to system think.
Because it was NEVER available, and no one ever taught it to them before.
By far, the most overwhelming feedback I’ve gotten is how much easier life would have been if they’d only learned this skillset earlier.
Before now, this information was only available to my highest level clients who pay me tens of thousands of dollars per year to learn this.
However, I made the decision to get this into as many hands as possible.
So, I’ve made it available to anyone inside my new system thinking program YOUniversity.
AND, I’ve made it affordable.
Affordable enough that I believe most any parent can give their kids the gift of system thinking.
But fair warning…
I’ve only made it available until tomorrow.
Get the details when you click or tap this link:
P.S If you have any questions, leave me a comment or send me an email. And I’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.