Who Not How: The Formula For Achieving Bigger Goals With Dan Sullivan, Dr. Benjamin Hardy, Joe Polish, and Dean Jackson
Achieving bigger and better goals doesn’t have to mean more work, more stress, or even more knowledge to get it done. Listen in as Ben Hardy, Dan Sullivan, and Joe Polish share a simple formula to skyrocket your success.
In this episode, Ben, Dan, and Joe discuss why the question is “WHO?” and not “HOW”. They share what Entrepreneurs get wrong when they try to collaborate, how to experience more true freedom, and why understanding your Unique Ability is key to unlocking effortless results.
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Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Ben, Dan, Joe and Dean in this episode:
- The fastest way to make your visionary goals happen WITHOUT having to know “How” to make them happen.
- The story behind the creation of Dan and Ben’s book, “Who Not How?”
- What you can do to make sure every working relationship you have is productive, simple, and fun.
- The two Entrepreneurial attitudes you need to increase your capabilities and your confidence.
- How to focus on your greatest passions, experience extreme flow and creativity, and get effortless results.
- Dan reveals the most important collaboration in his life and Business and WHY it works so well.
- The most common mistakes people make when trying to collaborate with other people (and what to do instead).
- Why “Who Not How” is one of the fastest, most effective methods for getting BIGGER, BETTER RESULTS.
- Dan talks about the connection between focusing on “Unique Ability” and finding the right WHOs.
- Take THIS action if you’re doing work you DON’T like but you want to HAVE MORE FREEDOM.
- How to do more of what you love, access almost any capability, and make your goals happen faster.
- The courage of committing to your “Unique Ability” (and how it makes your life 10x better).
- Why Entrepreneurs are motivated by “Freedom” and how it can lead you to your PURPOSE.
- It takes wisdom to understand that others are more capable than you at some things and that your efforts should be focused on your unique ability.
- Everyone’s a procrastinator about something and there’s actually some wisdom in it.
- The question is WHO, not HOW. Let the WHOs do the HOW.
- The way most people work doesn’t actually work because they don’t think about collaborations and who can get the job done better than they can.
- Tucker Max helped with the structuring, strategizing, and publishing of the book.
- For collaboration you need cash-confidence; most people have to think about money.
- As an Entrepreneur, you have to make two decisions: that you’ll depend on yourself for financial security and that you’ll expect no opportunity until you create value.
- If you want to have a lot of WHOs in your life, get results, provide value, be grateful, and help people.
- If you support and collaborate with others to help others, people will be better Clients – it’s not an issue of losing Business or a scarcity of opportunity.
- You can’t just be a good salesperson, you have to be good at marketing.
- Don’t limit your vision to only what you know how to do.
- Time, energy, effort, and unique ability need to be focused and optimized.
- Who Not How is NOT about delegation. You’re going to someone better than you, not someone you have to manage.
- Dan believes 50% of all success is luck, the rest is knowing how to take advantage of your good luck.
- You can change your human potential by changing the way you look at relationships and collaboration.
- Whatever the result you seek, it’s about the WHO.
- Find people who love what they do and want to grow in their unique ability.
- Relationships are money; with the right relationships, anything can be solved.
- You aren’t free if you have no control of your time, money, and relationships.
- Entrepreneurs have freed up a lot in the past 50 years because of virtual opportunities.