The ultimate secret of success – providing value to others

Money is a useful symbol that represents and measures the value of goods and services exchanged between people. The key word in that definition is VALUE. The Law of Income states that you will be paid in direct proportion to the value you deliver according to the marketplace.

I firmly believe that the only way to create value for yourself is by creating value for others.

I’m frequently asked this question, “Why do you spend so much time writing and distributing a free newsletter to thousands of people?”  The answer is simple – the world doesn’t care how hard you work. It doesn’t care how intelligent you are. It doesn’t care how creative you are. It only cares about the value you’re actually getting into people’s hands. That’s how you earn your keep – for value delivery, nothing else! Society reciprocates kindly when value is exchanged.

Develop an enabling mindset and become a more thoughtful and generous provider of value to others. This is ultimately what wealth creation is all about. If you want to increase your own success, both financially and personally, start looking for ways to create massive value for others.

“You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” –  Zig Ziglar

John Lloyd is a business growth strategist, award-winning marketer, speaker, trainer, columnist and author of the book Smart Thinking for Crazy Times.     

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