1: If we set goals and achieve them.
2: If we set goals and fail.
it’s a never ending cycle that will never change unless we take deliberate action.
It's more effective and healthier
If we shift our focus to contribution a few things happen:
1.We realise that there is no success or failure when we are contributing.
2.Our self talk improves.
3. You will be seen differently.
4. You will do less of the things that don’t matter.
5. You will start to see more opportunity.
A focus on contribution cuts through a lot of the noise and busyness.
Impostor syndrome is very real. It comes form the belief that we are going to be ‘found out’.
The truth of course is that it’s likely that you are the only one that thinks that.
Maybe you are the only one that is not seeing the value that you bring.
These new feedback loops are positive and healthy, impostor syndrome often isn’t.
If your focus is genuinely on contribution, people will notice it
We spend so much time on so many things that are really just not necessary and often actually quite destructive.
By shifting our focus to a contribution mindset we can quite clearly see
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A focus on contribution is a practical way to shift from scarcity to abundance.
People are smart. We know how to differentiate the contributors from the takers.