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The Who Approach Explained

The Who Approach Explained

The “Who Not How” approach is not about exploiting others. It’s about building a collaborative network where each person can offer his/her unique strengths while leveraging others’ strengths.

To find the right “Who”, you must:

• Get clear on what you want.

• Communicate your vision widely.

• Ask “who can help me achieve this?”

• Once you’ve found your Who, engage and support them to realize the shared vision.


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To really succeed and reach a higher level of performance, you have to shift from a How-mentality to a Who-mentality. By focusing on who you work with rather than trying to do everything yourself, you'll find your levels of achievement will rise at the same time as you get dramatically more freedom. It's a win-win situation.

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