You Can't Do It Alone.
Every great leader has an inner circle of friends, mentors, peers, mastermind partners, teachers, pupils and family that are a source of their genius. If you are working toward becoming the best version of you, you'll need a team.
The Story Is Wrong
Our culture loves the idea of the genius leader who accomplishes everything on their own. We want to believe that Steve Jobs created all of his Apple products by himself in his parents' garage. Or Mark Zuckerberg coded Facebook while drinking beer in his Harvard dorm room. Or Nelson Mandela single-handedly freed South Africa from Apartheid.
But, You Can't Do It Alone.
Every icon, leader and entrepreneur has had a team which supported their goals.
In the next few sections, we'll break down the fundamentals of building an inner circle so that you can attract the right kind of people in your life and get the support you'll need.
In this article you'll discover:
- Why you become the average of the people in your inner circle.
- How the people you spend time with will determine your level of success.
- Who to include in your inner circle.
- Why you shouldn’t be the smartest person in every room or the most incompetent.
- How to build it - the practical strategies