Looking at the titles on my bookshelf, I noticed something:
Although there are books from all different times there, the ones that stick out and have had the most impact were (for the most part) written many years ago.
Sure, there’s “Thick Face, Black Heart” by Chin Ning Chu which was written in 1992. But others are much older:
- “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill (1937)
- “Psycho-Cybernetics” by Maxwell Maltz (1960)
- “How To Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie (1936)
- “As A Man Thinketh” by James Allen (1903)
- “The Science Of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles (1910)
What’s exciting about building a business in 2020, especially in the coaching or personal development space, is you’re creating something that could help people in 2120.
That person could be reading an old book or blog post by you, or listening to an ancient podcast of yours while living in a space station … and that person could even be Keith Richards (there’s a good chance he’ll still be around in 100 years).
If you’re in it for the long game and want to build a legacy, you could use the support of others for clarity, motivation, and accountability while you’re building it.
The Coaching Jungle Mastermind is just that place, and we’re ready to help you build your legacy. Applications are now being accepted, and you can get the details here: