Do you want to be famous?
What is “famous” exactly?
- Getting a huge amount of likes on Instagram/Facebook?
- Having a huge number of followers on Twitter?
- Having a huge number of unique visitors per month to your blog?
I’ve had conversations with several friends that aspire to be famous. The problem is, many associate being famous with these kind of measurements. If that is indeed what the goal is, likes/followers/traffic can be purchased. Do a search, and you’ll find it.
But the thing is, that’s not the truth. And the truth is, there is no shortcut to building trust.  It seems like most people want the event but aren’t willing to put in the work. There’s no doubt that these types of measurements are what’s used in today’s world in order to signify success.
The drive to win is not, per se, a bad thing. Problems arise, however, when the metric becomes the only measure of success, when what you achieve is no longer tied to WHY you set out to achieve it in the first place.– Simon Sinek
Keeping an eye on the prize can often hinder what can be done today. Forget the event, embrace the process.
- There Are No Shortcuts To Building Trust. (People Passionate)