As an ancient wisdom writer once wrote, “Two are better than one, because they can help each other succeed…Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken.”
In my Hero On A Mission (HOAM) Life Plan I am prompted to find “Goal Partners” every time I fill out a Goal Worksheet.
Goal Partners are not people who hold me accountable. They are people who help me accomplish my goal.
What’s that look like?
Today I met a Gen Z marketing expert and entrepreneur at a local restaurant. Jim wants to help me succeed by creating “killer” LinkedIn Posts in a critical communication campaign I’m getting ready to launch.
Jim’s a student of LinkedIn.
- He has seen what works and what doesn’t.
- He sees an untapped niche in LinkedIn I can fill.
- He gave me on target advice about how to create posts that will help me get my message out there to the people I want to serve.
It was great to partner with someone young enough to be my son, but wise enough to be my mentor when it comes to LinkedIn. (By the way, I may be too old for Tik-Tok!)
I know my LinkedIn campaign is going to be 100% better than if I were doing it solo.
I also walked away more confident than I was this morning about how to better make a difference for good in our world.
Two are better than one. Three is even better.
More wisdom from the ancient sage: “If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble.”
Who could you ask to partner with you to reach one of your current goals? Find some “Goal Partners” and your life will be better.