“Remember that no one succeeds alone. Never Walk alone in your future paths.” ~Sonia Sotomayor
I struggle as much as anyone when it comes to asking for help. I don’t want it or think I need it. I’m a pretty smart and capable person – if there is anything I don’t know how to do, I feel I can figure it out.
But rarely keeping everything to myself and learning alone is actually the right idea. I need people to guide me to my learning and accelerate my progress.
That’s the whole lesson of the new book, Who Not How, written by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Benjamin Hardy.
I was blessed to be able to pre-review the book, and I was blown away by the stories and reasons I need to start looking outside of myself to further accelerate my progress.
The funny thing is, I’ve been preaching this for a while, suggesting that everyone should have mentors, coaches, accountability partners, etc. But this book takes it even further. The Who Not How principles can accelerate progress and free up time in amazing ways.
I’ve started to take some actions to find more “Whos” in my life, and it’s already starting to pay off.
I encourage you to do the same.
Find “Whos” to help accelerate your progress!