Zig Zag Principle – A Revolution in Goal Setting

Assessing Resources – What’s in Your Pocket?

  • Money cannot built intelligence, relationships, or passion, but intelligence, relationships, and passion can always yield money. Your mental capital is your ability to apply information. As you assess your mental capital consider what you’re good at, what special skills you have that apply, your degree of curiosity, and your unique insights and understanding. Find your passions and make sure others see them. Always believe you are really working for yourself.
  • Building relationships is an important and never-ending opportunity that will set the foundation for your zigzagging, and it doesn’t happen over night. It will open more doors than you can imagine. Be willing to give without promise of receiving and don’t use people.
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