How To Get Career Success
Through A Go-Giver Mindset
Have you ever wondered how the massively successful people get to be so successful and how things would be if you had some of that same success in your career and life?
Let’s dive in and discover the Go-Giver mindset.
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First of all, let’s get this straight before we jump into this. Being a Go-Giver doesn’t mean you’re everyone’s doormat and if that happens it’s because you’ve let others take advantage of you.
Great! Now that’s out of the way, let’s get to it!
A few years back someone in my network suggested the book The Go-Giver to me. I had never heard of the book and thought I’d give it a go.
It turned out to be this great inspiring little book that since have been one of my all-time favorite career books. When it comes to networking the Go-Giver mindset has been one of the most rewarding discoveries based on the kind of opportunities I’ve gotten, since I made the mindset shift.
The Go-Giver Mindset Breakdown
Implementing the Go-Giver mindset includes bringing value to people to the people around you in an authentic way. That being co-workers, your Boss, clients, customers and basically everyone you come across in your career.
Always come from a place of service to others. Becuase when you help other people make their lives easier by creating valuable solutions to their problems, then you’ll build trust and as a result, repeat business to you and your employer.
Another and especially relevant part of the Go-Giver mindset is to be open to whatever opportunities that also come your way.
These principals are at the core of authentic career branding as well. Because when you create authentic value for others, then, as a result, you will begin to attract more and better career opportunities.
I was very fortunate to get to sit down and talk with Bob Burg, the co-author of ‘The Go-Giver’, about the Go-Giver mindset and how applying a simple mindset shift, can help you get career success through serving others.