Onboarding new entrepreneurs - Charles Kaluwasha

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Added:January 25 2022
Author:Charles Vincent Kaluwasha
A.K.A Charles Kaluwasha, #1 Amazon Bestseller, Co-Author of "Bringing Value, Solving Problems and Leaving a Legacy," CEO of C.J. Investment, Lifeonthenet7.com, and Founder of "Build a Wealth System.com." Charles Kaluwasha: With great joy and gratitude, I am able to share my partners' remarks with everyone on the team today. My greatest joy in life has been sharing this golden nugget of wisdom with you: I grew up in the Zambezi, a small village in the Northwest Provinces, in a family that valued hard work and thrift. No, I'm not referring to sacrificing in the sense of making something sacred, although that's wonderful, too. For example, I'm talking about sacrificing in the context of giving up the life you love in order to live it for someone else's benefit. There is a 95 per cent failure rate in the retirement and financial freedom plans that a lot of people work hard to achieve, and we have been sold a robbery of our mentors, fathers, uniters and community persons. 95 per cent of the time! This was essentially a failed financial experiment. In addition, this is not due to a lack of effort on the part of the workers. It's due to the fact that they're following the wrong set of rules and having the wrong frame of mind. Financial failure and frustration are the likely outcomes, and bankruptcy may be the worst-case scenario. Please see my story on CJ Investiment's website >>>> for more information, which I will not go into further due to time constraints. https://cjinvestiment.com Ladies and gentlemen, please! Let's return to the Icebreaker for a moment. This is a team-building activity that boosts output by getting people to WORK BETTER TOGETHER. Because we'll be able to work from home, this is a win-win situation for everyone involved, including the company. I plan to make use of these activities in order to stay connected via email and the ASANA project management tool. "The Power Hour" is a great habit to get into. This is what some people refer to as their "morning ritual." 1) Get up early in the morning. It's peaceful. Don't rely on the advice of others. There are no blaring TVs or ringing phones. It's just you, the dawn, and an unburdened mind. When you're alone, you have more time to reflect and develop your own sense of self-worth. Your health and well-being are at the forefront of your daily routine when you use this mode. The Three E's (Exercise, Education, and Enlightenment) are exactly what you're doing. When you invest in yourself, you're not just spending money; you're also investing your time and energy in eradicating poverty and building a world filled with plenty. Emotions and feelings Ideas, wisdom, tools and strategies you use to help others are all examples of Mental Capital. Knowledge gained from your own experiences and applied knowledge is a valuable asset you can pass along to others. The people in your life, including family, friends, mentors, networks, organisations, and so on, all contribute and support you on various levels in the form of Relationship Capital. The business serves as a link between human capital on the one hand and capital in human relationships on the other. Value creation, service, and problem-solving are all hallmarks of a successful business. Remember that the sum of our mental and relational capital is financial capital. Making regular deposits and being able to take money out of those deposits as you advance through the ranks is what it takes. Keep in mind that some of those withdrawals are simply providing the opportunity for them to serve, to bond, and to connect with you in order to assist you in your professional development. Even in the midst of adversity, telling the truth can help build trust and strengthen a relationship. When you admit you've made a mistake, it shows others that you're a fallible human being. When you try to hide the truth from them by not talking to them or by waiting and hoping things will improve, they begin to distrust you. When things got tense, I've witnessed this happen with others. When it comes to boosting your relationship capital, there are three things to keep in mind: a) My friends: b) My family: Make sure you know who your strongest supporters are. In the same way that you add value to their world, they serve as the energising force that keeps yours going. At the very least, relish the fact that you get to be each other's biggest fan when you're together. 2) Friends: They aren't important. While they may be fun to spend time with, these people aren't likely to inspire you. Those aren't the people you share your secrets with or invite to your company's annual meeting. To be honest, you're unlikely to do anything with them other than enjoy their company. For the most part, friends are the people you tell "no" to because they don't believe in your success. They don't fit in with your core beliefs and principles. There is a resentment in their hearts that you will succeed. Typically, they're the ones who are always on the lookout for ways things could go wrong rather than right. Avoid spending too much time with people who are constantly down on themselves; it's contagious. Stop allowing them into your life by learning to say no politely. Drama is a waste of your time. You should instead spend your time with the people who are supportive and who want to see you succeed. Diamonds are yours, and they belong to you Win, and then have a good time! Why not make use of what you already own? Why aren't you rich in Relationship Capital? tapped? Does the rest of the world not know about Mental Capital? If so, how do you plan to publicise it? The traditional stock and bond market isn't the only way to invest. Even if they appear to be a waste, they aren't if you're getting your message out and making a difference in the lives of others. The mentality of "win first, then play" can be described as such. If you build or create something, you'll get paid in the form of recurring revenue. Because it occurs on a regular basis, it can be counted on. It's all about what you have to offer that keeps people interested. It's not like the old days, when we only sold a single product. Because of the trust our customers have in you, they keep spending money with us. As a result, the company continues to expand. Consider these two possibilities: In the areas of my life where I have unique knowledge to share, how can I remain resourceful? If I'm going to be able to help my current customers earn more money, what are they looking for? You don't need money to make money with Win, Then Play. All of these things are necessary to create value. It entails helping others and finding solutions to problems. There are also financial rewards and payoffs for solving the most difficult problems. Making money also necessitates a certain level of creativity. What a huge deal. My goal here is to make it clear, not just in terms of philosophy but also in terms of methodology. You and your loved ones' financial well-being will improve dramatically if you put some of the ideas I'm about to share into action. To be able to focus on our own strengths, we must give others the freedom to do their best work. The most important thing we can do for ourselves is to build our own mental capital. Using our Soul Purpose's Mental and Relationship Capital, we accomplish this. Continuing education and education The fact that Bill Gates and Steve Jobs left college to start their companies does not mean they abandoned their pursuit of knowledge. Kauffman Foundation research shows that 95.1 per cent of founders have at least a bachelor's degree, and 47 per cent have even more advanced degrees. To become a well-rounded individual, you need to spend more time in school to acquire the skills and knowledge you need to make better decisions. It's all about podcasts for them. When it comes to their business, they're always up to date on the latest trends and developments in the industry. I strongly advise you to place a high value on education. Many Zambians don't read, and when they do, they rely on speculative sources of information rather than questioning them. This is a disgrace in the age of high-tech communication. Is it time to rewrite the story and become more resourceful? It will also be easier to come up with better solutions in less time, and you'll have more sustainable wealth and a better quality of life as a result. That being said, do your best to live a better life now because this isn't a one-day-someday "wish list" of things that you hope to achieve in the future. There are a number of challenges we need to overcome in order to reintroduce the Win-Then-Play strategy. Don't ask for trust if you want others to believe in you. When it comes to helping your clients educate their target audience, how can you do this? My team follows a three-step process: To begin, I conduct a thorough investigation into a common business concern or discomfort. Some people may find it difficult to make a decision. Problem-solving rather than persuading oneself forwards is more effective. Students' deep-seated fears are addressed in educational materials. Secondly, I go through a thorough process of research, consulting reliable sources to support my claims. Whenever I want to stay on top of economic developments, I turn to publications like The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and the Australian Financial Review. Playing in their league is a necessity if you want to challenge the best. If you're relying on gossip from the bar or tabloid forums, you're doing yourself a disservice. Third, I mentally rehearse the content narrative to make sure it is both entertaining and educational while also being a little controversial. In today's hyper-competitive social media environment, it is critical to find a way to stand out while remaining true to your company's identity. With the help of unicorns, lollipops, and rainbows, you'll lead your clients through a fantastical world. To get customers interested in your product, you must tell a compelling story about how it solves their problems and thereby entice them to buy it. Last but not least, I'd like to remind you of three things that can make your life with us even more enjoyable: In order to promote the work of developing entrepreneurial minds for the purpose of creating jobs and wealth, you must have a goal in mind. 5) Begin each day with a positive attitude and a healthy focus on your well-being. 3) Make it a point to surround yourself with wonderful people and wonderful experiences. Before I go any further, I should mention... Exercise! 1.Who in your life has been the most influential? Why do you want to instil in your children a particular family rite of passage? Which piece of wisdom from your ancestors would you like to pass on to your children? I'll be in touch soon!
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