The highest potential return on investment is an investment in yourself and you can do that by investing in your style, in your skills, in your health and in your purpose. The ultimate goal is to do whatever you want, whenever you want. Do the below things in life will give you the highest return on investment.
Connect 2 people together
Bringing two like-minded people together is the best thing you can do for your network. If they’re truly compatible (in business, friendships, or love), they’ll remember you forever.
Play the positive-sum game.
Be kind (go the extra mile)
Going the extra mile for someone is never forgotten.
It often takes some more time or a little more effort but completely makes someone’s day. And then they pass the energy on to someone else. You have created a chain reaction.
Arrive 5 minutes early to zoom meetings
It’s a small yet effective gesture. It shows that you are punctual.
If you’re attending a educational class or a business meeting, it is one of the easy ways to stand out and be remembered.
Publishing your thoughts online is the best way to find like-minded people.
Take a one-week break
It’s easy to get stuck in the race:
You’re doing a ton of things. But nothing progresses you towards your goals, when you feel like you’re stuck in a race, take a step back and do something different.
Take a break.
Go on walks
Plus points if you don’t look at your phone.
Walks are one of the best way to detach yourself from work and immerse yourself in the environment.
Surprisingly, a lot of my happiness comes from teaching nowadays. Helping other people in whatever way possible is will energize you.
Plus point: you also get better at your craft when you teach.
Be impatient with actions
Inspiration diminishes quickly over time.
If you wait for too long, you won’t be motivated enough to execute. Being impatient with actions helps gain initial traction which will inspire you further:
Be patient with results
Most things in life compound. The fruits are not seen until 2, 5, or 10 years into something.
But most people will quit before the major returns are on their way.