5 Ways to Make the Most of Opportunity

Whether his audience consists of young people or adults, Doug Andrew has spent a lot of time teaching others about how to organize their lives to where their opportunities outweigh their capabilities. Sometimes, we miss out on a good thing simple because we didn’t fully recognize the opportunity that was before us. It’s essential that each of us have the ability to filter the opportunities in our lives. Just because it’s an opportunity doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a good one. Some of the riskiest opportunities are the ones being pushed on us by questionable individuals who are seeking to take advantage of us. Some of the opportunities that require our greatest diligence are those that affect how we prepare for retirement.

Here are some of the high points that Doug covers this week:

  • Which opportunities should you seize? Which are okay to delegate to others? Is it okay to walk away from some opportunities?
  • Why is it so important to be able to analyze an opportunity based on your unique abilities or talents?
  • How does impact play into the opportunities we consider? This one is essential as it applies to your retirement planning.
  • Learn why it’s so important to be willing to get out of your comfort zone.
  • Doug explains how the best opportunities cause an increase in value, not just of financial things but also the people with whom we interact. Don’t settle for less than win-win-win.
  • Discover how referral plays a role in our greatest opportunities and how it can save us a lot of wasted time trying to learn from trial and error.
  • And much, much more…

Start by visiting with a wealth architect today.

*Life insurance policies are not investments and, accordingly, should not be purchased as an investment.
*Life insurance policies are not investments and, accordingly, should not be purchased as an investment.