What’s Most Important to You?

What is most important to you?

Imagine finding your ultimate opportunity, one that:

  • solves an irritating problem,
  • makes life easier, or
  • leads to your breakthrough, where you are living life on your terms.

Imagine how you will feel when that happens?

Every day, as leaders, managers, entrepreneurs, and employees, we have opportunities to do what matters most to us. Unfortunately, between the obligations and frustrations, we have a hard time getting out of our daily rut to seize the next, best opportunity to make our breakthrough.

Let me ask the pivotal question.

What is most important to you?

Please take a moment to state it clearly.

Take another moment to write it down.

May I ask another question?

What is preventing your breakthrough?

May I ask yet another question?

How can I help you make that pivot and enjoy your breakthrough?

I’m interested in your answer. It may be a topic for the newsletter or a free 20-minute call. It might even be a speaking engagement or contracting my services. I’m serious about hearing your answer.

Please understand what is most important to me.

I am here to help you. My purpose is to help you live your dreams. That’s why I left academia 20 years ago to go into executive coaching. That’s why I wrote my first book, Pivotal Business. That is also why I’ve written over 30 books, including Pivotal LeadersPivotal OpportunitiesPivotal PowerPivotal Paradigm ShiftPivotal EngagementPivotal Compassion, and Pivotal Living and Working. What is most important in my book writing is your success. I write blog posts and books to help you make the critical shift from where you are to where you ultimately want to be.

That’s important to me.

It’s far more than profit. It is about making our world better by collaborating for a win-win result. When you win, I win. When you seize your next, best opportunity, many other people benefit. When that happens, we all win.

Imagine how good I feel seeing you succeed.

For me, collaborating to think bigger so we can reach higher and then do far more than we ever imagined is what is most important in life.

  • Yes, profits are essential, but only so we have the resources to seize the opportunities.
  • Yes, ego is essential, as is pride, but only to the extent that we build confidence.
  • Yes, competition is essential, but collaboration takes us even higher.

Connecting with compassionate collaboration is the key to unleashing our ultimate performance, production, and profits. Together we win far more than we will by ourselves.

What is most important to you?

Let me ask one more question,

Can I help you pivot to live what’s most important every day?

Think Bigger

Reach Higher

Do What You Never Imagined was Possible

Loren Murfield, Ph.D.



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