Will an ‘abundance’ of products and services necessarily lead to abundance?
If you spend any time on the internet you will know that there are new products (digital included), new services and new businesses popping up every day. Some of the fastest growth industries today are service industries such as ‘life coaching’, ‘business coaching’ and ’success coaching’, ‘mentoring programs’, relationship coaching’ and perhaps some further versions of the coaching theme.
Coaching is proven to significantly increase a person’s chance of success in their particular endeavour. In fact only 10% of people have the motivation, the determination and the abilities necessary to succeed without a coach. Is there any wonder that so many relationships ‘fail’, that we have a divorce rate of 50%, that only 5% of business start-ups survive the first year etc etc.
Does having a choice of twenty six different car makers necessarily lead to an abundance in the field of transport? Or does it lead to competition, confusion and congestion on our roads?
As the chairperson of a risk engineering road safety committee I chaired a public seminar on “Future Travel” which was well attended and certainly before today’s rapidly increasing petrol or gas prices. The technology exists today to put personalised mass transport into the skies, and to avoid the congestion, reduce the pollution and almost eliminate road deaths and trauma.
Imagine traveling to your office by ‘autopilot’ at 3000 feet in the air, reading the newspaper or your favourite book and arriving in only a fraction of your current travel time. That would provide an abundance of time and an abundance of opportunities.
As a health and wellness ‘coach’ I learnt very quickly that I could not know everything and so I chose a company to be associated with that is a leader in the field of wellness and who employ hundreds of experts … and that way I have access to answering almost any question. It makes sense to work together. Yet new wellness companies keep ‘popping up’ almost at will. Promises of new found wellness discoveries, possible cures and lucrative remuneration plans … but sadly many of these companies disappear almost as quickly as they arrived. With so many wellness and health companies today it only seems logical that we could have an abundance of health people around the world but that’s not so.
I wrote my first book almost ten years ago after a close friend died of a heart attack aged 43. The book, titled Fit to Walk and Talk … and Live! is about creating healthy HABITS. It’s available now as an eBook.
Anyone marketing on the internet will soon be told that eBooks and other digital products (eg webinars, audios, videos) are high profit items and you can even “give them away” to grow a database of interested prospects. Some books provide very good information, but it is easier to print the book out to read it and that probably eliminates any savings over buying a hard copy book.
But where is the abundance? To live a billionaire’s lifestyle we must create abundance, and the term abundance is all encompassing, meaning it is for everyone. We will produce abundance and a billionaires lifestyle working together. There is nothing wrong with the products and services we produce, we can however produce them much more effectively and efficiently through co-operation rather than competition.
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