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Infinite Abundance


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Gian Marco Speaking About Infinite Abundance

Infinite abundance – we were made to be filled and blessed with abundance. Abundance is a mentality and energy, it starts with gratitude which leads to resourcefulness and ends with material multiplication that can favorably impact others.

When we align our passions with things we love and enjoy and serve others, abundance will flow. In today’s world an honest business is a long term competitive advantage. With the level of financial traceability in the world today, doing business while not being morally driven can have a damaging effect on your brand.

“He who has a why can endure any how.” — Frederick Nietzsche
“You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off of you.” — Maya Angelou

The moral compass is set early by the questions we ask as we startup and manage daily our companies. Why was I inspired to start this business? If it’s a collaborative venture – why did we start this whole thing in the first place? What is it that drives you? Your “Why” reason probably isn’t all about the almighty dollar – as money is a by product of a genuine service you provide to the world. So figuring out the why and hotwiring it to something your passionate about will guaranteed more likely that you will experience infinite abundance.

Once your clients knows why you love what you do, not only will they be more confident that you’ve made the best possible product, they’ll want to support your passion by giving you their business.

Your moral story is also linked to your “Why” and serves to shape up your core principles. If you set out to make a product with all natural organic ingredients, be obssessed about it as your business begins to grow. Your “Why” will guide you to not compromise the integrity of your product because you know how it would impact people and it would be the death of  your customer’s trust plus everything your want to accomplish.

The why is often diminished in the daily battles of keeping our teams aligned and fighting off the monotonous work involved in creating humdrum consistency. Staying connected with the “Why” gets tougher amidst lots of distraction and repetitive decisions we’re making. Overtime, all this ongoing activity grind us down, until we wake up one day and realize we’ve forgotton why we started this whole thing in the first place. That’s when we need to get back to our basic “Why” and find a way to super charge that “Why”.

Recently I was talking to someone who had a business startup idea. What stood out in my mind was the reason behind his “Why”. He wanted to create a successful business venture with the intention to pass it down to his next generation. His “Why” is totally driven by his intention to create a business where in the near future him and his kids can do something together that everyone can feel proud of. So I questioned, what if your kids are not into your business? At a flash he smiled at me and responded that this successful business will also provide his kids with the needed seed capital for them to pursue any of their own dreams.

This was a great example of how our ‘Why’ and legacies interplay in giving us clarity to pave the way for infinite abundance and more amazing opportunities for the next generation.

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About The Author


Gian Marco is a versatile entrepreneur, awareness strategist and successful business leader. A devoted practitioner in the psychology of how to Rule Your Legacy. He shares his wisdom gained through direct experiences and cuts through 20 years, parting winning best practices to help others accelerate in their personal and business growth.

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