Aliko Dangote, YOU and The last man over the finish line…

When I read Aliko Dangote’s Bloomberg interview earlier this year, I immediately asked everyone on my team to also read it. If you have not read, please click here and do so.

Of all the things I observed from the article, one of the things that struck me was that Dangote RARELY mentioned 2017 or even 2018. He kept talking about… the future: goals for 2020, 2025 and so on.

I found it interesting.

Here I was, working my butt off for 2017 and moving a few pieces into 2018, but in Dangote’s mind… he was already in 2020.

The last man to cross over into 2018 is a sissy.

Right now, I have moved my chess pieces into 2018, I have designed how my year will go, I am not waiting till December 31 before I crossover into 2018. I have already prayed my way into 2018 now, today.

I have gotten a feel of what 2018 will hold and I am working it out now.

Do not be the last man to cross into 2018.

That is a big waste of time.

I was discussing with a member of our community a few days ago and I was very impressed with his 2018 kick-off plans, this guy, a fresh graduate has already worked out the first 4 months of the year! With so much clarity and precision.

Please, do not be the last man over the finish line.

Some laggards will not begin 2018 until February!

Now, I am not saying all your plans will work out fine, 100%. You will still need to review them like every 3 months, but it is way better to have something in mind… than nothing at all.

Let’s do this.

What are the things you need to get done between January to March 2018??


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