It's an undeniable fact.
Your communication skills are your most important asset.
Yet most people are poor communicators.
It’s because we’ve been robbed of the education of communication.
This isn't something you learn in high school or college.
You learn everything else BUT this stuff.
You’re stranded on a remote island.
Doesn’t matter how you got there.
Suddenly a man comes out from the forest.
He introduces himself and tells you he’s been on the island for 15 years.
The bad news?
He still hasn’t figured out how to get off the island.
The good news?
He knows how to survive.
Guy actually lives like a king (in “being stranded on a remote island” terms that is)
He invites you to have a bite to eat.
He lights a fire.
He pulls out a giant fish on a stick.
He roasts it over the fire for 10 minutes.
He lays it out on a big banana leaf and finishes it with some fresh squeezed lime juice.
He even garnishes it with some kind of fresh herb.
You take a bite.
It’s pure bliss.
It’s like a flavor bomb exploded in your mouth.
Better than any fish you’ve had in any seafood restaurant.
You can’t believe how good this fish tastes.
He tells you he can teach you exactly how to make fish just like this.
He’ll show you how to scale it.
He’ll show you how to get it on the stick without ripping it apart.
He’ll tell you exactly how long you need to cook it for it to come out absolutely perfect.
He’ll even show you where to find the limes and the herbs.
“Sounds great! So when do we go out fishing?” You ask.
“Well I don’t teach people the fishing part. That’s something you need to figure out on your own”. He says.
You stand there puzzled.
Why would this guy show me everything except the most important part?
Without the fish then everything he shows me is worthless.
That’s exactly how the “game of life” is currently set up.