The basic concept is that you as one person can only learn so much, and to solve this, you surround yourself with people of like-purpose, but not like-mind.
Meaning, you have a teammate who is passionate, driven, wants to make the world a better place, and knows a lot about cars, or tofu, or shoes, or tin foil or whatever! Just something that is different than what YOU know a lot about.
Also, even if people DO share the same interests/passions as you, whose to say that there aren't multiple facets within that same passion?
Take martial arts, for example. Within that broad spectrum are literally thousands of minute distinctions. In fact, there are two main categories right away, hard styles and soft styles.
So, using this analogy, you could have one partner study everything there was about hard styles, one partner study everything there was about soft styles, and a third partner study the best ways of combining the knowledge in complementary ways.
The same is true for anything, including business, and information.
Take the huge concept of passive income. That has a feeeeeeew tiers, yes? So, grab a group of people together who are passionate about passive income, and leverage their talents for the common good!
Create or join an investment group with a common purpose (the one I created has a fairly simple slogan "To get rich making the world a better place") and get people summarizing books, seeing angles of attack unbenownst to others due to the informational compacting that undoubtedly occurs when people are all applying themselves passionately.
Read on about making the perfect team!
Sensei Ono, Shinka Martial Arts
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