Google Michael Hyatt and you will see a leader who has been very successful in building his “platform” and who is now dedicated to helping others do the same.
Google Seth Godin and you will discover a guy who has changed the way we inhereantly think about marketing and create our own work.
Google Jeff Slobotski and you will find a hometown hero who has transformed a region of the country that previously was overlooked in the startup community into a credible and bustling hub for startups.
There are no shortages of leaders like these online. Leaders that, more often than not, started doing something not for a paycheck, but because someone needed to do it. They created things that they thoughts would help people. And along the way, the rewards of have caught up with them. (I don’t think you can constantly keep giving back without the rewards and benefits ultimately catching up with you and your work.)
Why does this matter to you?