Radical Idealism

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Explained: Radical Idealism is a way to define high performers, who are not goal oriented but vision motivated. People who see an idealistic future and who aspire to create it.

Examples: 

  1. Steve Jobs: Saw how personal computing might revolutionise the way the world does business.
  2. Simon Mottram: Was able to take cycling heritage and turn Rapha into a globally relevant and aspirational cycle brand.
  3. Jacque Fresco: Came up with the idea of a resource based economy and many of his innovations to this day are slowly being created in line with his initial vision.

Recommended Action: Before getting into the granularity of goal setting, attempt to lay out a proposed vision that you want to see in the world and work towards creating it.

Ricky Richards