Unite strategic partnerships and serve as a reason to stay committed to the relationship established.
We work for Forward Outlook Ltd, and the employer works for us.
Working for Forward Outlook Ltd means everyone involved is successful by human standards. Protected and led by the founders, the company enables all shareholders to know that they own part of the company that achieves and transcends:
- Personal development goals.
- Stable and future-proofed career.
- The bigger purpose that benefits all allies.
- Human-need satisfaction and upgrades.
- Passive income from investment properties
- Passive income from technical solutions.
- Active income from authentic support services.
The leading consultant has retained agencies in the UK. The 1st place award-winning e-business consultant knows the cost of failing and has the benefits of winning in personal life and business. So consultation and coaching are more of a solution to common problems than anything else.
Part of a journey
Not everyone needs a reason to live, but our founder did. So in 1998, the God of our universe gave Gabriel Mohammed Oluwabamise Adebanjo (Age 13 at that time) the big dream of contributing to our universe by becoming a global brand that would be known for sponsoring and running some of the most extensive forward-moving programmes in the world.
The plan was to inspire many that want to give back and contribute.
So daydreaming by thinking forward (at that time), the person now differentiated as Gabriel Topman thought he needed to be mega-rich like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. But nowadays, Tony Robbins's pledge to "Feed America" and the coaching businessman's words are more resonating than what inspired the old me. (Old me assumed I needed to get mega-rich).
By 2023, yes, 25 years later: really checks became one of the ways I stopped myself from going around in circles and even falling after rising. The dream of getting rich enough to contribute big looks as delusional as my mum said it was.
All I can do now is count my wins and give what I can in the ways I find sustainable so that what looks little to me can be shared with those who consider it plenty.