Why was Lighthouse Global Created?
Updated: Mar 15
Answered by Head Mentor, Paul S. Waugh
Paul S. Waugh, a founder of numerous businesses and networks in South Africa, moved to the UK in 1999 with a vast amount of knowledge and experience relating to mentoring, leadership, effectiveness, personal development, entrepreneurship, business and career development. Despite his growth in character and competence, through both success and failure alike, he felt that he hadn’t come close to optimising any of his businesses, though many saw him as extremely successful. He cites that learning from failure is his greatest reason for the success he has achieved. To this day he continues to fail, continues to learn, and continues to succeed.
After 18 years of research into human performance in life, careers, and business, our findings led to the launch of the Entrepreneurial Club, which paved the way for what was Lighthouse Global.
In this video, Paul S. Waugh explains why he started the organisation (originally named FranklinWaugh) back in November 2004.
Since this time, we have engaged with more than 70,000 people from a diverse range of backgrounds, ages, professions, industries, faiths and beliefs. Our ultimate mission is to help conscientious people to overcome their obstacles to creating optimal value, in order to always have the resources to ALWAYS be able to say YES where we ought to say YES both inside and outside our front doors.
You can learn more about the difference we’ve made to people’s lives on our mentoring page.
Additionally, please feel free to follow us on social media to learn more about what we’ve discovered over the past 18 years.
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