Episode 10 with Paul Dunn from B1G1
What are the secrets of high growth businesses? They have giving at their core.
What are the secrets of happier people? – They have giving and serving others at their core.
- It’s only when we look outward that we see the opportunities that are there to make enormous contributions to the way the world works
- Be curious about what small things you can change that will make a big difference
- Your environment dictates your performance
- It’s not governments that can change our World – it’s through our businesses
- The answers are always there – it just depends on the questions you ask
- It’s not about bigger it’s about better
Mentioned Links and References:
Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones
A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do, and How to Change
The Right It: Why So Many Ideas Fail and How to Make Sure Yours Succeed
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About Paul Dunn in his own words:
I’m truly fortunate and grateful to have a reputation as a great ‘value-giving’, ‘inspiring’ and extraordinary speakers and mentors.
Conference Organisers hire me to get 3 things that are often missing at events:
* extraordinary insights
* stunning and memorable impact and, of course,
And people hire me as their mentor to fast-track them to dramatically different results.
I’m able to bring to each tailor-made presentation or session a vast depth of experience springing from my founding of The Results Corporation, Results Accountants’ Systems, the Accountants’ Boot Camp process and most recently, with Masami Sato, B1G1: Business for Good.
People often refer to me around the world as the Wizard of WOW (but when we connect, I’ll quickly let you know I have a new way of thinking about that).
I think it’s fair to say that every session I do changes lives — certainly that’s what people continue to say. And I suspect my (currently) 3 TEDx talks illustrate precisely why that is.
When we connect, I’ll explain that Purpose (or WHY) is critical. So it’s only fair to let you know mine right now. It’s this: I get up each morning to give businesses the power to change our lives.
My work as Chairman of Buy1GIVE1 (B1G1) – a unique ‘giving engine’ that connects you in a much deeper way to your team, yourself and your marketplace — underscores that.
I’m very privileged too to be surrounded by and connected to truly extraordinary individuals who are equally curious and ever-learning.
WITH B1G1, MAKING A DIFFERENCE IS POWERFUL AND EASY.
When you are part of B1G1, you can give to as many of the 500+ carefully selected projects as you like (starting with just one cent). All B1G1 projects are in line with the Sustainable Development Goals set by global leaders. Giving with B1G1 is easy and 100% of your giving goes to the projects you choose.
NOW YOU CAN ‘EMBED’ GIVING DIRECTLY IN YOUR BUSINESS.
To make your giving even more effective, with B1G1 you can choose to build giving right into the core of what you do. So now you can say, “whenever we do this, we make something great happen in our world.” Imagine that.
Head over to the B1G1 website to learn more.
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