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BTM009: Three Powerful Books For People Who Want To Make A Difference

In this episode I share 3 impactful books that can truly help you to be remarkable, inspirational, and make a difference in your work and life. Listen in as I discuss some of the transformational ideas revealed by each of these unique authors. Show Notes: http://bizthatmatters.com/episode9

25 MIN2014 DEC 27
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BTM009: Three Powerful Books For People Who Want To Make A Difference

BTM008: How Technology Can Really Be Used To Connect Us — with Rose Broome

Have you ever wanted to give money to help someone you saw in need--maybe they were asking for donations on the street corner, or sleeping on a park bench--but you didn't... because you were unsure if your money would really help, or go to the right place? Today I’m speaking with a remarkable woman, who may have solved that problem once and for all (while making money doing it). Rose Broome is the co-founder of HandUp— a tech startup with a platform that enables people to donate directly to a person in need online, or even simply by sending a text from your phone. The project started as a pilot in San Francisco last year, and quickly took off. By last summer they raised almost a million dollars to grow their operation. In this interview, Rose shares her insights on everything from how technology can be used to help people in need (some of it may surprise you), to the power of the for-profit model for businesses with a social mission. Rose also shares some of the valuable personal ...

36 MIN2014 DEC 10
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BTM008: How Technology Can Really Be Used To Connect Us — with Rose Broome

BTM007: The Search for the Heart of Capitalism (and Why Compassion is the Future of Business) — with Blaine Bartlett

Is "compassionate capitalism" possible? In today's episode, I'm joined by Blaine Bartlett, an author and leading executive coach, trainer and consultant to Fortune 100 companies around the world. Join us as we dive deep into the heart and history of capitalism--and explore how empathy is the key to its evolution and survival (and ours too). Some topics covered in this episode: Compassion as the practice of meeting people at the point where they are "fully alive" What is real "value creation"? The history of "self-interest" in capitalism (and how it gave birth to the modern "sociopathic" business) How an individual business can impact society's standards of the "greater good" The critical inter-dependence of stakeholders, customers, and shareholders for long term business survival How a compassion-centered business can succeed in an environment of predatory capitalism What does it mean to run a business exceptionally well? Becoming aware of the narratives we personally live by (and t...

-1 s2014 DEC 2
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BTM007: The Search for the Heart of Capitalism (and Why Compassion is the Future of Business) — with Blaine Bartlett

BTM006: Doing What You Love With People You Love (Leads to Amazing Things) — with Nikhil Arora

Today I’m talking with a co-founder, who not long ago was fresh out of college with his partner, looking at big career offers in consulting and finance… and they gave it all up to become mushroom farmers. The twist? Last year—only four years after starting in a fraternity kitchen--their business did $3.3 million in sales. My guest’s name is Nikhil Arora, and their business is called Back to the Roots. Their Mushroom Kits and AquaFarms are sold in over 2,500 retailers around the country, including Whole Foods, Home Depot, Costco, even Toys R Us. But what really makes these guys cool, is their passion for what they do. They’re on a mission to educate people and make food personal again...

25 MIN2014 NOV 25
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BTM006: Doing What You Love With People You Love (Leads to Amazing Things) — with Nikhil Arora

BTM005: The Power of a Mission (and the Recipe for a Purpose-Filled Life) – with Zhena Muzyka

Zhena Muzyka is a remarkable human being whose story will inspire you. It's about incredible personal comeback, triumph of the heart, and the great rewards of sticking to your truth—regardless of what the rest of the world says— and then changing that world for the better. In this interview, we discussed her challenging beginnings, and the unconventional path she took from life as a struggling single mom and author, to becoming the empress of her own multi-million dollar tea empire and a pioneering champion for fair-trade business.

29 MIN2014 NOV 20
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BTM005: The Power of a Mission (and the Recipe for a Purpose-Filled Life) – with Zhena Muzyka

BTM004: Can Building a Business be a Spiritual Practice? — with Max Simon

Successful entrepreneur and media pioneer Max Simon shares his recipe for blending deep personal meaning, contribution, and success. After building Deepak Chopra's budding products division into a multi-million dollar business, Max left several years ago to create his own purpose-driven enterprise. In this interview, he shares some of the valuable lessons he has learned about entrepreneurship-- including how business can be an excellent opportunity for personal and spiritual growth (and in what ways it's not). Some of the topics covered include: Discovering the “fuel source” that motivates you in your work or business (understanding it has a lot to do with your level of fulfillment and success) The “big secret” that most people starting out either don’t know (or won’t acknowledge) that is the key to achieving what you want. How do you market and promote your business with integrity? Max's experience losing his entire $80,000 inheritance trying to build a failed business (and i...

32 MIN2014 NOV 17
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BTM004: Can Building a Business be a Spiritual Practice? — with Max Simon

BTM003: How a One Year Sabbatical Turned Into a Dream Business — with Winston Chen

In this episode, I talk with Winston Chen, a former executive at a software company, who chose to leave his job and move to a beautiful remote island with his wife and two children for one year. The experience not only deepened his connection with his family and reconnected him with his passions--it also led him to create his own dream business.

38 MIN2014 NOV 9
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BTM003: How a One Year Sabbatical Turned Into a Dream Business — with Winston Chen

BTM002: Finding Your Calling From The Inside Out – with Mikki Willis

In this episode of Business That Matters, I interview award winning filmmaker Mikki Willis. After a life-altering experience at Ground Zero on 9/11/2001, Mikki abandoned his search for stardom in Hollywood to uncover his true creative calling...and that’s when the real success (and fulfillment) followed.

42 MIN2014 NOV 9
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BTM002: Finding Your Calling From The Inside Out – with Mikki Willis
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Latest Episodes

BTM009: Three Powerful Books For People Who Want To Make A Difference

In this episode I share 3 impactful books that can truly help you to be remarkable, inspirational, and make a difference in your work and life. Listen in as I discuss some of the transformational ideas revealed by each of these unique authors. Show Notes: http://bizthatmatters.com/episode9

25 MIN2014 DEC 27
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BTM009: Three Powerful Books For People Who Want To Make A Difference

BTM008: How Technology Can Really Be Used To Connect Us — with Rose Broome

Have you ever wanted to give money to help someone you saw in need--maybe they were asking for donations on the street corner, or sleeping on a park bench--but you didn't... because you were unsure if your money would really help, or go to the right place? Today I’m speaking with a remarkable woman, who may have solved that problem once and for all (while making money doing it). Rose Broome is the co-founder of HandUp— a tech startup with a platform that enables people to donate directly to a person in need online, or even simply by sending a text from your phone. The project started as a pilot in San Francisco last year, and quickly took off. By last summer they raised almost a million dollars to grow their operation. In this interview, Rose shares her insights on everything from how technology can be used to help people in need (some of it may surprise you), to the power of the for-profit model for businesses with a social mission. Rose also shares some of the valuable personal ...

36 MIN2014 DEC 10
Comments
BTM008: How Technology Can Really Be Used To Connect Us — with Rose Broome

BTM007: The Search for the Heart of Capitalism (and Why Compassion is the Future of Business) — with Blaine Bartlett

Is "compassionate capitalism" possible? In today's episode, I'm joined by Blaine Bartlett, an author and leading executive coach, trainer and consultant to Fortune 100 companies around the world. Join us as we dive deep into the heart and history of capitalism--and explore how empathy is the key to its evolution and survival (and ours too). Some topics covered in this episode: Compassion as the practice of meeting people at the point where they are "fully alive" What is real "value creation"? The history of "self-interest" in capitalism (and how it gave birth to the modern "sociopathic" business) How an individual business can impact society's standards of the "greater good" The critical inter-dependence of stakeholders, customers, and shareholders for long term business survival How a compassion-centered business can succeed in an environment of predatory capitalism What does it mean to run a business exceptionally well? Becoming aware of the narratives we personally live by (and t...

-1 s2014 DEC 2
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BTM007: The Search for the Heart of Capitalism (and Why Compassion is the Future of Business) — with Blaine Bartlett

BTM006: Doing What You Love With People You Love (Leads to Amazing Things) — with Nikhil Arora

Today I’m talking with a co-founder, who not long ago was fresh out of college with his partner, looking at big career offers in consulting and finance… and they gave it all up to become mushroom farmers. The twist? Last year—only four years after starting in a fraternity kitchen--their business did $3.3 million in sales. My guest’s name is Nikhil Arora, and their business is called Back to the Roots. Their Mushroom Kits and AquaFarms are sold in over 2,500 retailers around the country, including Whole Foods, Home Depot, Costco, even Toys R Us. But what really makes these guys cool, is their passion for what they do. They’re on a mission to educate people and make food personal again...

25 MIN2014 NOV 25
Comments
BTM006: Doing What You Love With People You Love (Leads to Amazing Things) — with Nikhil Arora

BTM005: The Power of a Mission (and the Recipe for a Purpose-Filled Life) – with Zhena Muzyka

Zhena Muzyka is a remarkable human being whose story will inspire you. It's about incredible personal comeback, triumph of the heart, and the great rewards of sticking to your truth—regardless of what the rest of the world says— and then changing that world for the better. In this interview, we discussed her challenging beginnings, and the unconventional path she took from life as a struggling single mom and author, to becoming the empress of her own multi-million dollar tea empire and a pioneering champion for fair-trade business.

29 MIN2014 NOV 20
Comments
BTM005: The Power of a Mission (and the Recipe for a Purpose-Filled Life) – with Zhena Muzyka

BTM004: Can Building a Business be a Spiritual Practice? — with Max Simon

Successful entrepreneur and media pioneer Max Simon shares his recipe for blending deep personal meaning, contribution, and success. After building Deepak Chopra's budding products division into a multi-million dollar business, Max left several years ago to create his own purpose-driven enterprise. In this interview, he shares some of the valuable lessons he has learned about entrepreneurship-- including how business can be an excellent opportunity for personal and spiritual growth (and in what ways it's not). Some of the topics covered include: Discovering the “fuel source” that motivates you in your work or business (understanding it has a lot to do with your level of fulfillment and success) The “big secret” that most people starting out either don’t know (or won’t acknowledge) that is the key to achieving what you want. How do you market and promote your business with integrity? Max's experience losing his entire $80,000 inheritance trying to build a failed business (and i...

32 MIN2014 NOV 17
Comments
BTM004: Can Building a Business be a Spiritual Practice? — with Max Simon

BTM003: How a One Year Sabbatical Turned Into a Dream Business — with Winston Chen

In this episode, I talk with Winston Chen, a former executive at a software company, who chose to leave his job and move to a beautiful remote island with his wife and two children for one year. The experience not only deepened his connection with his family and reconnected him with his passions--it also led him to create his own dream business.

38 MIN2014 NOV 9
Comments
BTM003: How a One Year Sabbatical Turned Into a Dream Business — with Winston Chen

BTM002: Finding Your Calling From The Inside Out – with Mikki Willis

In this episode of Business That Matters, I interview award winning filmmaker Mikki Willis. After a life-altering experience at Ground Zero on 9/11/2001, Mikki abandoned his search for stardom in Hollywood to uncover his true creative calling...and that’s when the real success (and fulfillment) followed.

42 MIN2014 NOV 9
Comments
BTM002: Finding Your Calling From The Inside Out – with Mikki Willis
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