Show Notes Article critiqued in this episode: Why Do I Need A Mission? Cabrera Research Lab Blog August 26, 2020 In this episode: We explore the roots of having a “mission” in business and how it’s related to an extrinsic motivation. Our second...
134- Decision-Making World Views: Static, Dynamic, Developmental. Sponsored by Numi Tea and REBBL. Please support our podcast by supporting our sponsors. We have had a couple of questions about mathematical algorithms and their likely effects on...
Slowly but steadily a movement is building to get our money back into activities we can see and touch, originating from the mandate to shop local and the 100-mile ground rule. This idea of investing locally has recently developed a head of steam and has...
"Seventh Generation’s work with Carol Sanford made me a better values-based leader."
-Jeffrey Hollender, Co-Founder of Seventh Generation and Author of The Responsibility Revolution with Bill Breen
"I am eternally grateful to the author of this book, Carol Sanford, for giving me the skills to not only build a number of profitable businesses, but to do so responsibly for all the stakeholders along the way."
-Bob Raynsford, Founder and Chairman of Agriwise (among other companies)
"Carol is a very early thought leader, way beyond the pack. She has an exceedingly high level of intelligence for working on very complex subjects, with workable approaches. I have engaged with this work for decades in several successful ventures."
-Pravin Jain, CEO & Founder, Synergen Energy and Serial Entrepreneur
"Carol gets it. When people work for a company that stands for something special and they feel good about it, they make an inner connection with many things around them, some not readily obvious. This leads to passion which is the juice to run through brick walls."
-Mike Benzinger, Founder, CEO, Benzinger Winery