How many times have you seen the stereotype of the “successful” businessman being someone who is greedy, mean, cheating his customers, mistreating his employees portrayed in movies and TV shows? Countless, right? You’ve seen and heard it so much, that maybe a part of you starts to believe it. But what if the stereotype is totally wrong?
What if the way to success in your business, and every part of your life, is LOVE?
Ok, Greg, let’s not get all sappy here. Business requires hard work and hard deals and “LOVE” can really get in the way and hurt your bottom line.
If you think that way, or if you’re just not sure how to use LOVE to enjoy your work and life more AND make more money while doing it, then I urge you to listen to the interview I did with Steve Farber.
Steve has written the new book, Love is Just Damned Good Business. Here’s the interview:
Here are the show notes:
Episode 012: Greg interviews Steve Farber on his book, Love Is Just Damn Good Business
In this episode:
You CAN show love in business AND be successful
In fact, showing love the right way is GREAT for your business
If you love your customers, how would you show that?
Three categories of people and how they think about love and business
The radical LEAP for you business: L=love, E=energy, A=audacity, P=Proof
Do what you love in the service of people who love what you do
How LOVE gets your customer to stay with you no matter what
How to set up this culture if you own the business or are in charge
Real life examples of how this works in business
Changing the culture and using love to grow your business takes time, but it’s worth it
How to measure the ROI for love in your business
How to lead if you don’t own the business
You can’t fake the love for the results you want
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