If you find the business of people and relationships puzzling or just plain difficult, this episode is a great place to start. Often, Marketers and Entrepreneurs max out their skill set and become the best they can be, but run into problems and stagnate because of their relationships at work and home. It’s not wrong to be bottom-line driven and compelled to make things happen, but putting people first has so many benefits. In this episode, you’ll hear more from CEO Molly Pittman and CMO John Grimshaw. They agree that prioritizing people and ‘being a good human’ is the most critical thing you can do for your happiness, health, and success in business.
You Will Learn:
- The most critical time to prioritize relationships
- Why making your relationships right is the best thing you can do (for you and your business)
- Why you need to be a cool Boss (and what that looks like)
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03:15 Why it’s not enough to be the best at what you do.
04:55 “You may wanna be the best because it’s fun, but you don’t want to isolate yourself. You want to be the person who holds all these connections in place, which sets you up for the most opportunity, joy, and fun”. John Grimshaw.
06:00 Communication: “When you communicate with someone else, it can be brief, it can be short, but you want them, no matter who they are, to walk away from that conversation feeling good. There’s really something to say for that”. Molly Pittman.
08:23 “It’s not just how you relate to the individual you want to work with. It’s how you deal with everyone around them.” John Grimshaw.
10:00 The message of this episode (above everything else).
16:30 Your Support System Outside Of Work Matters
17:30 Remote Work doesn’t work without respect.
21:42 Multiple Benefits to living (and working) this way.