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Today’s Big Idea: The purpose of business is not just to make a profit, but to allow people to flourish. Building a business means doing something that increases the ability for others to be involved in your world. Apply these principles to your business or other areas where you have an opportunity to lead and help people grow.

What is The ONE Thing Workshop: My name is Josh Friberg. I am a lifelong trainer. I am a certified trainer of The ONE Thing Workshop, built off the best-seller by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. Who is this for? The entrepreneur, business owner, or leader looking for greater productivity, lower stress, and how to balance well in your professional and personal life. We are going to go deep into making your life amazing, not by doing more, but by doing less.

Three suggestions:


  • Define your company’s value proposition: What is it that you do that makes the world a better place?



  • Articulate your company’s vision: Build a great vision to get great people and communicate it well.



  • Develop and commit to a thorough hiring and training process: Don’t hire off your gut.


When you truly understand how your business makes people’s lives better, then it’s easy to sell your services.

Are you casting a big enough vision? View employee’s as an investment rather than an expense. If you hear your employees repeating your vision back to you, that’s success.

Be willing to let your business grow big enough so that other people can fit their vision into it.  Don’t focus on your comfort, focus on providing opportunity for others.

Hiring quality people and leading them well will cause incremental growth.

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