I’m curious. Do you feel the way I feel? Could a change in business-building paradigm be a needed breath of fresh air? If you’re like me and the answer to this question is yes, then “What if social priorities were in place and profit was a by-product of those priorities?” What if there were inspirational pictures of vulnerable children on your refrigerator or bathroom mirror and not necessarily pictures of high end automobiles you hope to have or exotic vacation spots you hope to visit?
Now don’t misunderstand me. This social business movement includes both purpose and profit, and is the main reason we can predict its success. I’ll show you some statistics shortly that give you clear indication of that success. However, don’t expect our team members to tell you how much they make or how big our team is. That is not how we measure our success. Not anymore. We measure our success by the number of nutritional servings our team generates and ultimately by the number of lives saved. That is something all of us can get excited about.
So, put this in your mind; think about it: What if passion and purpose, for the sake of a cause bigger than all of us, played a greater role in your success than even the traditional expectations of selling and training? Where doing well financially is a by-product of the higher priority of doing good socially? Where a fresh social business paradigm allows ALL people the opportunity to achieve levels defined by world changing outcomes?
What we hope to cultivate is a mindset that establishes honorable business priorities that literally save lives and still celebrate generous compensation. This is social business at its best.