“Envision a world where business doesn't take up more space than it really should.”-Mark Silver
In this episode, we have a special guest, Mark Silver, who has been working with heart-centered entrepreneurs for over two decades. Mark has recently published a book titled “Heart Centered Business: Healing from toxic business culture so your small business can thrive.” We dive into the reasons behind Mark's decision to write this book and the importance of integrating spirituality with the nitty-gritty of small businesses.
Throughout the conversation, we explore the concept of business as a force for good and how we can challenge toxic business culture to create structures that support connection and integrity.
Join us as we unpack the fascinating history of commerce and trade, and discover how businesses can become a transformative force in our society. It's time to embrace a new mindset in the business world.
This week on The Mindset Zone:
- Business as a Force for Good
- Exploration of the history of commerce and trade
- Bringing love and care into business
- Shifting from serving business to business serving us
- Effective business functioning while expressing caring and love
- Breaking through limiting beliefs
- Shifting focus to a triple bottom line approach
- Creating a wider perspective of business success
- Business and spirituality
Meet the Guest:
Since 1999, Mark Silver, M.Div., has worked with heart-centered entrepreneurs to help them realize that every act of business can be an act of love. Mark is one of the pioneers in integrating real spirituality with the nitty-gritty of small business, he founded Heart of Business, Inc. in 2001. A designated Master Teacher within his Sufi lineage, he has received his Masters of Divinity.
As a coach, teacher, and spiritual healer, he has facilitated thousands of individual sessions with entrepreneurs and has led hundreds of classes, seminars, groups, and retreats. His weekly writings and teachings are followed by thousands of people around the globe.
A fourth-generation entrepreneur, prior to Heart of Business Mark ran a distribution business, turned around a struggling non-profit magazine, and worked as a paramedic in the San Francisco Bay Area.
- Heart-Centered Business: Healing from toxic business culture so your small business can thrive by Mark Silver
Expand What’s Possible
If you surround yourself with the people who've actually done what everyone else is talking about, you cut your learning curve by 10 years.– Greg S. Reid
In this episode, we have the privilege of welcoming Greg S. Reid, an acclaimed author, filmmaker, and keynote speaker. With over a hundred published books in 45 countries and recognition from Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazines, Greg is no stranger to success.
In our conversations, we dive into the topic of stickability, as inspired by his book of the same name. Greg shares with us the power of perseverance and flexibility as he recounts stories of incredible individuals who have overcome challenges to achieve their dreams.
Discover how Greg's own journey of stickability has shaped his path and learn practical strategies to stay focused on your goals amidst the ups and downs of life.
Get ready to be inspired and motivated as we delve into the mindset of stickability with Greg Reid. Let's dive in!
The audience doesn't want the middle. They want new and different. And to do that, to swim against the current, you need to be creative and to be creative, you need a touch of the madness.—Lawrence Kasanoff
In this episode, Lawrence Kasanoff discusses his new book, “A Touch of the Madness,” which explores the importance of unleashing our most creative, unique, and boldest selves.
Larry's extensive experience in the film industry, working on iconic movies such as Platoon, Terminator 2, and Dirty Dancing, has shown him firsthand that success often requires stepping outside the norm and embracing the unknown.
During the interview, Larry reveals the transformative power of swimming against the current and resisting the pull to conform. He shares stories from his early days in the movie industry and how his touch of madness became a secret ingredient in his success.
Larry's journey will inspire you to stay true to your creative vision, even when faced with criticism or doubt.
So grab your headphones and get ready to explore the Path to Success with Lawrence Kasanoff.
“Insights are not enough to sustain lasting change.”– Ana Melikian
Welcome to another episode of the Mindset Zone podcast, where we dive deep into the world of personal growth and self-improvement. In today's episode, I'll be exploring a powerful method called the PIE Method – a simple three-step approach that will help you amplify your impact while avoiding burnout.
I'll guide you through the PIE Method, breaking it down step-by-step to help you understand how it can transform your personal growth journey.
“Social media has mastered intermittent reinforcements as well, or even better, than a casino's slot machine.“— Ana Melikian
In today's episode, we'll be diving deep into the concept of FOMO, or Fear Of Missing Out. Inspired by the insights from Gina Bianchini's book “Purpose,” we explore how FOMO affects our lives and keeps us running in place.
FOMO is a powerful psychological force that is constantly reinforced by modern social media and our fear of missing something important.
Join us as we uncover the science behind FOMO and discuss how it impacts our decision-making and actions.
So grab your headphones and get ready to explore the world of FOMO in the Mindset Zone.