The George Washington Carver Story – Episode 3 – Part 1
What is it that makes someone successful? Is it the size of their company? What if they have a fat bank account that is always growing? These are great reasons to believe that someone is successful. What if everyone around that one individual does not believe so? In this episode of “The George Washington Carver Story” business coach and Thrive visioneer Clay Clark and NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson talks about how becoming successful is measured by your service. So when you get a client on the phone looking for you to help them with a problem, how do you approach them? What is the attitude you portray to them through the phone? Do you find joy in helping your customers? David Robinson has a definition of success that is different from what most people may believe. He states “Success is being pleased with where you are and what you have.” At what point in your life are you content with what you have? After you accomplish all your goals in life what do you have left to live for? What do you do to make sure you are growing your business in a way that you are satisfied with your results? Clay Clark and David Robinson ask a question to the Thrivers about business. How do you view your business? Is it a money-making machine that benefits your personal well being? Or do you strive to create the image that you are growing to help others grow? What is it you do to impact the people in your business? Here at Thrive15, we believe businesses that have the mindset of helping others achieve their goals. This can be done by charitable contributions, giving out a few extra raises, or even creating a group of mentors willing to help extend your knowledge.