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Discussing the 4 core Principles of Conscious Capitalism.
Christopher King (King) - who goes by King is the President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and author of a new book titled" Connecting With Intent - Why Social Capital is more Valuable than Financial Capital". He is the founder and CEO of King Connections.
Ross Girardi - Vice President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and Founder and Managing Director of Conscious Management Consulting (CMC).
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Recently I interviewed Ryan McShane who has helped me tremendously. Ryan opened my eyes to looking at how you can impact your workplace and your home. Some of what he talks about is:
There are four principles of Conscious Capitalism.
1. Conscious leadership
Organizations mirror the actions and personality of the individual at the top. This is the kind of person people want to follow. The authentic, open person. Conscious Leaders are the ones who inspire loyalty and consistent high performance in their teams.
2. Stakeholder orientation
Conscious leaders know the importance of taking into account all of their stakeholders. You’re never going to become a premium brand by only focusing on the shareholders. The really important factors for long-term business success are the employees and customers, and often the vendors and community as well. Take care of them and they will take care of you.
3. Conscious culture
A values-based culture is one that is intentional about how people act and perform. When a culture is not defined and enforced, your people aren’t all moving in the same direction.
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4. Higher purpose
Finally, the company should be in business to do more than just make money. Great leaders realize that in order to become successful over the long term, you must provide true value. That comes from passionate people getting inspired about their work. How inspiring is your company’s purpose? For example, would you want to work for a company whose mission it is to “deliver maximum value to the shareholders”?
At the end of our talk Ryan shares how he might be able to help YOU in your career and home life
Today on Voices of New Afrika some of the brightest minds in the New Afrikan community will talk about capitalism. Is Capitalism "Freedom for the People" or "Exploitation of the People"? Here the hard truth about this global economic systems.
Join us as Scott Mendoza & Reymond Colson discuss compassionate action, what it is, and what we can do to express it on all levels. We will also be giving examples from our everyday lives and our personal tools and techniques we utilize to best express compassionate action. .
Host - Reymond Colson
Co-Host - Scott Mendoza
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Huge disadvantages of the fabulously wealthy include no one around with the guts and wit to say, "You're being stupid!" Another, more intractable one is the delusion if you are rich you must be brilliant...in everything.
Over the past decade or so, John Henry has pushed his The Boston Globe and Red Sox to the edge of ruin and seems to have no sense of that. He is the ugly side of capitalism, or one of the ugly sides. He jacked up ballpark/ticket prices to the highest in basebaqll. Likewise, he is huge in expeneive newspaper paywalls and has made both home delivery and online Globe prices the highest in the nation, higher even than papers like the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times. Those two at least give you info to earn you money back and more. The Globe simply relies on its almost monopoly status (there is an asthenic Murdoch-owned tabloid for a weak competitor.)
This past week, Henry blew it again. He's already pared the writing/reporting staff to the nub. Now he went after the delivery contractor, switching to a cheaper vendor. That makes perfect capitalistic sense; bottom line, don't you know. The problem is that the new contractor has already failed elsewhere and certainly plonked here.
Let us consider Henry's empire and whether the delusional rich can ever objectively judge their decisions. I suspect you already know my conclusion.
Where does the real power of the mind sit? Which aspect of mind really influences our lives? Do we actually operate more by sub conscious that than conscious thinking? Can we know what is buried in the sub conscious as pect of mind? The sub conscious mind is where our life programming actually resides. The conscious mind is what we live by and with day in and day out. But we ignore our sub conscious programming that is in the dark side of mind so to speak. The sub conscious is where most of our neurosis sit as we operate daily. Any routines that one has is more based on thought that is beneath the conscious self. Here is where our automatic pilot sits as we move through things and experiences of life. We also have the ability to reprogram the subconscious if we were to so choose. It is not all that difficult to do this. By reprogramming it we move more freely in life. We are no longer bound by the programs that we have been taught. Our programming begins the day that we are born and will stay with us until the day that we leave this world. Yet in truth it does not have to be this way as we give way to m,uch power to the unknown side of mind and thoought as we move through our lives. This and so much more join Liara and Steven for a conversation on the mind. 718-664-9735
Why uncertainty and failure is necessary for a functioning economy and why Cuba is embracing both in its struggle to reform its economy. Show notes at http://moneyfortherestofus.net/mny093-capitalism-complexity-cuba/ To sign up for the Money For the Rest of Us Insider's Guide text the word INSIDER to 44222.
Just because you've been in school the longest doesn't mean you're the smartest.
Why have people who have been a part of the cultural conscious community so long they should be eligible for retirement and a pension still not figured out and embraced nationhood and REAL Black Afrikan Power?
Call into the show so we can figure out how to get these people to their graduation ceremony.
We will talk to the the importance of Kwanzaa its principles the upcoming year
Another Off the Cuff Conversation With Conscious Black Business Network. We will discuss upcoming events, current events, and more.
Open the lines up to talk about current events and business
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Casual conversation with Brother Sankofa and Minister Ausar
Discussing the 4 core principles of Conscious Capitalism.
Your Hosts: Christopher King - who goes by King is the President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and author of a new book titled" Connecting With Intent - Why Social Capital is more Valuable than Financial Capital". He is the founder and CEO of King Connections.
Alka Dhillon, DC-based founder and CEO of Technalink and author of the new book, THE OM FACTOR: A WOMAN’S SPIRITUAL GUIDE TO LEADERSHIP.
Alka received the 2012 BRAVA! Women Business Achievement Award; the Top 100 Women Leaders in STEM award; the 2013 Locally Grown honor from Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and the Abe Venable Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Agency.
“Alka eloquently shares how to bring spirituality in the business world by giving the tools and steps to the soul of leadership.” —Deepak Chopra, MD, author of The Future of God
“A thorough guide to inner peace, complete with highly specific practical tools for living an enriched happy life. Designed for women, however as a man, I found it spiritually invigorating and uplifting. I enthusiastically endorse Alka’s THE OM FACTOR®.”
—Wayne Dyer, PhD, author of I Can See Clearly Now
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