Operation dichotomy podcast



Thanks to Paul Kim for inviting me on his podcast Operation Dichotomy. Our missions are very much aligned in vision and purpose, so we found a lot of common ground in our conversation and, I hope, came to new insights and revelations. Here are a few excerpts:


“How do I become the best version of myself in a way that contributes to the betterment of the world as a whole?”


“What I do to make myself better makes the world better, and the more I make the world better the more I benefit from living in a better world.”


“It’s only through differences and harmonization that you have a symphony.”


“It’s thinking that we have to choose between serving ourselves and serving others that send us off in all the wrong directions.”


“The only thing I really have control over is myself, my responses and reactions. But if I want to improve myself at the expense of others, I’m also indulging in self-deception.”


“People want to do business with a company that they feel good about.”


“When people feel that they’re part of something greater than themselves, they’re motivated and driven to do well, and the success of those around me is my success.”


“If I’m only listening to one side of the story, I can’t possibly know the whole story, I can’t possibly know the truth, and I can’t possibly be ethical.”


“Sometimes we find that things that may have been true in one time and one circumstance, may be more complicated and more nuanced.”


Correction: I should have quoted Jim Rohn as saying, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”


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