Can you think of company that you continue to purchase from or do business with simply because of the way they make you feel? Their services might be more expensive than the competition, or more difficult to access, but you remain loyal because you feel respected and appreciated as a customer?
That’s what PJ Simmons would describe as a business that goes the extra mile and matches purpose with business. This frameworks keeps people coming back, because as PJ mentions, “At the end of the day, people want to feel valued.”
A business with a purpose driven missions treats people with with respect and goes above and beyond what is expected from a business — and that is what makes it successful.
So what makes a business purpose driven? How do you create a business with the intentions of serving others and contributing to the good of society? PJ and Gospel Driven Entrepreneur is helping people tap into the skills and passions they’ve been given and teaches entrepreneurs to leverage those passions and skills to start purpose driven businesses that serve others and contribute to a flourishing humanity. He shares more with us in today’s episode along with some other really great advice on building a purpose driven and meaningful business.
This episode is full of great things, including:
-How to develop the framework of a purpose driven business
-The importance of building a good work culture
-How to create a culture employees value
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Website: Gospel Driven Business
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