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Peter Sheahan,  Founder & CEO, Karrikins Group

Purpose and profit aren’t mutually exclusive. In fact, they are married. Organizations that work from a sense of purpose consistently create high shareholder returns.

Purpose starts with intention, and it isn’t just about altruism. It centers on creating value for customers, the community, and the enterprise itself. Companies that are clear about purpose, and stay aligned with it, are far more likely to triumph in the long term.

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Richard Hollis, Founder & CEO, Holonis Inc.

“The one who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone, is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been.” - Albert Einstein

In today’s age of technology and the Internet, it is no longer enough to be status quo - you have to provide an impact of disruption and “virality” that surrounds your product and radically improve how things are done. Your customers need to experience the “wow” factor that makes them want to rave about your company and spread the word that elicits the “viral loop” across the internet (word of web).

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Gary Douglas

When I first started out in business, I didn’t have any money – not anything! I was struggling. I was TRYING to create money. I was TRYING to be successful. Not succeeding; just trying.

I had always been of the opinion that “someday I’ll get” or “someday I’ll have” and then I came across the book entitled The Penny Capitalist by James J. Hester. Hester’s point of view was not “someday I’ll have.” His point of view was, start today with what you’ve got to create the future you want.


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