Think about the qualities of a thriving business culture. What comes to mind? You might consider efficiency, cooperation, skilled employees, and profits, but Jacob Moore's next guest, Bryan Trilli, tells us that another trait should be at the top of your list: love. Rather than seeing love as a rosy and fanciful ideal, Bryan clearly defines this strategic concept and shows how to practically apply love to your workplace environment.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
What love actually means
How love in the workplace boosts productivity
Boundary setting for yourself and your business culture
Substantial research shows that love in the workplace boosts employee morale, which leads to better productivity and a thriving culture. Entwining his years of experience with hours of research, Bryan Trilli brings us the latest strategy in helping you love where you work.
"If you really love somebody, what does that mean? The definition that I work off of is to will the good of another. Another word that's often used is charity. What's charity? That would mean doing something good without expectation of return. And that's essentially the same thing. That's how I would understand love." - Bryan Trilli
[01:10] - What makes a good leader?
[03:25] - How love is a factor in good leadership
[11:20] - The principle of "you get the people you deserve"
[14:50] - Setting up regular employee checks
[19:15) - Your personal work/life balance
[30:10] - Creating checks and balances for your employees
[38:00] - Build a culture for your business to thrive
About Bryan Trilli:
Bryan Trilli has bought or started 6 different businesses in 5 different industries in 4 different states from a brick-and-mortar service business to the #1 online company for computer vision training in the world.
After running a successful lead-gen agency, Optimized Marketing, Bryan decided that if his team truly is great at marketing, they should cut out the middle-man and buy and build companies they control.
That adventure led him to build worldwide remote teams which required an obsessive focus on culture - and love.
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About Jacob Moore:
Jacob Moore is the creator of 5 Bridges to Wellness and the founder of NoStigmas mental health support community. As an empowered childhood suicide loss survivor, Jacob writes and speaks internationally about trauma, holistic wellness design and thriving despite mental illness. In addition to being an avid user of both nature and dog therapy, Jacob practices meditation, yoga and martial arts to support his mental wellness. He splits his time between Chicago and the open road.