Oct 16, 2017
Wouldn’t it be great if when someone purchased a new book, a tree was planted in exchange?
Wouldn’t it be great, if when someone purchased a new plasma TV, someone without vision got the gift of sight?
Paul Dunn is a hugely respected and admired business leader, entrepreneur and master presenter. He’s a four-time TEDx speaker and frequently travels around the world, educating businesses about B1G1 and sharing inspiring business insights.
Paul is often referred to as a wise mentor and has helped countless individuals improve their business operations. He is an expert at building up those around him and celebrating every achievement, no matter how small. Paul is a member of one of the world’s leading think-tanks and was recently honored with a Lifetime Service Award to the Accounting Profession in the UK (though he’s definitely NOT an accountant!). More recently, he was named as a Social Innovation Fellow in his new home of Singapore - an honour he shares with film-star Jet Li and Wal-Mart Chairman, Rob Walton.
His work as Chairman of the
revolutionary B1G1 (Buy One Give One) has been featured in
leading-edge publications such as Forbes, Fast Company,
Trendwatching, Springwise and online through the key technology
newsletter Mashable, as well as Voice of America. Already, B1G1 has
created over 117 million giving impacts around the world by
allowing businesses to enjoy real purpose and meaning through
In this episode you’ll learn…
‘We often think that when we give, it is the recipients that are the beneficiaries. The reality is that we are the beneficiaries by being allowed to do that’ - Paul Dunn, on behalf of Jessica.
‘Some people are going round and round on the rat wheel with no meaning and purpose’
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