“For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended side-effect of one’s personal dedication to a cause greater than oneself….”
― Viktor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning
Each of our guests has found their own unique success and happiness in the pursuit of the greater good. Whether they are leading world renowned organizations, being intimately involved with new medical innovation, helping others create a new life, or providing large scale funding that supports social impact, each has contributed to the betterment of the world.
Don’t miss the stories of these incredible guests and how they’re making a difference in the world.
Marvin Singh is a keynote speaker, a triple board-certified medical doctor, a bestselling author, and the founder and CEO of Precisione Clinic. His life purpose revolves around helping people in meaningful ways so that they take control back over their health and not feel lost. At an early age, Marvin blamed himself and looked down at himself until he reframed his perspective and saw how many possibilities life gives us.
“Integrative medicine is understanding that there are a lot more different elements to health and a lot more solutions to wellness than you would see on the surface, it’s not all about pharmaceuticals.”
Jim Olds is a university professor of Neuroscience and Public Policy at George Mason University, has served as head of the Biological Sciences Directorate at the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), was the director and CEO of the George Mason University’s Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study and has managed billions of dollars across his career.
“Across your life, you have to make decisions. You can’t thrive when you’re paralyzed over making decisions. You have to grow the ability to make decisions and not be burdened by them. It may not always be the right decision, so look carefully at the results and course correct. That’s how you get things done.”
Jim Estill is the CEO at Danby Appliance and ShipperBee, but most importantly he’s a compassionate human being that loves to help others. One of his biggest and most impactful projects consisted in sponsoring hundreds of Syrian refugees to come to Canada.
“Gratitude for me is the root and the key to happiness. So the simplest exercise is to have a gratitude journal and every morning, just write a few lines of the things I’m grateful for. And I will tell you anything that is causing problems pales by comparison to what I could be grateful for.”
Tim Chang is a partner at Mayfield Fund and a driving force behind many social impact initiatives. From early on in life Tim has been a very curious person, this has led him not only to learn more about himself but it has led him to impact others around him by living a life of service.
“I would love to see what part I can play in helping people be healed and whole such that they could be free to find their form of expression utilizing the gifts that are unique to them.”
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