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There will always be a higher dollar amount. If your happiness is tied to achieving a financial milestone, you’re going to be unhappy no matter how much money you have. But as soon as you start basing your net-worth on your impact, that’s when your happiness will start to grow.
Trevor Mauch, CEO of Carrot
One thing that has really built a community for our team and is something that I’m really passionate about is a holiday giving challenge. Now, it’s not what you think. I started this challenge with our team about 3 or 4 years ago. The aim isn’t to see how much money we can get. The aim is to amplify our community and those around us.
I’ve had the opportunity to see the impact this challenge has made on other’s lives as well as my own. Listen in, take the challenge, and let us know how it goes. Enjoy!
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Flowers For Other Grandmas: The $100 Giving Challenge
01:22 – A look into creating company culture at Carrot: What is the $100 giving challenge?
02:09 – How our team members are using their $100 to spread joy and inspire others in their communities.
04:30 – Trevor’s story of “Flowers For Other Grandmas” and why you’re giving doesn’t have to be perfect.
11:33 – The power that being a beacon of positivity can have in your life and business.
18:25 – Join us on December 29th for Trevor’s free annual planning call at Carrot.com/EPIC and get the exact resources he uses to strategically plan his year.
ADDITIONAL CARROTCAST EPISODES
- Max Maxwell + Tony Robinson Unplugged: The Struggles, Lessons, and Failures That Led to a Multi-million Dollar Real Estate Business: Carrotcast
- You Need to Escape the Daily Grind Before You Regret Being an Entrepreneur w/ Trevor Mauch: CarrotCast
- Breaking Through Ceilings In Your Business: My Formula and My Story: Carrotcast
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