Dec 10, 2019
Thomas Doochin believes in humanity’s inherent capacity for love and interconnectedness. At the age of 19, Thomas took this faith in humanity and, together with his peers from the University of North Carolina, co-created Daymaker. Through helping employees and their companies connect with under-resourced communities, Daymaker helps people realize and foster their intrinsic goodness and generosity. Now at 25 years old, Thomas continues to discover what it means to give and receive as he serves as Daymaker’s messenger of kindness and love.
In today’s episode, Thomas and I discuss giving and how it fosters goodness in business. We illustrate how his philosophy affects not only his work but also the people he works with. We share how to bring a message of love to business and explain how running a business can be a spiritual practice. We discuss the value of being authentic and connecting with joy. We also share how fostering generosity impacts your employees’ wellbeing as well as benefits the company’s abundance.
“Giving is our innate wiring as humans. Companies that help amplify those values in their people are building more vibrant, healthier workplaces.” - Thomas Doochin
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