This Podcast seeks to answer one simple question. 

How do you build a business that people feel compelled to talk about?

Paul Dunn - Author, Speaker and Co-Founder of B1G1. 

In this episode of The Remarkable Project Jay speaks with Entrepreneur, Author and Master Presenter, Paul Dunn, about why an abundant mindset benefits both sides of the impact exchange, how collective knowledge contributes to competitive advantage, and the idea that sharing your giving improves its cumulative impact on the world.


Paul Dunn is a four-time TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, author and much more besides.

He is a Senior Fellow in one of the World’s Leading Think Tanks, consulting to and leading-edge businesses around the world, and was honoured as a Social Innovation Fellow in his new home of Singapore, something he shares with film-star and philanthropist Jet Li and former Walmart Chairman, Rob Walton.

Paul was one of the first 10 people in Hewlett Packard in Australia, before going on to create one of the country’s first computer companies and The Results Corporation, where he helped develop and grow 23,000 small and medium scale business enterprises.

His programs are estimated to be used by almost a quarter-of-a-million companies around the world, but he continues to push boundaries, featuring in Forbes Magazine alongside Sir Richard Branson in a global piece on ‘disrupters’ in business.

Paul's books, ‘The Firm of the Future’ and ‘Time’s UP’, co-written with Ron Baker, are best sellers. He is the co-founder of B1G1: Business for Good, the history-making Global Giving Initiative that’s already enabled businesses to create over 312 Million giving impacts globally.

He speaks passionately to audiences around the world about Purpose and how we now can (and almost certainly need to) move beyond being Purpose-Driven to becoming Impact-Driven.

Remarkable Takeaways:

  • Why adopting an abundant mindset in business from the get-go benefits both sides of the impact exchange.  
  • How collective knowledge contributes to competitive advantage.  
  • The idea that sharing your giving improves its cumulative impact on the world.

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