Raj Sisodia, Co-Founder of Conscious Capitalism
A founding member of the Conscious Capitalism movement, Raj Sisodia is FEMSA Distinguished University Professor of Conscious Enterprise and Chairman of the Conscious Enterprise Center at Tecnologico de Monterrey. He is also FW Olin Distinguished Professor of Global Business (on leave) at Babson College. He is the Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Conscious Capitalism Inc.
Raj has consulted with and taught executive programs for numerous companies, including AT&T, Nokia, LG, DPDHL, POSCO, Kraft Foods, Whole Foods Market, Tata, Siemens, Sprint, Volvo, IBM, Walmart, Rabobank, McDonalds and Southern California Edison. Raj has published fifteen books (including The Healing Organization, Conscious Capitalism, Firms of Endearment, The Rule of Three, Everybody Matters and Shakti Leadership) and over 100 academic articles. His work has been featured in the Wall Street journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Financial Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, CNBC and many other media outlets.
Key takeaways from this episode:
- Avoiding emotional pain can lead to physical pain as the mind creates pain elsewhere.
- Sharing personal stories can be universally relatable and has the power to transform relationships and heal wounds.
- Four things that businesses and people need to heal and create a positive impact in the world.
[23:35] Healing childhood wounds unlocks access to joy and creativity. Wounded inner child is a universal condition.
[25:31] The four things businesses and people need in order to heal and create a positive impact in the world: L-I-S-T.
[48:08] Expressing love is important. It cultivates personal power to have a positive impact on the world.