Everyone in the world has the power to teach and educate.
Jay Doran’s second appearance on Dropping Bombs is even more explosive than his first (one of the top episodes to date!). Jay and Brad have a certain alignment in their core values and their mission, but that doesn’t mean they always agree. Here are some of the nuggets you will hear on today’s episode:
- At this moment in history, thanks to major developments in technology, the spoken word is more powerful than the written word.
- Everyone in the world has the power to teach and educate, the power to spread the knowledge. The goal is to get the knowledge from the people who have it to the people who need it.
- Be selfishly selfless and read, write and speak daily with an attitude of openness, curiosity and observation. Execute on that and tell people your truth.
- How do we eliminate conflict? Over time, with the evolution of social consciousness, people will think more which, in turn, will increase their love and acceptance of each other.
- You are a filter between what is not yet, what can be and what you manifest through your word, thought, ideation, belief, action, reaction, habituation and alignment of other individuals.
- Read a book (or listen to an audiobook), any book and write down everything you disagree or agree with in that book – you will come out being a better person in the end.
Culture Matters helps executives bring out and define their knowledge and share it with their company, now Jay Doran wants to talk to you. The purpose of Jay’s company is to help people uncover their genius, their vision is to live in a world where every man, woman and child takes responsibility to read, write and speak every day. Jay thinks that each and every person has something to say, so he encourages you to start today and write down your thoughts about this episode (whether you agree or disagree) and send them to Jay Doran on Facebook or Instagram and he will have a conversation with you. Don’t forget to share this episode!
About Jay Doran:
Jay Doran is a culture coach and CEO of Culture Matters – a high-level coaching company that works with companies on establishing (or re-establishing) their core values and building training platforms around those values.
Born in Newark, New Jersey, Jay’s upbringing was not as pleasant as his current lifestyle may seem. After being adopted by Barbara, who he calls Mom, he quickly noticed he wanted more out of life- to become more. At the age of 20, he managed to turn a gym that was failing into a six-figure business in a matter of six months with the help of his vision, and a 10K limit credit card. Rapidly he began to understand the way to success was to develop a culture within the company.
Now he teaches leadership coaching on finding and transcribing the CEO’s mission and what daily activities must be exercised so their original culture lives forever.