“When we reflect on our success in business either as an executive or an entrepreneur we often turn our gaze towards what’s around us. Have we got enough sales? Is our marketing strategy working? What does the packaging look like? There is a tendency to focus on the transactions over the transformation, but it is in the transformations we ultimately empower success. After all the art of business growth more often than not starts with personal growth.
Today’s guest is Pauline Nguyen and she is a best-selling author and award-winning businesswoman – and her achievements are all the more impressive for her having escaped Vietnam on a boat and survived a Thai refugee camp. As the owner of Red Lantern, the most awarded Vietnamese restaurant in the world, in 2012 Pauline won the Australian Telstra Business Award for Medium Business.
Before diving into today’s interview, what I want to say is this. I have been blessed over my career to hang out with and learn from the brightest minds in business. On this podcast, I have spoken with thought leaders from all over the world about the nature of purpose.
So it’s not often that someone new will come in, with new ideas on purpose and ways of being in the world that completely rewires and upgrades my thinking about life, business and about purpose in roughly an hour….but Pauline Nguyen did that just.
And the best part is we recorded the entire conversation – so today you can tune in and upgrade your thinking in order to tap into a well of infinite wisdom that will completely revolutionise how you do life, how you do business, and how you think about purpose.” – Rebecca Tapp, Decoding Purpose Podcast
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