I have been thinking a lot lately about the impact I have on the world. I am constantly wondering if I am missing opportunities to do more to change the bad things happening around me. At the same time, I understand that I can only do so much and that I am but a spec on a spec in the cosmos. Yes, I went there. I understand that I am insignificant. But only to the universe and there is nothing I can do to change that.
What I can change is the world immediately around me and the biggest changes I can impose are from my strengths in business and marketing. That’s the biggest reason I started this show. This is part of my impact. And so today, I want to celebrate another human making change in their industry by the name of Mike Kaeding, the CEO of Norhart, which designs, builds, and rents apartments in the US. But they are doing it in a way that is creating an impact in a very traditional industry. I thought it would be interesting to discuss how he and his family business are approaching the impact they are making. So let’s join the conversation.
This week I asked Mike:
1. What is wrong with the way your industry approaches housing now?
2. Why did you take on this challenge?
3. How can listeners approach creating impact in their industry?
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