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TV Expert Interviews / Motivating Sales Teams / Apr 29, 2024 / Posted by Michael Altshuler / 31

Kindness, Core Values & Making a Difference (video)


I recently had a meaningful conversation with Michael Altshuler. Michael is a motivational speaker and success coach. He is also an expert in enterprise sales. Michael hosts “The Results Podcast” and “Get Hired with Job Gladiator.” Our talk focused on making a difference in the world.

Living by Core Values

Michael discussed the importance of living by core values. He said we need to know our most important values and make choices that align with them. It’s not just about knowing our values but also about acting on them.

Michael shared personal stories about small acts of kindness. He gave examples like giving roses to women in a parking lot. He also paid for people’s purchases at a dollar store. These small gestures had a big impact on the recipients. They show how thoughtful actions can deeply affect others.

We discussed how modern society is often superficial. Surface-level interactions have become common. Michael said it’s crucial to be the best version of ourselves. This could be as a partner, parent, or neighbor. Our genuine kindness can create meaningful connections in our community.

An exciting part was about time and busyness. Michael challenged the idea that we are busier than ever. He said we might be more distracted than truly busy. He encouraged us to recognize the time we have. We should choose meaningful actions over meaningless distractions.

Aligning Actions and Values

Michael emphasized understanding our values and aligning our actions. This is how we can find purpose and satisfaction in life. He suggested questioning our desires and motivations. Identifying our passions, purpose, and skills leads to a fulfilling life.

The Journey of Self-Discovery

Michael shared stories from his career journey. They showed the value of being open to change and growth. We agreed on the importance of knowing what we truly want. Our intentional actions shape the meaningful legacy we leave.

Michael shared “The Dash” poem by Linda Ellis. This poem is about living with love, respect, and appreciation for others. The emotional weight highlights how we live impacts the legacy we leave.

As the episode ended, I praised Michael’s motivational work. I encouraged people to explore his content further. Michael spoke about his professional journey and continuous learning. His dedication to helping others succeed is inspiring.

A Kind Tradition

Michael humorously mentioned his tradition of giving roses in a parking lot. This simple act represents the core of our discussion. It’s about making a positive difference, one small gesture at a time.

I thanked Michael and expressed my hope this talk would inspire reflection. I hope it motivates us to prioritize kindness and consider the legacy we wish to leave. Let’s strive to impact society, even in small ways, positively. Every act of kindness creates a better, more connected world.

Our Host

John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist, he has conducted over 1500 video interviews of thought leaders for Sales POP! online sales magazine & YouTube Channel and for audio podcast channels where Sales POP! is rated in the top 2% of most popular shows out of 3,320,580 podcasts globally, ranked by Listen Score. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.

About Author

Michael is a top-rated Motivational Speaker, Success & Career Coach, and Enterprise Sales Expert, as well as a Bestselling Author and host of the popular Podcast Shows: The RESULTS Podcast and Get Hired with Job Gladiator.


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