This video discusses the four pillars of happiness according to the late Tony Shea, which are perceived progress, perceived control, belonging, and purpose. These pillars are discussed in relation to how organizations can integrate them into their business models and how it can help with sales. The video also uses the example of religion to demonstrate how these concepts are implemented successfully. It is suggested that businesses should reflect on their customer experience and see if they can enhance these pillars to make customers feel more in control and that they are making progress. The video emphasizes the importance of helping and teaching customers rather than being overly aggressive with sales.
Do you want to be a Generalist or a Specialist? Not since the days of debating the Chicken and Egg have people struggled with what steps to take first in order to develop a successful career. In this clip, Chris settles once and for all whether you should have a well rounded set of skills or a small highly specialized focus in a specific area. And his answer might surprise you.