Sometimes I get so caught up in the conversation that I make a mistake…. But considering the guests I have this time around I couldn’t have picked a better time for that to happen.
You see, I mispronounced one guest’s last name in the intro.
That said, these two guests – Mohammad Anwar and Chris Pitre – had a hand in writing the book “Love as a Business Strategy: Resilience, Belonging, and Success” so I’m sure Chris will show me the side of love that exudes compassion and forgiveness.
Mohammad started Softway at the age of 20 where he still serves as the President and CEO. Chris is the Vice President of Softway and he has a B.A. in Business Administration from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
We talk about why they wrote the book, how they were able to write the book with two additional authors, what businesses need to read this book, and how love can be measured in business to help quantify it more… if that’s even possible.
This is also the first time that Beyonce’s name turned up in a podcast episode, so you’ll want to listen how that plays into our conversation.
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- Connect with Mohammed: LinkedIn
- Connect with Chris: LinkedIn
- Their Book: Love as a Business Strategy: Resilience, Belonging, and Success
- Check out their Podcast: Love as a Business Strategy
- Softway’s Website: Check it out here
- Their new initiative: Culture+
- Related Conversation: Episode 401: Dr. Michael Breus talks about Energy Management, Movement and Sleep
- Related Blog Post: How to Do More of the Things You Love
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