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Our co-founder Laurence McCahill spoke about how a near death experience gave him the energy and purpose to make a positive dent in the world (and help others to make theirs). CityCamp is an ...

Our co-founder Laurence McCahill spoke about how a near death experience gave him the energy and purpose to make a positive dent in the world (and help others to make theirs). CityCamp is an unconference aimed at creating a better life for people of all walks of life in Brighton. You can watch the video of the talk here You can view the video of the talk here http://spookstud.io/1fob9jm

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Purposeful entrepreneurship, CityCamp Brighton - March 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. THEHAPPYSTARTUPSCHOOL Laurence McCahill @welovelean
  • 2. 'Death is very likely the single best invention of life’ Steve Jobs
  • 3. “When it came to the rest of his life, Sam Walton wasn’t nearly as dedicated. He was never really ‘there’ as a father, husband & friend. He had the wealthiest pockets, but the poorest soul. And in those last minutes of his life, he realised where he had failed.”
  • 4. TOP5REGRETSOFTHEDYING 1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me 2. I wish I hadn’t worked so hard 3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings 4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends 5. I wish that I had let myself be happier
  • 5. MAKEMONEY OR DOGOOD?
  • 6. MAKEMONEY AND DOGOOD?
  • 7. “everybigproblemisa bigopportunity”
  • 8. “There's a better way to do business, better from the human side, better from the customer side, and, as it turns out, better from the profits side too. "
  • 9. “HAPPINESSIS ABUSINESS MODEL”
  • 10. INSPIRE EMPOWER CONNECT
  • 11. HOWIACCIDENTALLYSTARTEDAGLOBALMOVEMENTINAYEAR
  • 12. FRIDAY20th SEPTEMBER2013
  • 13. @happystartups www.thehappystartupschool.com thanks