Your day, your life is full of projects to be done. From home and family to work and business. There are many people, even more so in the world of business and entrepreneurship, who more often than not put the priority on the project as opposed to people. Yet our guest today, Brian Dixon, found he was shortchanging himself and in fact putting people first was far more rewarding, and profitable. Brian Dixon is a podcaster, conference speaker, and business coach and specializes in helping authors, speakers, and aspiring messengers create a sustainable business through growing their platform and creating compelling online courses. He is the co-founder of hope*writers, a membership site of over 2,000 working writers. Brian’s brand new book, Start With Your People, is an instant best seller with the who’s who in the business and personal development world fervently touting the book and its message. I think a reason for this is because we are all suffering. Culturally we’ve grown into “doing the job” as the expectation. Going beyond that to put people first feels like a lost art in the workplace and sadly, often in the home as well. Brian provides acute stories, compelling data and tangible action steps to put people as the first priority, not the exception. The message provides far more than a testimony to putting people first as the right thing to do, but undeniably the most profitable to our personal lives and business bottom line. Visit Brian’s website at briandixon.com. I’d encourage you to check out his free Clarity quiz, and of course, you can get his book there, “Start With Your People”, or find it at Amazon, the audio at Audible, or wherever you buy books.