Ready to challenge your perspectives on wisdom and honor? Then strap in, because we’re about to embark on a deep examination of these two profound and significant concepts, guaranteed to ignite introspection. Our panel of guests, along with Jim, delve into the nuances of wisdom, moving beyond mere intelligence, and explore the concept of ‘reading the mind of God’. We then pivot to practical applications, pondering how to express honor and acquire wisdom in our daily lives. Our exploration concludes with a discussion on the power of silence and self-reflection, encouraging listeners to observe the world around them for a deeper understanding. Tune in for a thought-provoking episode that challenges you to reflect on the values you uphold and how they influence your life.
About the Host:
Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE is one of the top 5 most award-winning speakers in the world. His Top 1% TEDx video has over 2.6 million views, his 25 books are translated into multiple languages, including 3 International bestsellers. He is a Certified Virtual Presenter and past National President of the National Speakers Association. Jim’s PBS television programs, podcast appearances and radio shows have reached millions of Success Seekers and he is often retained to advise achievers and their companies.
Even his colleagues, some of the top speakers in the world, have hired Jim to speak at their own events. Jim is an Executive MBA Professor at California Lutheran University School of Management and serves as their first Entrepreneur in Residence. He has been inducted into the Sales & Marketing Hall of Fame in London for his pioneering work with his concept of “Relationship Selling.” He is also in the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame and has received The Cavett Award and The Golden Gavel Award.
Jim has written 25 books, hundreds of articles and he is always writing at least one new book. His most recent book is HI-REV for Small Business, The Faster Way to Profits . Audiences buy his books by the hundreds and he happily adds autograph sessions to his speeches.