Dr. Nick Morgan, one of America’s top communication theorists and coaches, talks about Paul Dunn.
See the article on Public Words website.
Paul Dunn was one of the first 10 employees at H-P in Australia, and went on to start his own computer company, as well as a number of other companies and ideas — all of which seemed to make millions.
He’s one of the world’s smartest and most successful entrepreneurs you’ve probably never heard of unless you’re from Australia or New Zealand or you’ve heard him speak somewhere around the world.
At some point in his career, Paul started mentoring others, traveling around the world giving back, teaching others how to succeed as entrepreneurs, and inspiring people to work with him to create a more joyful world. He’s currently the chairman of an organization called B1G1, or Buy One, Give One. B1G1 is running 612 projects in 28 countries to date, from feeding the hungry to restoring vision to the blind. It’s an extraordinary organization that was started by a Japanese woman and entrepreneur with vision and heart — and one of Paul’s mentees.
Here’s Paul at a TEDx event in New Zealand, telling the story of B1G1 and more. By the way, this video astonished me because Paul mentions my name at the end — but that’s not the reason to watch it. Watch it because Paul has a huge heart and a compelling vision for how we are connected, as one, on this little planet. Enjoy!