Gentle Business Revolution Podcast: Seeing Kindness

ByLeah ✨ Community Manager /

Sarah Santacroce is the founder and host of the Gentle Business Revolution Podcast. She has a bold vision. Sarah sees a future where businesses are motivated by positive social change and measured by their impact rather than just their profits. Where the business and marketing model shifts from high-pressure, scarcity and urgency to kindness and empathy.

Her podcast features entrepreneurs who embody these ideals and companies that are dedicated to the same goals: making the world a better place through ethical business practices and authentic branding. 

This is why we are so thrilled to be featured on Episode 75 of The Gentle Business Revolution Podcast! Among other things, our wide-ranging discussion examines how kindness is as important in business as it is in daily life and how businesses with kindness at the core are excelling. Shouldn’t all businesses be social enterprises? Shouldn’t all businesses be making the world a better place?

To hear about all this and more, check out The Gentle Business Revolution Show. It is a great way to be mindful of how kindness can fit in both your life and the workplace. No matter what business or field you are in, there are always opportunities for kindness.

Also, if your business has kindness at the core, drop us a line, or email us at social@seekindness.org. We are doing a series on kindness in business and would love to feature you!

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  • KAZ

    The Steam Dream Team rocks! I've been a fan of the Steam Tea House (http://steamtea.ca) and their wonderful teas for a very long time. Now I'm learning that they are stepping up. In spite of challenges they are facing having to shift all of their business online, they are donating $1 from every 100g of tea sold to the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Greater Vancouver Food Banks, and Downtown Eastside Women's Center. What beautiful act of kindness.
  • Vicky Clapham

    Plant hire company, RJC Plant Services surprised 50 elderly residents in the village of Church Fenton where the company is based with an afternoon tea on Random Act of Kindness Day. The organisation wanted to give something back to the community and make people smile and feel noticed after a really difficult year.
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