Five pillars for attracting and flourishing great talent at work: growth, happiness, abundance, significance, and meaning.
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If any workplace has proven it could both attract and encourage brilliance, it’s Mindvalley. Founded in 2003, this education company that I founded bucked the trend of that time period by conquering the Kuala Lumpur brain drain, while consciously setting itself an objective to become the best workplace by 2020. This dynamism originates from the company’s deconstructed culture, and how it ignores long revered rules of business, opting instead for radical thinking, and cultivating an acute knowing of what matters to employees. I really believe that outside of the guidelines of physics, all the “rules’ are manmade illusions that we’ve traditionally followed, often blindly. As such, listed below are what I really believe to be the five pillars for attracting and flourishing great talent at work: growth, happiness, abundance, significance, and meaning.