Cory Dunham, CEO of BDB Marketing Design, LLC, Interviewed on the Inspired Business Leaders Podcast

October 26 22:12 2022

Cory discusses how generosity, compassion, and integrity drive our actions.

Listen to the full interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network:
https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/ep-15-interview-with-cory-dunham-president-west-washtenaw-business-association-with-nick-bour-founder-of-inspire-wealth/

 Cory shared: “Generosity, compassion, and integrity are three of the most important values that drive our actions. By definition, generosity is the quality of being kind and giving, while compassion is the feeling of concern or pity for others. On the other hand, integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. All three of these values are essential in driving our actions because they promote positive social interactions and a sense of responsibility towards others.”

Generosity leads to positive social interactions because it encourages people to be kind and give to others. When people are generous with their time, energy, or resources, it creates opportunities for positive social interactions. For example, offering to help someone with their groceries or volunteering time to help a charity are all acts of generosity. These acts not only make the recipient feel good, but they also make the giver feel good. Generosity creates a sense of connection and community, which is essential for a healthy society.

Compassion drives people’s actions because it allows them to empathize with others. When people see someone going through a tough time, they can put themselves in their shoes and understand how they feel. This understanding leads to compassion, which then drives them to take action. For example, if they see someone homeless, they may be moved to give them some money or food. Compassion is essential for driving a person’s actions because it helps to connect with others and to see them as human beings.

Integrity is vital because it allows people to be honest and have strong moral principles. When someone is honest, that can build trust with others. This trust is essential for positive social interactions. For example, when people make a promise to someone else, they will be more likely to trust them if they keep their word. Integrity also helps to have strong moral principles. These principles guide actions and help to make the right choices. For example, if people believe it is wrong to steal, they will not steal even if no one is watching. Integrity is essential for driving a person’s actions because it promotes honesty and responsibility.

These values – generosity, compassion, and integrity – are essential and promote positive social interactions and a sense of responsibility towards others. When humans act with these values in mind, they create a better world for everyone.

About Cory Dunham

When Cory’s dad founded BDB Marketing Design in 1980, there was no internet, and cell phones didn’t exist. Like all businesses, they’ve adapted and grown to meet their client’s needs in an ever-changing landscape of innovation and shifts in consumer marketing trends. What hasn’t changed is their core set of values:

They believe in generosity and giving back.

Care, compassion, and integrity drive their actions.

They appreciate and embrace that people and businesses are richly unique.

Their clients are often overwhelmed with the enormous task of marketing their business. The knowledge and skill required to find and build customer relationships is daunting and insurmountable for most. By taking on the role of a partner rather than a vendor, BDB lifts that burden and helps their clients enjoy the fun and adventure that comes from confident, successful marketing.

Perhaps the best lesson Cory has learned is that fear and disbelief are overcome by action and the faith that yes, he can conquer bumps, hills, and mountains. He’s passionate about mentoring and instilling confidence and compassion in young adults. Simply put, speaking belief and being kind to all makes the world a little bit better every day.

Outside of the office, he’s an active, adventurous family guy who likes to read, take walks, play volleyball, and ride bikes. It might surprise those who’ve met him to know that he’s a private pilot who likes skydiving and motorcycle riding. He believes in personal growth and strives to help others remove limitations and achieve more than they ever thought possible. He cherishes his faith, his time with family, and his work to preserve the earth for the next generations.

Learn more:  https://www.bdbmarketingdesign.com/

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