Join us today for Part 4 of the Interview with Maggie Perotin coach using the Dream-Plan-Do Model...
This is Part 4 of the interview I had with speaker, coach and entrepreneur Maggie Perotin.
In today’s interview with Maggie Perotin, Maggie shares with you what she believes stewardship really is. Maggie also talks with you about the key principles that she believes help you make a dent in the universe. I also ask Maggie about the legacy she hopes to leave.
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Episode 1231: Impact the World - Interview with Maggie Perotin coach using the Dream-Plan-Do Model â€“ Part 4
[00:00:00] Scott Maderer: Thanks for joining us on episode 1,230. One of the inspired stewardship podcast.
[00:00:06] Maggie Perotin: I'm Maggie Perotin. I challenge you to invest in yourself, invest in others, develop your influence and impact the world by using your time, your talent and your treasures to live out your calling. Having the ability to dream plan and do is key.
[00:00:24] And one way to be inspired to do that is listen to this. They inspired stewardship podcast with my friends, Scott Maderer.
[00:00:34] Is that lead by example, lead yourself first. So develop those talents inside you. Then you can look about. What are you passionate about and where can you contribute? Because truly it's so much easier to contribute when you're passionate about. And it could start again with your family. If you are a young parent.
[00:00:56] Scott Maderer: Welcome and thank you for joining us on the inspired stewardship [00:01:00] podcast. If you truly desire to become the person who God wants you to be, then you must learn to use your time, your talent and your treasures for your true calling. In the inspired stewardship podcast, you'll learn to invest in yourself, invest in others and develop your influence so that you can impact the world
[00:01:22] in today's interview with Maggie Perton Maggie shares with you. What she believes stewardship really is. Maggie also talks with you about the key principles that she believes. You make a dent in the universe. And I also ask Maggie about the legacy that she hopes to leave behind. One reason. I like to bring you great interviews.
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[00:02:28] Maggie Perton lives in Canada, in the Toronto area with her blended family and four kids. She is a self-development geek, loves nature, traveling and good food. She holds an executive MBA from Jack Welch management Institute and has over 14 years of experience in various corporate leadership positions as an international business and leadership coach, Maggie helps service based entrepreneurs make the income they want in their business and become outstanding leaders in the process.
[00:02:58] Through her dream plan, [00:03:00] do coaching model. She supports her clients in becoming confident CEOs by aligning their mindset, business skills and high performance habits. This allows them to transform their business from an unreliable source of income to a client attracting diamond. Welcome to the show, Maggie.
[00:03:18] Maggie Perotin: Thank you. Thank you, Scott. For having me I'm happy to.
[00:03:21] Scott Maderer: So Maggie, one of the questions that I like to ask everyone is about my brand. My brand is inspired stewardship. I run things through that lens of stewardship. So similar to last week, when we asked about defining leadership, how do you define the word stewardship and how has that understanding had an impact on your life?
[00:03:42] Maggie Perotin: So when I think about it and again, my being different understanding, no, that's
[00:03:47] Scott Maderer: the whole point to you. The question is everybody has a different definition,
[00:03:51] Maggie Perotin: so is. Taking care of the assets you have and by assets. [00:04:00] Again, let's talk about leadership, the talents that you already have, we're all unique.
[00:04:03] We all have value to offer. Okay. Whether you believe in God or not, but nobody, God, didn't put you on earth here for nothing by just like fluke, you are here and you have talent, unique talent to you. And when you grow them, When you nurture them. So stewardship, nurture them and grow them to help others and to make your world, even if it's just your world, your family, a better place for me, that's what stewardship is.
[00:04:36] And you know what I, I wanna talk, like I'm not a practice and Catholic, but I was born Roman Catholic. I was raised in that faith. So there is this. Don't remember, but there is this parable in it. I think it's an old Testament. And it's funny because as a child, I never understood it and maybe it.
[00:04:54] Priests that didn't explain it. But now I understand it. About the, I think it's three [00:05:00] brothers where the father gives them talents.
[00:05:03] Scott Maderer: Terrible of the talents. Yeah. Yeah. They're servants and the Lord gives them,
[00:05:06] Maggie Perotin: oh, they're servants. You're right. They're servants. And then one goes and take those talents and grows them and maximizes them for their master, whatever.
[00:05:16] And the other one does this, but it's maybe like more. Risk or less risk adverse and that's a little bit and the other one hides it. And then, so that the master rewards, the one that actually takes the risk and uses those talents to maximize them. So as a chap, I couldn't get it. I couldn't, because I was just thinking about the money.
[00:05:35] I'm like but he was save, he kept the same thing, right? Like why wasn't he didn't lose the
[00:05:40] Scott Maderer: money. All he did is gave it back
[00:05:42] Maggie Perotin: the same amount. Yeah. But when I think about it, not the money, but our skills. And our talents that we already have in us, it is our duty to go out there and make them better so we can serve others, not as servants and masters.
[00:05:59] [00:06:00] That's the whole, that's the word, throwing that out, but helping others. And that's how we lead. That's how we leaders. So that's what I, how I understand.
[00:06:08] Scott Maderer: And the parable of the talents is actually in Matthew. So it's in, it's one, it's in the gospel of Matthew. Or at least that's the most kind of famous version that people use.
[00:06:18] Just to locate it for anyone that's interested So with that in mind, if someone really wants to make a dent in the universe make a change in their world, as you mentioned, what are some of the top principles that you think that they really need to learn or focus on?
[00:06:35] Maggie Perotin: As we said before, and we talked about this is that lead by example, lead yourself first. So develop those talents inside you, then you can look about what are you passionate about and where can you contribute? Because truly it's so much easier to contribute when you're passionate about.
[00:06:56] And it could start again with your family. If you are a young parent [00:07:00] Be the best parent you can be. And then maybe when your children go to school, maybe help others in school or whatever, right? Whatever your passion is. And when you never stop growing your perspective on the world, your perspective on the things will change when you are open to different opinions, growing yourself and so on.
[00:07:23] You will feel, I truly believe you will feel the calling to help others just because of that. And then being compassionate, being open and wanting to serve when you put yourself in service and again wherever you are, that's how you can grow and contribute to the world.
[00:07:41] Because sometimes we think that, oh We think of contribution like, oh, I have to be an activist and Godi and be on the streets and that's not me. Whether I'm scared of it or so on, or I have to be in politics or I have to be, no, you don't have to be, you can contribute to the world in your own way.
[00:07:59] So [00:08:00] find your way that you feel passionate about that feels good for you. And so on and start. Whatever that is.
[00:08:07] Scott Maderer: So this is my favorite question of all of the episodes over the last few weeks. This is the question that I love to ask every guest. So if I invented this magic machine and I could pluck you from the seat where you set today and.
[00:08:24] Transport you into the far future and magically, you were able to look back on your entire life and see all of the impacts and all of the ripples and all of the changes that have happened because of you. What impact do you hope you've left behind on the world?
[00:08:37] Maggie Perotin: That I help to grow many leaders, thousands of leaders in this world.
[00:08:43] And I do it now through helping entrepreneurs grow, but I truly believe that when you embrace the leadership in leading yourself, you don't only, it doesn't only affect your business and grow your business. It affects your personal life. And as you say, and that has [00:09:00] a ripple effect. So yes that's where I see myself helping.
[00:09:06] Leaders grow
[00:09:09] Scott Maderer: so what's coming next for you. What's on the roadmap. As you continue on this journey
[00:09:14] Maggie Perotin: for me. As really that growing my business by helping more and more entrepreneurs become truly high performing amazing leaders in their business. Because when they, and I work with passionate entrepreneurs who have mission to their business and through their business, wanna impact the world.
[00:09:36] So the more I help them, the more impact they create. To, to their customers and to people around them and that again, trickles and creates that ripple effect. So for me, that's really what it is.
[00:09:51] Scott Maderer: How would you describe your ideal client? For someone who's listening that maybe is thinking, oh, maybe I need to work with Maggie.
[00:09:58] How do you describe your ideal client? [00:10:00]
[00:10:00] Maggie Perotin: My ideal. My ideal client is a service based entrepreneur who is passionate about their business and want to grow their business long term. So it's not like a hobby for two years or one year, but I'm committed to growing it long term, making a positive impact through my services to my customers.
[00:10:20] And wants to grow it. The, from the foundation app proper way, not like a shortcut. I wanna be a millionaire in three days. And I believe in those magic shortcuts, I'm not about that. I'm not gonna promise anything like that to my customers. And then I have two offers that I. That I offer right now. So for somebody who is just starting and they're either not making any money or just really starting and wanna get to more of a consistent income, like good five figures, then I have a small group program.
[00:10:53] And then for somebody who's already maybe passed $75,000 a year and want to scale past that [00:11:00] to six figures or multiple six figures. Then I do one on one.
[00:11:03] You can
[00:11:04] Scott Maderer: follow Maggie on Twitter as stairway underscore the number two, the numeral two. She's also on LinkedIn as Maggie. Perton spelled P E R O T I N. Of course you can find out more about Maggie and her coaching email@example.com. Maggie, is there anything else you'd like to share with the listener?
[00:11:26] Maggie Perotin: I wanna. Reach out. Let's have a conversation. I love to if there is anything that spoke to you over the last four episodes that you just wanna chat about, not even become my clients, just reach out. You can find me on all those social media or on my website survey to leadership.com.
[00:11:45] I would love to have a chat.
[00:11:47] Scott Maderer: Thanks so much for listening to the inspired stewardship podcast, as a subscriber and listener, we challenge you to not just sit back and passively listen, but act on what you've [00:12:00] heard and find a way to live your calling. If you enjoyed this. Please do us a favor. Go over to inspired stewardship.com/itunes rate.
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