Age of Indiependence

Age of Indiependence

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Hosted By

Katlyn Eggar

In this throwback episode of the Age of Indiependence podcast, host Katlyn Eggar interviews Grant Botma, the Founder of Culture Course and Stewardship. Grant talks about his mission and purpose and shares the four questions to ask when evaluating the past and creating goals for the future.

Episode Highlights:

  • Grant gives a little background about himself. (3:40)
  • Why Grant describes himself as a compassionate capitalist. (5:17) 
  • How Grant’s kids have become a champion of what their family’s building. (9:12)
  • Why Grant named his company Stewardship and what makes them different. (11:17)
  • Grant shares one of the important things he talked about in his book. (13:23)
  • Why Grant thinks that working is beautiful. (13:33)
  • How he gives his employees freedom. (16:22)
  • How long does it take for Grant to create certain changes within a company? (23:09)
  • The four questions to ask when evaluating the past and creating goals for the future (36:53)
  • What three areas should you focus on to grow your business? (41:45)
  • What’s the best way to connect with Grant? (47:44)

Key Quotes:

  • “I teach my children that in the heart of every compassionate capitalist society is this, you find the needs, and then you fill them. If there’s a genuine need that somebody has out there, you do anything and everything that you can to fill it, to serve them, to love them to care for them.” – Grant Botma
  • “I’m the same person, whether I’m here in this podcast, whether I’m at the office, whether I’m at home, it’s a whole lot easier to live my life that way. And my kids see that and I try to do my best to model it for them. And it’s fun to have that type of mission or approach in life because your family supports you in ways that make a huge, huge impact.” – Grant Botma
  • “I think work is beautiful. I’ve actually believed that we were designed and created to work. And it’s one of the reasons why we enjoy thinking about work or even doing work from time to time, right? It’s a lot of fun at times.” – Grant Botma

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