In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have a remarkable guest, Paul English who shares insights on his journey to building a huge life, creating maximum productivity, the key to balance life, time management, how to formulate investment decisions, health hacks that work, and achieving a life with minimal stress while giving an impact on the world!
Paul English is a Boston-based serial entrepreneur and activist, a former lecturer to different schools, and Co-founder of Lola, Kayak, Xiangqi.com, Moonbeam, GetHuman, Boston Light, and Intermute. He is also a nonprofit co-founder of King Boston, Summits and the Winter Walk. Paul also serves on the boards of Partners In Health, Flying Kites, Village Health Works, and Humanity Rises.
Paul co-founded Kayak in 2004. It is a travel company that was sold for $2 billion. As he makes some pretty good money at that time, he never forgets to share it with his team. In fact, over half of his employees became a millionaire.
But prior to Kayak, Paul had already created five (5) successful companies that have a loving culture. He makes sure his team is the priority before the customer and the profit. How did that happen? The customers get surprised at something that they couldn’t get anywhere else; accordingly, all the finance will fall into place.
Moreover, Paul has always been transparent and honest about what things are going well and whatnot, and treats employees the same way. He creates a working environment that values people, and appreciates every single employee to work with the same side of things. Thus, makes them invigorated, and excited about their job.
Presently, being passionate about helping people, Paul wanted to make money as much as he can so he can give more impact to his 3 non-profits companies, and to the world as well!
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