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Episode 12

How to Be More Emotionally Inclusive at Work with Dr. John Demartini

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Dr. John Demartini

Human Behavior Expert | Author | Speaker

CEO and Founder of The Demartini Institute

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Mollie Jean De Dieu sits down with Dr. John Demartini where they discuss how to be more emotionally inclusive at work. They dive deep into the topics of how the emotional and mental well-being of employees and leaders affect business productivity, company growth, sustainability and why emotional inclusion in the workforce is more relevant than ever.

Dr. John Demartini


He is a world-renowned specialist in human behavior, a researcher, author, and global educator. He was just recently selected as Top Human Behavior Specialist of the Year for 2020 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) for his outstanding leadership and commitment to the profession.

Dr. Demartini played a key role in the internationally acclaimed documentary "The Secret" (directed by Rhonda Byrne) and is amongst the world’s more renowned & respected researchers when it comes to human behavior and how it translates into performance. With 47 years of in-depth study to his name, he is one of the forefathers of human potential in aiding people all over the world to live more purposeful lives. He has addressed public & professional audiences of up to 11,000 people at a time across the world and has shared the stage with some of the world’s most influential people. From the thousands of testimonials he receives annually, Dr. Demartini’s work changes people’s lives forever.


In this Episode:


Effect of brain anatomy on emotions and decision making

Fulfillment of one’s value through work

Data and metrics on hiring and emotional well-being

Psychology and its effects on employee productivity

Correlation of the cost of a therapist and the gain and productivity of the company

Building confidence on employees

An individual’s fulfillment, reason, and mission

Emotional wellness’ effect on motivation

Employee education on job cost and security


Important Quotes:


"We’re not here to put people on pedestals or pits. We’re here to put them in heart. And when we do in our heart, we tend to lead objectively and wisely with reason and inspiration." - Dr. Demartini

"There’s no doubt that concentrating on higher values is effectively the only way to live a fulfilled life; and by definition, a happy one." - Mollie Jean De Dieu

"I would say "careless" is devaluing them and exaggerating you. "Careful" is walking on eggshells for somebody else. And "caring" is having an equanimity within yourself and an equity between them with respect." - Dr. Demartini

"Anybody that can bring more enthusiasm, more engagement, inspiration, resolve conflicts, resolve health distractions, personal financial distractions, all the things that people are facing, if they know how to resourcefully get those back on track, absolutely will produce." - Dr. Demartini"

"There’s some people if you tell them what to do they’re like, they’ll go and do it. Other people, when you tell them they can’t do it, they’ll do it." - Dr. Demartini

"Do you want to be a master of destiny or do you want to be a victim of history? You want to run your story or you want to get on and do something amazing out of what’s happened?" - Dr. Demartini

"It’s the challenges in life that create genius. It’s the challenges that allow us to become resourceful. It’s the challenges that activate our greatest brain capacity. It’s the challenges that make us feel fulfilled when we conquer them." - Dr. Demartini
"If you lose your inspired vision, and your real reason for doing what you’re doing, a real mission for doing it, you’ve already lost the game." - Dr. Demartini

"If you don’t have something to live for, you die." - Dr. Demartini

"I’m a firm believer that people, when they have something deeply meaningful, that makes a difference in people’s lives, that they have sustainable fair exchange with, there’s more fulfillment there." - Dr. Demartini

"Mistakes are not what people make. Mistakes are what we label things when we expect to live in other people’s values or expect them to live in ours." - Dr. Demartini

"Perseverance in the same direction over time, adds up to great achievement. When we know what direction to take, we begin our path to success." - Dr. Demartini

"The needs of employees is exactly what you say: it’s a therapist who knows how to dissolve and resolve all that they deal with and face in their personal lives so that they can be resourceful efficiently in the workplace." - Dr. Demartini

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