Ep. 31 – Building a Nationwide Organization w/ Dan DeMatte

by | Jun 1, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

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Learn about how to make your business grow and change lives through virtuous leadership by listening to Dan DeMatte, founder of Damascus, describe his journey and the success he and his organization have achieved. Damascus is a community of Catholic missionaries that aims to revive and transform the Church in America. Dan discusses how gratitude and mindset allow you to stay connected to God and follow a successful path, as well as the practices he has utilized that have allowed Damascus to spread throughout the country.

“As a leader, the more I give away to my employees, the more they accomplish…The more I [let go of] wanting to keep my legacy to myself…the more things grow.” -Dan DeMatte

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