Seeing things that are invisible to others is what Josh Verne believes is called vision, as dictated in one of his favorite quotes, which is directly applicable to the way that he envisions his businesses. Josh Verne has been extremely successful in the past, as well as in the present and is probably going to enjoy quite a bit of success in his future, all of which is based on the way that he approaches both life and business. His focus is on developing in all aspects of life, being a balanced person that brings a lot to the table in business, although he is particularly interested in employee and management interaction.
A business is something that is sort of like a car, or a large machine, in the fact that there are a ton of different parts that need to be working well together. If some parts are not working well, the entire machine is going to be held back, which is something that Josh Verne focuses on. One of his main points in his podcast is the fact that there are too many people in management who are bosses, rather than leaders. Leaders respect their employees and put them ahead of themselves, while bosses direct people and want others to accomplish the things that they set out.
Through the successful businesses that Josh Verne has had, including FlockU and workpays.me, he has learned that it is in truly leading employees that creates the best results. His Crunchbase profile shows that strives for a win-win situation in the workplace and is of the opinion that regardless of how bleak the situation may seem, there is always a way to create a positive, winning situation for both sides.
Employees are not only going to be happier, but are likely going to improve the business if they are able to be heard, so this is something he stresses. Another major thing that should be considered by anyone who owns a business is focusing on other aspects of life as well. Getting caught up in work first, all the time is a big flaw. The people that really succeed and are happiest in life find out what they love to do, work at it and balance their lives with everything else that is important, including health and family.