In this episode of Doing Business with a Servant’s Heart, Dave shares his journey from working with his father in the mortgage industry to starting his own successful business. He discusses the importance of having a servant’s heart in business and how it has led to his success. Dave also emphasizes the value of building relationships and having mentors. He shares how his mentors have helped him navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship and achieve his goals. This episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants to learn more about how to build a successful business based on the principles of servant leadership.
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Intro Song is “Connected" from the “Gratitude” Album by James Kevin O’Connor Music Row Recording Artist

Steve Ramona Doing Business with a Servant's Heart

Steve Ramona discovered his calling at a young age and is now on a mission to share his secret sauce for success. He thrives on forging meaningful connections, sharing referrals, and watching people flourish.

His contagious passion for the Law of Increase makes his podcast "Doing Business with a Servant's Heart" so successful. This show is chock-full of inspiring stories about overcoming challenges and serving others.

Steve has a knack for spreading good vibes and elevating those around him. He learned from his dad that the entrepreneurial spirit is a great way to make money. I can share stories of how people serve, struggle and win. We all must overcome something, so why not learn to serve and overcome it much faster? I learned early working in our Health Club the importance of customer service. I learned that the more I served it was a win-win for everyone. I enjoy working with people, referring people, and helping people grow. The Law of Increase is my mission when I network around the world.

I love to mentor business people and offer all the resources I have. To win, you must grow yourself first; then, you can share this with others! I am an avid reader and have built a large book directory on sharing with others.