Creating and Measuring meaningful connections
We all know what successful people look like. They are are the ones who do whatever it takes, the ones with the sharp elbows, the ones who know how to take what is theirs.
But there is a different, better path to success. Some of the most successful people — not just in business, but in many realms — are in fact classic “givers,” people who genuinely try to help those around them.
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Most of us assume that people achieve success and then start giving back. But what if the opposite is true? Could it be that giving first actually leads people to succeed later?
Dentsu Aegis, Brewgooder, Flavourly, Move On… at first thought, these companies don’t seem to have much in common. Yet regardless of the industry one key has been crucial to their success: service. They serve their clients with excellence by giving them tools to empower their lives, businesses and their own customers. They provide experiences that really work for people because they understand that true worth is determined by how much more they give in value than they take in payment.
These companies understand that there’s no intellectual property around pleasant and helpful interactions.
If we can achieve success through giving and serving, then we will be living a life of significance. There's no better way to earn the trust and admiration of a customer base, invigorate teams, and try to change lives for the better.
Make giving part of your business strategy. Giving is good business.
Because as Richard Branson said,
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