In my old life (click here to learn how I destroyed my old life) I thought Rich and Successful people where all GREEDY. Since becoming a Successful Entrepreneur I too have become GREEDY and I LOVE it, but my meaning of GREEDY sure has changed.
1. Excessively desirous of acquiring or possessing, especially wishing to possess more than what one needs or deserves.
2. Wanting to eat or drink more than one can reasonably consume; gluttonous.
3. Extremely eager or desirous: greedy for the opportunity to prove their ability
‘Extremely eager to Learn, Work Smarter, be Happy, accumulate Wealth, and Share it’.
Do you think this is GREEDY of me?
I encourage you to become GREEDY also.
I talk with many people that are looking to start a home business and one of the questions I ask is ” How much money is your dream income” I find their comment interesting when they answer
“I don’t want to be greedy”. My thoughts are, “is it GREEDY to be able to give away millions to those in need?”
So is it then SELFISH not to be GREEDY?
If you have the opportunity to create enough money to look after your family and then have extra to be able to help others.
Then do you think this is GREEDY?
“Warren Buffett donated more than three times as much to charity than anyone else: $3.084 billion
Mark Zuckerberg, 28, announced he was donating 18 million Facebook shares, or nearly $500 million,
Bill Gates’, gave their foundation $469 million last year.
As they say in any aircraft … “put your mask on first then help others”.
One of my favorite sayings is “the best way to help the poor and needy is not to be one of them”
This is only possible if your GREEDY. (but only my Entrepreneurial meaning of course )