Those entrepreneurs who are always interested in getting than giving.
Those who only position themselves so that they can get exposure than give exposure.
They are people who are your friends because of your fame, level of status, wealth, or education.
They are there not for who you are as a person but for what you have.
That’s all they are interested in, not you. Once you lose these things, so will they lose you.
It is about them shining, outshining everyone in the room.
To them, giving is a zero-sum game, if he wants to win, other people have to lose.
But today, success is increasingly dependent on how we interact with others.
I believe that the most meaningful way to succeed is to help other people succeed… The great thing about a culture of givers is that is not a delusion, it is reality.
For me, the more I help out, the more successful I become. But I measure success in what it has done for the people around me. That is the real accolade.
I want to live in a world where givers succeed, and I hope you will help me create that world.