Collaborate, Don’t Compete – Episode 522   

This Prosperity Podcast episode emphasizes the idea of collaboration over competition. Kim calls this concept “win times three” where each party involved in a deal benefits inclusively. This approach encourages sharing and giving first, believing that life will reward those who are generous. Kim highlights the instances when she collaboratively worked with professionals like Patrick Donahoe and Caleb Williams, who could be considered competitors, but instead became collaborators. Through such collaborations, they managed to further the Prosperity Economics Movement and improve client services. Kim also mentions a few other professionals she collaborated with like Spencer Shaw, stating that such collaborations can have enlightening outcomes. Kim expresses gratitude and shares the experiences where she was recognized by peers for her impact on their career, which she found fulfilling.

Best-selling author Kim Butler and Spencer Shaw show you how to take more control of your finances. Tune in to The Prosperity Podcast to learn more about Prosperity Thinkers thinking and strategies today!

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Show Notes

  • The concept “win times three”: A concept that reflects collaboration instead of competition
  • “Give first” attitude and the notion of collaboration even with potential competitors
  • Examples of collaborators who are also potential competitors in the world of whole life insurance
  • The Prosperity Economics Movement and its benefits
  • Attendance and participation at an event for advisors, promoting openness and sharing
  • Books, copyrights, and the freedom of ideas.
  • Adopting a lens of prosperity thinking around collaboration
  • The benefits of the weekend spent with collaborators.
  • Recognition of gratitude from collaborators, despite the initial discomfort in expressing it
  • Impacts and contributions made by the books and podcast
  • Kim’s gratitude to collaborators who have been particularly helpful.

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