This episode of the Prosperity Podcast discusses the mindset of givers and takers, particularly among millionaires and billionaires. Drawing insights from a study by Patrick Campbell, a man who has owned a data analytics company, the hosts note that Campbell’s study shows that takers tend to seek 51% of value from their interactions and see relationships as a series of single moves.
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- The importance of using the word ‘strategy’ instead of ‘plan’.
- The study of Patrick Campbell: Based on interactions with 18 millionaires and six billionaires, revealing that net takers expect 51% of value from relationships
- Findings that the richest 13 out of 24 people studied were net givers
- The importance of being a net giver and how the practice of gratitude can facilitate that
- The values and actions of net givers to the motivations and operations of mutual life insurance companies
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