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If you want money, don’t sell your soul

Entrepreneurship is most difficult for the kind of person who’s willing to sell their soul for money.

The person who tries to create wealth by thinking primarily in terms of what they can get from others is too far removed from the spirit of generosity that drives the process of value-creation.

Entrepreneurs don’t need to be saints, but they do need to possess the ability to help others get what they want.

Self-interest, even if characterized as greed, can only be satisfied through service.

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