Why Expert Entrepreneurs Care Most About Helping Others

Why Expert Entrepreneurs Care Most About Helping Others

Expert entrepreneurs build and manage the biggest, most profitable, most well-known, most innovative and impactful, most admired companies; what do you mean they care more about helping others than helping themselves?

Here is the first episode of Whatever The Heck That Means on YouTube!

This is the first of a series of videos exploring the key traits of a good entrepreneur: caring about helping others. To do this we explore the 4 levels of happiness first developed by Aristotle; what Peter Drucker observed that decides what a business is; a necessary, but paradoxical, mindset articulated by James Stockdale after surviving a POW camp; and the amazing things that can happen when you pursue “level 4” happiness.

I hope you’ll check it out, like and subscribe if you do, and comment your thoughts and questions too.

If you want to talk about how you can apply these ideas in your business, contact me through simbiotrek.com.

Sean Kennedy

The creator of "Whatever The Heck That Means" can usually be found with his wife and younger son in their adopted home of North Carolina. (His older son is now an adult and away studying mechanical engineering.) From there he is the Founder and President of Simbiotrek (sim-bฤ“-'รค-'trek - https://simbiotrek.com), and makes occasional digital imprints on LinkedIn (https://linkedin.com/in/seanpk) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/AkaMacGyver), as well as on the Be Action YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/@BeAction).

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