Profit of Kindness

January 5th, 2017 by Jill Lublin

What is The Profit of Kindness™ and Why Is It Important?

The Profit of KindnessThe Profit of Kindness™ is the art of building trusting, long-lasting relationships through open, non-adversarial interchanges that result in mutually beneficial outcomes. The Profit of Kindness™ is a heart-based approach taps into your emotions, our natural instincts, and deeply ingrained feelings. It increases your chances for success because you will be doing what you value and usually do well. Your focus will be more on giving and working with others more than simply winning.

Acting kindly will make you happier, more fulfilled, more successful, and more at peace. Making this change requires a commitment, a constant focus on always trying to be kind.

When kindness becomes a primary goal in life, everything changes: how you look at life, what you get from life, and how others interact and relate with you. When you live by The Profit of Kindness™, burdens that that hampered and held you back are lifted. You see the bigger picture with unfettered clarity and learn what really counts. Life becomes more satisfying and less complicated. You feel better about yourself, about those who are in your world, and about the world itself.

Your life becomes energized, better organized. You shoot for higher goals and reach them. When you focus on kindness, you set an indelible example and provide a legacy of a life well-lived; an example that others can point to, follow and pass on.

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Jill Lublin (40 Posts)

Jill Lublin is the 3 Time Bestselling Author of “Guerrilla Publicity”, “Get Noticed…Get Referrals”, and “Networking Magic”. An internationally renowned speaker, Jill teaches powerful publicity, networking, and how-to- be-influential techniques to companies, entrepreneurs, national associations, non-profit organizations, and franchises.


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