Can anyone who enjoys serving others work in all professions and stay happy?
When I see someone who is good as a teacher - I immediately think - this person likes to help people.
When was the last time you met someone who was a good teacher but was a selfish person?
Same with coaches, firefighters.
What I want to see is - a similar assumption about people who are in business.
Is there a way for someone to be in business and still be seen as someone who is about helping others?
I am always weary of anyone who is trying to sell me something...
My first thoughts are - stay away from me.
So when I started my business, it was hard.
I didn't want people to see me like that.
It took a while for me to understand that you can't be in business without selling. And profit isn't a bad thing.
It's still there though. The feeling of guilt unless I go above and beyond with the products and service I give to others.
Can you be good at business and still be kind?
Do you need a small dose of selfish to be a sharp and successful business owner?