“Funding your emotional bank account”
Compassion and Capitalism. Do you think they go together? We live in a complex world of love and care, greed and self-service, and it seems like compassion and capitalism are at opposite ends of the spectrum.
What if we integrated the two concepts into one called “compassionate capitalism”? What if you could strengthen and fulfill yourself emotionally while at the same time amass favor for your personal brand with abundance and wealth to boot?
The upside of having compassion as the distinguishing characteristic for your personal brand and enterprise has virtually no limits. The possibilities invite us to new levels of understanding of compassion, how to turn it into action, and capture generous returns on your investment in this undervalued asset.
Most people want to give and receive compassion, where humanity at its best is on display. We want compassion to be central in the life we live, and to inspire us to our greatness. We tend to feel elevated in our spirit when we are connected to and fulfill each other’s’ needs through our sensitivity and care.
Compassion is an act of Love! It is to commiserate with another’s experience and it is a sympathetic concern for other peoples’ conditions. It encompasses
In his work with the Dalai Lama and in his book of the matter, our colleague and contributor, Blaine Bartlett, teaches about compassion in our personal worlds as it overlaps with your capital worlds to have life work for all that live in the world. It totally resonates with our view on building your “compassion capital” with people who know you and with your professional colleagues. Your personal and business relations flourish and grow into fulfilling adventures by applying compassion in our daily lives.
In this webinar, you will look into compassion and capitalism from several perspectives so that everyone can relate and benefit from the key lessons and the exercise you will do at the end. Going beyond data and information you get to turn compassion into a verb and open new worlds with satisfaction and success.
The larger context is respect for, care for, and honoring our connection with humanity. Chunking it down further, to have empathy for your fellow man and turning that feeling into an action that impacts your network is a service of the highest order. It also produces results. With such a powerful effect it would make sense to learn how to apply this phenomenon throughout your life – in your household, your community, and your workplace.
We delightfully and vigorously take on that challenge. In the world of “me-first”, the world needs more compassion and partnership, especially during this time in history. It shapes our relationships. Compassion on a planetary level contributes to our common interests and it might well be the secret to our future as a species.