“Rich people are selfish”.
“Just be happy with what you have.”
“Why is it always about the money?”
If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard this crap, I’d trip over the irony.
I’m sure you’re tired of hearing these things too.
I personally know a ton of generous entrepreneurs…
Jason Atkins, my guest on this week’s episode, is one of them.
Jason is the CEO of 360insights, a company with 600 employees managing over $3.5B of accounts for large brands (like Samsung, Sony, LG, Whirlpool, Electrolux, etc).
And instead of keeping his success to himself…
He blows the belief that “rich people are selfish’ right out of the water.
Jason’s one of the most generous entrepreneurs I’ve ever met.
For one, he decided to open a data centre in Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere…
He then grew a team of over 110+ employees, and pays them more than 10x the average wage…
And, if you think that’s impressive, over 53% of his team members donate weekly…
Talk about being generous!
They’ve delivered thousands of volunteer hours and they’ve put hundreds of less fortunate children through school.
If you’ve ever wondered how you can make a bigger impact on the world as an entrepreneur, then get some ideas from Jason in this week’s episode for you.
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In this interview, Jason’s passion for charity just takes off, and we get talking about:
- Why he launched teams in struggling communities
- How 360insights transforms subcultures
- The value of a bigger ‘why’
- Culture growth strategies
- Incentivizing charity in your teams
- Your social responsibility
Years ago, Jason invited me to come and visit him in Haiti.
When most people are invited to a 3rd world country, they’ll appreciate the gesture but are suddenly “too busy”.
As soon as I could, I flew to Haiti with my wife and kids to see with my own eyes how Jason was transforming people’s lives.
It was eye-opening.
Don’t ever tell me living a wealthy life means you have to be selfish…
Watch the episode here and see for yourself how building your dreams can change more lives than you ever could imagine.