Do Well by Doing Good

Bruce Kasanoff
1. Anytime you interact with another person, the first three words in your head should be: help this person.

2. If a person is too selfish, nasty or scary for you to help… at the very least do your best not to hurt them.

3. When you help another, you are demonstrating the kind of person you are, and you are creating the kind of world in which you want to live.

4. Day after day, be a little bit kinder and a tad wiser than you were the day before.

5. Always be yourself, unless you are a self-absorbed and self-centered person. In that case, act like someone else for a change.

6. Be as kind to others as you are to a puppy, and as respectful as you are to your boss.

7. If you can read and write, you can help someone land a job and a measure of self-sufficiency.

8. The problem with happiness is that it can be an empty emotion. If you treat yourself to a nice dessert, you might feel happy. But if you eat dessert seven days a week, you might start to feel like an overstuffed pillow.

9. Don’t try to teach a starving person how to fish. First, give them a fish. Teach them how to fish when the pressure to eat is gone.

10. When you consider whether you have yet lived up to your potential, ask whether there is more you could be doing to help others in this world.

Bruce Kasanoff is a ghostwriter for entrepreneurs. Learn more at Kasanoff.com. He is the author of How to Self-Promote without Being a Jerk.
With every passing day, our world becomes a bit more tightly interconnected. More than ever, what goes around comes around. Here are 50 tips for success in such a world…

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