Helping Others is Good Business
Imagine if you could build a successful business by helping others to live a better life, rather than chasing profits or deceiving others to improve profit margins. This desire may be driven by altruism initially but it is also good business.
When creating a new product, you are more likely to find success by talking to customers or prospects to understand their needs and seek solutions to unmet problems, rather than focusing on capturing market share or extracting profits from customers.
This session will explain how the dynamic of how helping others aligns your business with increased profits. The art of product-market fit and opportunity discovery will be discussed in detail to demonstrate how a business can create a successful product by helping others.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How can you make money by helping others live a better life?
- Isn't capitalism evil and doesn't it work against the idea of helping others?
- Are the times when helping others might not be good for business?
- What does helping others have to do with Lean methodology?
- Is this idea of helping others only for non-profit organizations or does it apply broadly to all types of business?
- Neal Cabage Oversee
Neal Cabage Oversee
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