Helping others is a virtue that seems to be disappearing in modern society. Our fast-paced lifestyle often leads us to put ourselves before everyone else so that we can get it all done.
But a rising tide lifts all boats, and helping others makes our entire world better off.
In this episode, I discuss one of the greatest helpers in history and how his good deeds continue to positively affect our society more than 100 years later.
Show Highlights Include:
- The desirable characteristic that makes you irresistible and invaluable to everyone around you ([1:53])
- Invaluable life lessons from the little-known American who was one of history’s greatest helpers ([3:45])
- How George Washington Carver is still helping Midwestern farmers to this day and what you can learn from this (even if you’ve never seen a farm) ([9:06])
- 8 “Cardinal Virtues” that can make you a more effective and well-liked person ([12:06])
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