In The Soul Purpose of Money, I made the case that money should be viewed as a tool, and treated that way. Tools are used when they are needed, and…
In The Soul Purpose of Money, I made the case that money should be viewed as a tool, and treated that way. Tools are used when they are needed, and stored when they are not. While large sums of money are neither good nor bad, money can be useful if used towards good causes. Churches have the potential to be more effective with larger budgets, more cancer research can happen if it can be funded, and hungry humans can be fed when money is given to charities that help the impoverished. So if money can be useful, it would also be useful to know how to get more money…so we can do more good things.
Companies that are managed well attract money, like a magnet. A well-run business can increase the flow of money for years, or decades…sometimes centuries. If money can be used to have a positive impact on the world, what better tool could there be to impact the world than a profitable, growing business?
The business community can get a bad rap sometimes. You hear more stories about corporate greed than you do about companies that exist to have a positive impact on society. But companies that exist to benefit society do exist, and many more could use their resources for good. While businesses exist to accomplish various things, money is the fuel all businesses need to operate and grow.
I’ve written about money and personal growth, and this is my first post about business. Because there is no greater tool on earth to build wealth, I’m passionate about seeing good businesses thrive. I’ll be writing about business concepts and strategy execution from time to time, hoping to contribute to the good things that can come from the business world.
To your well-being,