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Compassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos

Compassionate Capitalism

by Rich DeVos

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This book shows how true capitalism is about people helping other people by giving them a hand-up instead of a hand-out. Greedy people who exploit other people are NOT true capitalists because they create win-lose relationships, where they win at other peoples expense.(these people get capitalism a bad name) On the other hand, true capitalists create win-win situations where they win and so do the people they deal with. A good example of this is the network marketing industry where one persons success is built on the success of other people. In this environment it is impossible to succeed without first helping other people succeed. This is true capitalism and is the economic backbone of any democratic country. ( )
  Andy-Holligan | Apr 16, 2016 |
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  efeulner | Mar 28, 2014 |
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A plan, presented by a co-founder of Amway, to make your life and your world better.

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