In business, good or bad behavior hinges on two things: decision making and how you use money.

Being good is being value-driven. In other words, you ask, “How can I bring 100K of value to my client?” Being bad is being money-driven or “How can I make 100K from my client?”

Do you agree or disagree? Why?

What are your examples of why being good beats being bad?

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