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In Our Business Mindset. Profit, Heart, and Righteousness

Can you profit according to the heart and the sense of righteousness?




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In our business mindset, we calculate everything first prior to doing anything because there is a need to know that there is a profit for our efforts. Where there’s no profit we decide not to go with it.
Profit is typically associated to financial gain and or material success in business.

ARE YOUR DECISIONS CONSIDERING PROFIT, HEART AND RIGHTEOUSNESS IN REPUTATION RISK WHEN USING STAKEHOLDERS?

Profit can also be viewed from a holistic perspective that includes emotional, social, and ethical benefits.

For instance, when there is a decision that aligns with your values and purpose that promotes social justice with stakeholder operations. You may not see a direct financial gain, but it can provide a sense of fulfilment and pride in doing the right thing. Similarly, an action that benefits the environment may not generate immediate financial profits, but it can contribute to the sustainability of the business in the long run.
In short, profit can be measured not only in monetary terms but also in terms of personal satisfaction, ethical standards, and social impact.
Therefore, it is possible to make decisions based on the heart and sense of righteousness while still ensuring that the action is profitable in a broader sense.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ETHICAL VALUES COME FROM PROFIT, HEART, AND RIGHTEOUSNESS


Profit is an important indicator of financial success and sustainability. However, profit should not be the only factor to consider when making decisions. A business that operates with a profit, heart, righteousness sense of social responsibility and ethical values can create a positive impact on the community and society at large, which can contribute to its long-term success.

We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once. Calvin Coolidge

CREATE A POSITIVE LEGACY- SAVE REPUTATION!


Your legacy is being written by yourself. Make the right decisions.” — Gary Vaynerchuk

By incorporating principles of corporate social responsibility and ethical business practices, a business can create value beyond financial profit. This can include supporting community development programs, investing in sustainable technologies, or ensuring fair treatment of employees and suppliers. These actions may not always lead to immediate financial gains, but can have a positive impact on the company's reputation and brand, which can translate into long-term profitability.

CONCLUSION:

Civilization and profit go hand in hand. Calvin Coolidge


Therefore, it is crucial to consider a holistic concept to profit according to the heart and a sense of righteousness. Having an applied principled management and balanced approach to financial objectives includes social responsibility and ethical values. A leader in business that takes a more holistic approach to decision-making, considering the impact on all stakeholders, investors and sponsors are more likely to create sustainable value and achieve long-term success in ways of creating a legacy.

Empower your employees!


Engage them in responsible management practices by encouraging their participation by fostering open communication involving them in decision making.


Book a consultation so together we can create a positive impact.




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Author: Catherine Halse

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