It’s great to have millions and even billions, but when accumulated for greed and selfishness, and having very little regard for humanity, this is where the line needs to be drawn. Now, not all multimillionaires and billionaires are heart-less, and for that I truly admire their philanthropy. People such as Sir Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Tai Lopez, Bill Gates, Oprah, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Robert Herjavec, Warren Buffett and many more. These are the good “guys”, and we’re running out of these of “rich hearted” people.
There’s another honorable “rich hearted” person to add to this list… Haruka Nishimatsu. Mr. Nishimatsu is the CEO of Japan Airlines. How he runs his company is truly amazing, and inspirational. Haruka Nishimatsu is an embodiment of “Everything is significant… Everything matters.” A lot of CEO’s around the world especially here in North America can learn a thing or two of what it means to be a CEO.
If you want to see more of what I’m talking about, click the link at the bottom and watch the short 2 minute video. You will be truly amazed and inspired… maybe you will even decide to apply and work with Japan Airlines.
Just remember, accumulating large sums of capital is great, as long as you give back and don’t become clouded with toxic greed.
Love what money can do for you and those around you, not what it can posses you to do.
– Damien Williams