|English term or phrase: benevolent|
|"I believe in using the resources of everybody else benevolently. I believe it's stupid to try todo it yourself. Very few of us have enough capital, enough time... I look at all the other businesses,all the other individuals out there and how to tap into all their energy, all the capital, all the years,....."|
"You should benevolently, nurturously, empathically and respectfully help them learn what ispossible."
"So I'm benevolent, because sooner or later they will realize that my methods can enrichthem beyond all comprehension. Something will happen, and the light will flash and a cohesive tie-in will occur - and they'll owe me one, big!"
"But you cannot expectyour customers on their own volition to be responsible for, or even aware of, the opportunity theyhave to bring their friends, neighbors, coworkers, employees, employers, church members, clubassociates, and colleagues into your business for you. You've got to program them - and programthem benevolently, not self-servingly."
"Let's take the strategy of preeminence because it's the most benevolent and then let's takeoptimization because it tends to be more strategic."
"Start with the belief that your clients will be with you forever, so your responsibility is to assumethey want your leadership, guidance, and advice. So start from the beginning to guide thembenevolently toward what they should do."