If you really want to be selfish then do everything that you can to make things better for friends, family and society. Selfish doing things for other people? Absolutely. You will find that when you go out of your way to help those less fortunate or in need there is an amazingly great feeling that you will have in addition to helping out those less fortunate. It makes no difference of your financial ability whether you are barely making it through today's economy or thriving. There is something that will make you smile knowing that you helped make someones day, week or lifetime better because you cared enough to help out. That is being selfish.
I designed Hire Just One, the first part of my programs to change peoples lives. To help them by using my 50 plus years of business experience to convince businesses that for them to make more profits they have to hire more people. Thousands upon thousands of jobs were created simply by reaching businesses throughout the country and letting them know the advantage of hiring just one more person. When you navigate the website check out VIDEOS and you will see brief two minute video of how, with your help, we can bring back prosperity for all. That means the 99%... Check out "In The News" and click on Katie Couric's CBS Evening News. Then you will get a better idea of what I am trying to do.
The first phase of my program exceeded all expectations and reached 21 National broadcasts both television and radio.This program was the first to be featured on "The Greatest Person of the Day" on Huffington Post.
It went viral as the message resonated throughout the USA plus Voice of America around the world.
The second phase will create at least one million good paying jobs within 120 days of enactment of the Hire Just One Act. I am told by accountants that the amount is too conservative and possibly 4 million people could be hired.Are you one? Contact your local State Representative and your U.S.Representative and beg them to endorse the Hire Just One Act.
We can do it with your help.
"Its in my genes",
Sincerely Gene Epstein