Find Investors: Kindness & Other People’s Money

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Investments are made for a variety of reasons such as growth, tax benefits, income, inflation hedging, even bragging rights. However, a core reason private equity investors take other people’s money and put it to good use is simply to be of service to others. I call it the "Love and Kindness Factor".

Have you ever noticed that wealthy entrepreneurs, including those investors in real estate who have made money over the years, generally tend to be good people who are kind, loving and generous. I think success is more likely with those attributes because people like to help others who are kind and generous

This belief was reaffirmed by none other than Warren Buffet. In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, Buffett talked about the deepest core values behind our actions. Here is what he said:

"The power of unconditional love. I mean, there is no power on earth like unconditional love. And I think that if you offered that to your child, I mean, you’re 90 percent of the way home. There may be days when you don’t feel like it — it’s not uncritical love, that’s a different animal — but to know you can always come back, that is huge in life. That takes you a long, long way. And I would say that every parent out there that can extend that to their child at an early age, it’s going to make for a better human being."

So there you have it folks, the world’s greatest private equity investor attributes a lot of what made him super-successful to simple, core values like unconditional love and kindness. :-)

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