A business of goodness has made Dr. Jackson a fortunate man. He has spent the last 25 years traveling to 150 countries. Dr. Jackson explains that he was “stuck on stupid” meaning addicted to accumulation. Now, Dr. James W. Jackson says, “I’m such a lucky guy,” since Project C.U.R.E. has 150,000 volunteers and sends medical supplies to 123 countries. To change from being a taker to a giver follow these insightful principles; 1.What is horded is lost, 2.Giving multiplies and, 3.Doing more to accumulate will not equal happiness. Dr. Jackson advises to be sustainable in humanitarian efforts organizations must use best business practices. And in doing so, Project C.U.R.E is successful.
Collaboration is defined by Dr. Jackson with principles found in his book,
“The Happiest Man in the World: Life Lessons from a Cultural Economist.” Two such principles are everyone in the deal needs to be better off, and utilize your leverage to make each other better off. Dr. Jackson advises to be sustainable in humanitarian efforts organizations must use best business practices.
What is the secret to happiness? According to Dr. Jackson it’s letting go to the addiction of accumulation. And, how you reconcile the consequences of your actions determines your level of happiness.
To purchase Dr. James W. Jackson’s book, visit: www.winstoncrown.com
Getting involved is simple, visit: www.projectcure.org.
- Making Medical Donations Work (opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com)