The Dojo4 Playbook

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Generosity as a core component of our business here at Dojo4.

What does that mean, in practical terms? As we know, generosity is the inclination to give without any expectation of return, to be open-handed and hearted, to be unselfish, unstingy, broadminded and inviting. As a company, that can look a lot of different ways. Here are some examples:

These expressions of generosity may simply seem like the right thing to do. No doubt that’s true, but they also provide a real and meaningful advantage in navigating the business landscape. While generosity doesn’t expect anything in return, it does generate a wheel of wealth in the form of “what comes around, go around.” And this cycle provides both measurable and untold value. Because it’s a differentiator and indicator of integrity, generosity attracts both good employees and good clients. In that way generosity reliably contributes to organizational longevity and sustained profits.

These profits may be financial or represent other kinds of capital. For instance, practicing generosity may generate value reflected in some or all of these ways:

Generosity can take a lot of different forms and look a lot of different ways, but it’s a one-size-fits-all method for us all to give our business a strategic advantage. Magnanimity will boosts Dojo4 by:

No matter how much or how little it may feel there is to go around, there is always some way to give. There is no downside to creating wealth in that way. And, in any case, regardless of the benefits associated with generosity, cultivating it as a core tenant of Dojo4 inevitably increases happiness. We can’t go wrong with that.