When you surprise someone with generosity it can be a wonderful thing. But what drives the giving? One answer is perspective.
Generosity doesn't have to be extravagant or expensive. The second discipline is another question you ask yourself. Then watch how it changes you.
In the fifth article in my series on generosity, we step into actually giving - from a simple place, from the place of our abundance.
I don't believe generosity is something you're born doing well. But it is a habit that you can develop. And the first discipline shapes how you listen.
People will suggest that the first lesson in learning generosity is to give a small amount. They're wrong. That's not generosity's first lesson. This is.
People say you should give without any expectation at all. I disagree. I think you should step into generosity with a level of expectation. The right way.
A lot of people presume that the opposite of generosity is selfishness, but I don't think so. Come see what I think it is, and how to deal with it.
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