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When you order from Amazon, use “smile.amazon.com.”
You choose the charity, and they donate a portion of your eligible orders at no cost to you.
“Like,” “Share,” or comment on your friend’s business content.
It’s easy, free, and strengthens your friendship, and their business.
Instead of taking leftovers home to have them spoil, consider giving it to someone in need.
One simple compliment can turn someone’s day around and positively affect many lives.
Compliments are easy to give if you focus on something you like. Look for opportunities to give a complim...
The practice involves committing to one 5 minute favor a day.
Doing one a day instills a habit of giving that benefits more than just the recipient.
If you’re walking by a piece of trash, toss it in the nearest can. Every bit adds up over time.
Show generosity to your community and the Earth.
Practice decluttering on a monthly basis. Donate the items to a charity of your choice.
One place we tend to forget to be generous is work. We spend a vast majority of our life there.
It’s important to take the time to support your coworkers.
Many of us accumulate nickels and dimes that end up in forgotten places.
Collect coins in a ziplock bag and give it away to someone with a genuine need.
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Make a list of the things in your life for which you are grateful.
Sometimes, the most important step you can take to become more generous is to consider what you already possess.
Give, even if you start with $1 to an online charity. It does not matter what amount you choose, jump right in with something small to help build momentum in your life towards generosity.
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Most of the psychological theories are verbal, but words can be imprecise. If "cooperation is intuitive", it needs to state when. And what does "intuitive" mean?
In order to solve this, compu...
These models represent collections of individual people described by computer algorithms that capture a specific set of traits, such as a tendency to cooperate or not.
The patterns that emerge can tell you things about large-scale social interaction that lab experiments and real people never could.
There seems to be evolutionary logic to the human ability to cooperate but adjust if necessary. To trust, but verify.
We generally collaborate with other people because it benefits us. Our rational minds let us work out when we might occasionally gain by acting selfishly instead.
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If you want love, then you must give love; if we want peace, then you must give peace; ...
Unconditional generosity is giving without anticipation of any kind of reciprocation, repayment, or even a thank you.
Examples of generosity include a simple smile for a stranger or sharing your time with the elderly. Think about what else you can give in terms of time, talent and resources that you are blessed with.
Generosity spreads and transfers and has a 'pay it forward effect' many times over.
The generosity cycle has it's own momentum and spreads over a period of time as each person is impacted.