Todays 'free-market' philosophy of one-dollar-one-vote has all but eclipsed the traditional one-person-one-vote values of our grandparents’ generations. Our democratic and humanitarian concepts of 'all for one, one for all' and 'we're all in this together' have all but vanished. It's not my intention to start a political discussion about the rights and wrongs of national or international fiscal policies. I do not wish to delve into the wheeler-dealing of money markets and the distribution of corporate wealth. Nope. That is not what this book is about. Nevertheless, I will challenge the statement that 'Greed is good.' And by so doing, explain how I believe we can all, on a very personal level, benefit from a philosophy that is quite the opposite. Indeed, I am going to show you how generosity expedites wealth creation. But to do that, first we need to understand what generosity is.