The real reason to do favors for people


Michael Tunney is a writer, editor and media strategist based in Chicago. This post originally appeared on Lantern. It goes without saying that you should do favors for other people you care about (and even- gasp! – perfect strangers) without expecting anything in return. It’s all part of what goes into being a good person. “Do for others with no desire of returned favors. We all should plant some trees we’ll never sit under.” − Unknown But there’s a deeper, more strategic reason why you should do favors for other people. Most people don’t like to admit it or talk...

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