Finding a way to connect the heart to the product is always a way to sustain during product development for startups in a new economy. There is no easy path to success, but when entrepreneurs believe in something or have a passion, they find a way.
That's why RichTeez connects its desire for quality with its commitment to a better future for youth. RichTeez.com commits a portion of all proceeds to youth financial literacy education outreach.
Many entrepreneurs have connected their hearts to their company missions. John D Rockefeller was known for giving out dimes and once even aligned dimes back to back onFifth Avenuewhich inspired the now popular charity outreach known as the March of Dimes. Rockefeller was also committed to the practice of tithing which is giving ten percent of one's gross income to local churches and missions.
The founders of Quaker Oats and Walmart tithed. Target stores have committed 5% of all income to local charities in communities they operate with a current commitment of $1 Billion to education by 2015.
Bill Gates is still one of the top three richest men in the world even since his retirement from Microsoft in 2008. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has an endowment of $33 Billion as of September 30, 2011. Their goal is to eradicate diseases as polio in countries likeIndiaand Africa by providing vaccines we take for granted in the[USA] country.
Thank that glossy white polish known as Colgate to tithing founder William Colgate of Colgate-Palmolive Corporation. Even top shelf photographed Kim Kardashian and her family tithes. Not familiar with the tithe concept? Find it in Malachi 3:10 in the bible. It goes as follows:
“Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the LORD Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.”
RichTeez.com challenges anyone to put Malachi 3:10 to the test. See for yourself. You simply can not lose by giving.