Early on in The Go-Giver, Joe, upon realising he would not land a desired account, referred them to one of his competitors who was in a better position to help them. No, he didn’t want to do that, but he understood it was the right thing to do for the client. This later came back to Joe in a big way.
Last week my wife convinced me to watch the 1940s Christmas film "A miracle on 34th street" because she heard it was good. I can't stand Christmas movies and not a big fan of 1940s cinema either (admittedly I know nothing about it). But reluctantly I said yes, because she's usually right, so who am I to argue? Turns out she was right... again - I thoroughly enjoyed it!