Coming from Daniel Goleman this ‘sentence‘ caries a certain weight.

Now can we turn this on its head?
What if  (some) rich people care less not because of they being rich but because in today’s world being callous represents a competitive advantage when it comes to getting rich?
Modern neuroscience has proved that there is some plasticity in adult brains so becoming rich might alter one’s behavior but this process is also culturally determined, if callousness would be socially unacceptable this behavior would certainly have a cost attached and would slowly disappear…