In his provocative book, Antifragile, Things That Gain From Disorder, Nassim Taleb describes three types of people in society (p. 376-377).
There are those who are described as having “no skin in the game.” According to Taleb, these are those who seek to benefit from others, regardless of the harm that might be caused.
A second type of person is described as having “skin in the game.” Those with skin in the game assume their own risks and neither benefit from nor harm others.
A third type of person in society is described as having “soul in the game.” These people are willing to take risks on behalf of others. Those with “soul in the game” are committed to an idea and translate this commitment into actions, especially for the sake of others.