Feeling too busy, too stressed, too important to give a helping hand and make a difference? Once we stop and get out of our own way, we not only discover how much we have to give, but also that we have much joy and richness to experience in that transaction.

Getting out of our busy mode and into our heart occasionally many of us would find at least one moment during our day where we could pause, reflect on a situation, and see something that we can do to make a difference in someone’s life.

The pace of life and work has increased a lot and we sometimes don’t give as much thought as we could to the circumstances of other people’s lives. Sometimes, we’re so caught up in our own struggle that we don’t think we can even afford to “give” our time, suggestions and talents to others. And yet, if we do, we are rewarded.

We are, at various times throughout our lives, able to experience richness, synchronicity, and reward through small acts of generosity. This isn’t even about money, although sometimes the rewards will impact our financial status as well. And yet, we fail too often when we are so self-absorbed or consumed by our own situation thinking we’d give up too much by helping.

So, this is just a gentle reminder for all of us to pay attention to at least one “little thing” that will make a difference for someone else. Try to make it for someone you don’t know well or don’t know at all.

 

Article Author: Smiljan Mori is the founder of MindOver™ Network, Brilliant solutions for Performance, Motivation and Happiness. He is also the creator of Big U Academy, , the Kitepreneur NetworkTM and Kitepreneur Lifestyle Academy. He has literally created a successful business and coaching empire from scratch and is a best-selling author and motivational speaker who brings unparalleled professional experience and the latest scientific research from neuroscience and positive psychology to audiences around the globe. He has shown more than 150,000 people from 50 countries how to change their lives for the better.

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