Create The Change You Want To See;8 Sensational Ways To Impact Your World Positively Daily
15 October 2020 Blog
Every day we have the opportunity to help others or perform a random act of kindness that positively impact’s others lives. Here are some great ways to get started from www.inc.com/angelina-zimmerman
1. Give More
Start by giving more than what is expected.
Whether it is helping a colleague work on a project, doing household chores you have been putting off for months or years, or spending quality time with your children.
Learn to become aware of what is happening around you and what others are experiencing. This helps you to live more fully in the present.
2. Smile More
A genuine smile is contagious. A smile is a universal language that can literally change someone’s day.
It boosts your mood, takes a moment of your time, costs nothing and has an immediate positive impact for both parties.
3. Help Others
Helping Others gives us a sense of connectedness, joy, fulfillment and meaning.
Look for ways you can make a difference; from offering to pick up your friend’s child from school, helping a colleague meet a tight deadline, run some errands for your partner, help a mother who has her child in a pram carry her shopping bag, or buy someone who can never repay you lunch
4. Send A Thank You Note
This is a good way to demonstrate sincere gratitude for those people whom touch your heart. people who inspire you, have taught me valuable lessons, helped me grow and become a better person, gone out of their way to give me advice or simply been there for me as a true friend.
5. Create More Love
Every day we have the power to choose to act with love or fear .There is no denying the power of creating more love in our lives and for those around us. The choice really is ours
6. Quality Time With Family
There is no better time than right now to start increasing the quality of your relationships with those you love.
In a world with no off switch, it is easy to get caught up in the vortex of an never ending to-do-list or be swallowed up by all the distractions on your phone from business and personal emails, an over supply of apps, client phone calls and your list of errands and daily priorities.
It is exhausting, drains your energy and robs you of the opportunity to use that time to allow you to refresh your mind and body and increase your levels of happiness by spending quality time with your family.
Start by sitting at the table together to have a real conversation minus the technology gadgets – talk, laugh and learn what happened throughout the day, organize to go on a picnic on the weekend at your favorite park or go on an adventure by driving to a new city or fun park.
7. Nurture Your Business Relationships
Success in business comes down to one’s ability to build and maintain relationships
Those who excel at nurturing their business relationships are in constant demand, others are attracted to them like a moth to a flame resultant of their exceptional ability to develop a meaning and real connection with others.
Success in business and life in general is attributed to the connections we create with others and the degree to which we are able to give and receive.
8. Surprise Someone You Love
Who doesn’t love a surprise?
Surprising someone you love pleasantly is one of the most beautiful ways to demonstrate how much you love and care about that person.
When we get caught up in our daily lives of routine and mundane tasks, we can forget to take the time to demonstrate how much we truly care and show sincere appreciation for the joy and happiness that person bring into our lives.
Sometimes, it is not enough to simply say the words ‘I love you’, the actions to demonstrate that statement is true sends The message with much more vigor.
If we engage in random acts of kindness and take positive action daily ,it forms a habit.
Engaging in random acts of kindness and taking action rewires your brain. It positively changes other’s life and can also change your life forever.
The final thought ,‘Be the change you want to see in the world’ – Gandhi.