Do You Know What Keeps Most People From Being of Service?

handsBy Stacey Hall

Las Vegas Informer

“Wherever there is a human in need, there is an opportunity for kindness and to make a difference.” — Kevin Heath

There is a real possibility that I will be of service to someone today.

It is always important to me to be of service to others.

And, yet there are times when I have let my concerns of being ‘too pushy’ or ‘I don’t know how to be of help’ get in the way of being of service.

In other words, when I put the focus on my concerns rather than on my commitment to be of service, I am stopped in my tracks, which stops me from providing Acts of Kindness.

I believe that I am not alone and that many people find themselves in the dilemma created when we are more concerned about being pushy rather than being committed to involving ourselves in ways that make a difference for others.

Have you ever experienced this same dilemma?

What is your commitment regarding being of service?

staceybestHow do you perform Acts of Kindness?  Are your acts of service done randomly or do you schedule specific days and times when you will do Acts of Kindness?

Thanks for posting your insights and inspirations below as a comment.

Stacey Hall

 

Stacey Hall, L.S.H., C.N.T.C., is the CEO and Founder of the Hall Institute of Intuitive Wellness and the best-selling author of ‘Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All.’ (http://www.chi-to-be.com)

One Response to Do You Know What Keeps Most People From Being of Service?

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