When do you feel your best?
I want you to think about this for a few moments.
Reflect on all of the times where you felt joy beaming from the top of your head to the tips of your toes.
Personally, when I think about my life, the times I lived with the intention of serving others have brought me some of my greatest joy. Helping others get from where they are to where they want to be lights up my entire being.
When you do what feels good to you as you help others, you create a highly successful business and radiate happiness.
If you don’t think you deserve a business that reflects your truest self, you must reexamine your thoughts about your worthiness. We all deserve a business that feels good and helps others. It is our greatest calling to serve others and do what we love in the process.
There are far too few businesses owners out there who focus on combining service and feeling good, and I believe that’s the root of so much unhappiness, competition, and scams within some parts of the business world. They’re either only serving themselves without giving back, or they’re serving others without giving to themselves.
Both are recipes for disaster.
Instead, when you commit to providing the highest service with the intention of getting people from where they are to where they desire to be, you will find your business dramatically change.
There is so much you have learned on your journey already, and if you have changed your life for the better, you must share your journey with others.
Never be afraid to reach out to those around you who might be struggling since this is part of your commitment to your service.
Your service might not look the same as others, but don’t spend time comparing yourself to anyone else.
Instead, look around you and ask, “Who could I serve today?” “How could I meet someone new?” “How could I help the growth of my community?”
This will forever and always put you in a position of being loved and trusted, since people will feel the giving nature you have within you.
Always, always let your joy shine through.
Then, people won’t be able to get enough of you.
With gratitude, Kadena