Adding Value In People’s Life


Always remember that we are here to give not to just receive. We receive what we give out. So what are we doing today?

There are many ways to help others and add value to their lives. Here are a few ideas:

  1. Be a good listener: One of the most valuable things you can give to someone is your undivided attention. Listen without interrupting and try to understand their perspective.
  2. Volunteer: Look for opportunities to volunteer in your community or in a cause that you’re passionate about. Giving your time and energy can make a big difference in people’s lives.
  3. Offer help: If you know somebody who needs help, offer to assist them in any way you can. This could be as simple as offering to run an errand or pick up groceries for them.
  4. Share your knowledge: If you have expertise in a particular field, share your knowledge with others. Offer to teach a class or mentor somebody who is interested in learning more.
  5. Give genuine compliments: Simple compliments can brighten somebody’s day. Take the time to notice what others do well and express your appreciation.
  6. Be kind: Small acts of kindness can have a big impact. Hold the door open for somebody, say “thank you” or “excuse me”, or simply smile and say hello.

Remember that helping others doesn’t have to be complicated. Small things can make a big difference and adding value to someone’s life can be as simple as expressing kindness and empathy.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. It’s a great question to ponder every day. What am I doing to make this world a better place for others? Simple yet important tips to achieve our true purpose in this life.

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the post

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  2. Taran says:

    the listening is the part that most people screw up. It’s not a ‘listen to respond’, it’s an actual *listening*, something that is called active listening.

    So many people, when listening, are intent to find ways to fix things, or to argue, or to insert their own perspective. There may be time for that later, but first, listen completely, let the person speak uninterrupted, let them finish their train of thoughts and let them wash over you.

    Then, maybe, respond. But most of the time, that’s all it takes. Sometimes to fix something, we say nothing.

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    1. GS says:



  3. One way to show that you are actively listening is being able to ask questions based on what you have heard. This shows interest in the other person and opens up a new level of conversation.

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    1. GS says:

      Oh yes asking questions also helps in understanding better

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