What this means is that whatever job you are in, what every industry you happen to build a career in, there are always people you can learn from.
One thing that remains the same regardless of what industry you’re in is that kindness goes a long way.
It’s a trait that unfortunately gets underestimated and is often missed entirely, as opposed to ambition, leadership, passion, intelligence and other more assertive traits often seen in the business world.
Some of acts of kindness, generosity and patience I’ve experienced has left me speechless, and a being writer with no words is an odd feeling.
Sometimes words cannot express how much one person’s act of kindness has touched your life, and as a result that person may remain unaware forever how their kindness has truly changed someone’s life. When that is the case, the best thing you can do is to follow suit. Pay it forward. Change your mindset. One of the best pieces of advice I’ve been given is to always choose kindness, and once you start implementing this into your everyday life, you’d be surprised at how easy it is, and how rewarding it feels.
Imagine what choosing kindness can do you for your business and working relationships. You will have more meaningful exchanges, you will know people better, and you will be rewarded with an overwhelming feeling that you could have helped someone that day, and that is priceless.