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Did You Help Someone Today?

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."



 

This is a question that was shared with me…and it really resonated.


Adding value to others is something I believe we should all be intentional about and strive for.


How cool is it to take advantage of an opportunity to help someone else? I will answer…VERY COOL!


I was driving recently and a car let me merge into the lane when they did not have to. This happened again the next day. I was in awe of this small gesture that made a BIG difference in my day. The next day, I had the opportunity to pay that kindness forward and let someone else merge into my lane.


The thing that makes helping someone VERY COOL to me is that it encourages others to do the same! Our world would be a better place if we asked each other the below question everyday.


DID YOU HELP SOMEONE TODAY?


A few ideas:

  • Let someone merge into your car lane :)

  • Hold the door open for someone even if you have to wait a few seconds

  • Ask someone if there is anything they need help with and follow through if they do need help

  • Reach out to a friend/family member to check in about something great going on in their life or something they may be struggling with

  • Let someone cut you in line

  • Give a genuine compliment to someone

  • Share your smile

  • Share a laugh

 

Thank you for reading and please feel free to reach out if I can help in anyway!


contactdanhorwitz@gmail.com


Sending positive vibes,


Dan Horwitz






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Acts of kindness are contagious - as are smiles! And the more you share, the more you have to give. In addition to small, incidental acts of kindness, I think that instead of the reflexive, 'hi, how are you?', one way to make a real difference in someone's day is to ask in a way that lets that person know that you really are interested in their answer. Consciously building connections with folk and making them feel valued takes only a moment but that momentary kindness yields high returns for you both.

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