10 Laws of Life
Rule 3: Don’t Stop Divening And Share
Always deliver more than expected.
Constantly giving and helping others is also a necessary element
for the development of human life.
The more successful you are,
the more rewards you will receive,
which is higher income,
resources and opportunities.
You can think of these as the things you have always wanted,
set as your life goals.
However, many times they can also become a barrier to your growth.
They can put you to sleep in victory;
you will lose the focus you need to be able to contribute more.
The only way you can do that right now
to ensure your successes continue
to multiply is to not take them for granted.
Just think of them as motivation to help you develop more.
At the same time,
let’s focus on caring,
sharing to those around us,
creating new values for everyone,
helping them seize opportunities
and orientate to move forward together.
You will find that more valuable rewards will come on their own
and your future will always be filled with joy.
and expands your relationship with the outside world.
Thanks to this relationship,
you will be supported both mentally
and physically for the process of promoting holistic personal development.
If you do not know how to open up to others,
you will easily get caught in a vicious cycle of personal selfish thoughts.
In fact, dedication is also a learning process,
it helps you to be more true to yourself
and to the world around you.
Moreover, the insights
and input of others will help you
to refresh your knowledge
to create more and more value.
Creating value is a top priority
Goals are like magnets.
They’ll attract the things that make them come true. ― Tony Robbins
One of the highlights of Mary Anne Ehlert’s bar is
that no matter how important a position
she holds in a leading American financial services company,
she never bothers about possible commissions received from the service.
In fact, she founded the company for the sake of the community first
without thinking about profit.
And a factor that she always attaches great importance
to is that the service package sold
by the company must fully and best meet the needs of customers.
Lisa Pijuan-Nomura is a well-known artist
and art show organizer in Toronto.
Before producing the show,
she never thought about selling tickets or not,
nor focused on saving production costs as much as possible.
She only focuses on how to bring the audience a show
of the highest quality.
Therefore, her programs are always stable in terms
of artistic quality as well as the number of viewers.
The obvious result was that she had never suffered a loss.
The way that Lisa and Mary Anne apply
to create success is not blind trust but higher,
an extremely effective business secret.
It can be applied to whatever area you want to develop in your life.
When you focus and dedicate yourself to work
with the desire to achieve the best product, the best service
then reward will be greater than what you expect.
On the contrary,
focusing on the results
you will get is a trap
because this will deflect your creativity.
Value is in what you create,
not what you get in return.
Contributing to the development process
Much of what we contribute to our lives is itself a great resource for growth
and will produce amazing rewards.
When Michey and Jon Singer went looking for a special school
for their daughter Rebecca with autism,
they really didn’t know what the outcome would be.
When they searched for large,
reputable private schools near where they lived in New Jersey,
they soon realized that
good schools like this have a very limited number of students
while the number of students is limited too many re-registration.
Like other parents,
the Singer family wants their child to go to a good school.
But that’s the case with private schools,
public schools are not better
when they are entangled in other difficulties
such as lack of funds to build facilities
as well as teaching and learning equipment.
Despite receiving many urgent comments from parents,
but the administrators of private schools were also helpless
because they could not improve the situation.
When meeting family singer,
they shared their frustration with the family
and promised to help if the couple wanted
to raise money to open a private school.
At the time, Rebecca was attending a special public school
with 150 other children.
The Singer family thought,
if they raised enough money
to open a school based on the model of other private schools,
it would greatly help Rebecca
and possibly a few dozen other children.
if they raise a lot of money,
they can also fund other private schools to expand infrastructure,
improve equipment, etc.
This is very meaningful
when it helps more children have a good educational environment.
To raise money they run a program called “The Campaign for Rebecca”.
Their goal is to raise $10 million in a long-term campaign
that begins with a trip around the United States by car,
because Rebecca loves to ride in cars.
On the way from New York to California,
with the help of many companies,
the media, police and many philanthropists,
they worked to increase awareness
of autoimmune diseases century in the community.
Eventually, with the help of many other families,
the Singer family raised enough money
to open a school called REED School of Special Education.
At the same time,
they also contribute a sizable amount
to autism research as well as sponsoring a number
of study programs at private schools in New Jersey.
Through this program,
the Singer family has built a life motto:
always be happy no matter what you do.
In 2004, a local car dealership lent the Singers a Maserati,
and they used it to go to 20 stores convincing dealers
to help organize a fundraiser within 24 hours.
They raised more money,
and Rebecca was given the opportunity to ride a plane
– she called the “jet” delighted.
From wishing to have a place for Rebecca in a good school,
the Singer family has come up with a plan
to create benefits for many other children.
It is a meaningful and visionary job.
They quickly attracted a huge investment of time,
money as well as support commitments
from many individuals and organizations.
This program will continue to make larger
and more valuable contributions,
not only to education but also to the science of autism.
To be recognized
This is a very progressive outlook on life.
People with this view always believe that
they will get more when they share with others.
In all aspects of society,
from relationships to work,
nature seems to have arranged a balance of give
and take for everyone.
We can see giving as a big investment in the process of getting back
– anything, even the smallest.
But usually, people always prefer to receive rather than give,
the main reason probably stems
from the attitude of envy towards people over themselves.
These people either consider themselves more deserving
of the reward than others,
or out of the desire to have as much as possible
and only care about personal gain.
This is a selfish attitude.
They only know how to put their mind
and energy to “protect their own interests”.
They live with the belief that they will get everything
if they try to accumulate and hoard.
But the truth is the opposite,
nature is always fair and follows the law:
giving is receiving.
Gaynor Rigby is a very intelligent,
She carries in her youthful enthusiasm and dreams.
At the age of 18,
Gaynor left England to work in the US
because he felt he would have a better future in this country.
After working as a nanny in Cincinnati and then in Toronto,
she got a job as a receptionist for The Strategic Coach.
Although she holds a rather modest position in a small company,
she constantly cherishes great ambitions.
However, the reality of life is not what she thought.
She began to fear for her life
if all ideas failed and fell into a dead end.
Could the world not cooperate
and help her achieve her dream?
Can’t people see what you’ve contributed?
Those questions kept repeating in her head over and over.
One day at the factory,
Gaynor heard Dan talk about how successful entrepreneurs know
they must create values
before thinking about the results.
Suddenly, a thought crossed her mind:
she had been sitting and waiting for her opportunity
to come while all she needed to do was act,
do what she could.
This realization changed her whole life.
Immediately, she resolved to change her life.
The first is to take care of your body.
She started eating and exercising in moderation.
After that, she paid more attention to her work
and found ways to improve it day by day
by drawing up her own work development plan,
and then submitting it to the board of directors.
After receiving approval from her superiors,
she proceeded to implement what was outlined.
Through relentless efforts,
Gaynor has become the director of the Sales
and Marketing Department of The Strategic Coach,
managing the largest number of employees compared
to other departments in the company.
The experiences learned from his days as a hired worker,
combined with the ideas learned from Dan,
have helped Gaynor know how to encourage employees
to work effectively.
She has grown up as a manager who is respected
by everyone for her ability to accept
and successfully complete any challenge,
as well as her ability to allocate
and ensure the quality of work.
Adopt a generous attitude
Most of us are easy fall into a state of self-permissiveness that allows oneself
to accept the gifts life has to offer before helping
or sharing with others.
We still think those things that come naturally mean we deserve it.
Often, these thoughts get ingrained in our minds
because other people influence us to believe them,
without knowing that we are being manipulated,
manipulated by their will.
A generous attitude helps us to care about ourselves and others,
helping us to focus more on our contribution.
Act like Gaynor and keep developing your creativity.
Let’s work for the very sense of responsibility,
for the work and the common development of everyone.
Do whatever it takes
if you feel you can change things for the better.
At that time,
the reward will come to you on its own
without having to search for it.