What ever happened to doing something to help someone else without expectation of a “pay off”?
Can those of us in Service Industries accomplish this task? If this is true, that we can, why don’t more of us help out their “fellow man” without expecting a “pay day”?
Moving past theory and speaking from direct experience, I have recognized the “invisible” pay off. I know, as a past full time police officer, I was getting compensated for simply “doing my job”. However, have you ever met someone in a service industry that did “more” than their job expected?
You know, that extra little bit of “flame”? Just a little more finishing work? If we were more concerned about the “karma factor” and not about the “self factor”, the world would be a better place, yes?
I think it would be. Shooting from the hip. Thickening up the skin from it’s current “fragile” state – I am confident we would all be better off.
Paris always calls me a “dreamer”. I am sure that I am – but some dreams come true, don’t they?
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