Inspiration Can Be Created From Kindness
Have you heard of the book: Chicken Noodle Soup for the Soul? I love reading that book! The stories written there were submitted by genuine people. It gives me hope that people will always find ways to be kind, no matter how terrible the world is.
The book itself can warm our souls in the same manner that soup fills our bellies. In that book, I read a lot of stories about how a perfect stranger helped others turn their life around.
Actions really do speak louder than words. People may forget your exact words, but they will never forget how you acted and how you made them feel.
Kindness is an unspoken language that everyone understands. That's how quickly we can change someone's life.
As an effectual wellness coach, I assist people in achieving their best selves. Not only physically, but also psychologically and spiritually. I help them manifest their goals, their visions and guide them on turning aspirations into reality.
The pandemic may have created adjustments in the way how I guide people. But love finds a way.
I am still overwhelmed by the expressions of gratitude that I receive when I perform my online seminars. I never imagined that my remarks would travel such great distances.
I never imagined that I would be able to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of individuals who were watching me on Zoom, Facebook, and Youtube.
Kindness ignites the spark of inspiration in people. Why? When people find their inspiration, they are more motivated to do great things. It becomes the very reason why they are striving for excellence.
There are numerous ways in which we could be someone's chicken noodle soup. We could be that stranger who changed their lives. We can make the world a better place through our kind words, pleasant gestures, and listening ears.
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