It seems the people I admire the most are those who give. They give their advice, they give their love, they give their time. They give freely without expectation. They give with integrity and honesty. Imagine a mother or father’s love for their child. It is endless, it is selfless, and it is the fuel that drives life.
Through many channels I have learned about the cycle of giving and receiving. In order to enter into this cycle you must either give or receive, but you cannot horde. You cannot hold on to things and imagine that there will be shifts in your life and movement
in your heart. You must give in order to enter the flow.
Interestingly enough, the work affluent means to be in the flow or to flow to
I’ve also heard it said that you must give that which you wish to receive. If you want love – give love. If you want respect – be respectful. If you want recognition – recognize the value in others. It’s such a simple notion but all too often we do the opposite. If you ask yourself how you really feel when someone else gets what you may may quietly realize that subconsciously you are blocking the flow.
Bob Burg wrote an incredible book called The Go Giver which cleverly tells a story that sounds so much like so many.
The Go-Giver tells the story of an ambitious young man named Joe who yearns for success. Joe is a true go-getter, though sometimes he feels as if the harder and faster he works, the further away his goals seem to be…
What do you really want in life and how are you giving it? I want followers, readers, comments and a connection to the world. I will reblog anyone who reblogs me. I will follow anyone who follows me, and I’m forever reading and commenting on the incredible work out there. What an incredible community to be part of.
If you want me to reblog you, please send me the link to your favourite post… the one you’re most proud of. I’d love to read it. I know this will expose us both to new blogs to read, new conversations and new opportunities.
PS the following bloggers are kicking ass at giving… And I’m humbled.
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