Jim Rohn said, "Only by giving are you able to receive more than you
already have." In the book The Go-Giver, the main character, Joe, learns
that changing his focus from getting to giving--putting others' interests first
and consistently adding value to their lives--ultimately leads to unexpected
confirms that giving makes us feel happy, is good for our health, and evokes
gratitude. OneHarvardBusinessSchoolreport even concluded that the emotional rewards are the greatest when our
generosity is connected to others, like contributing to a cancer-stricken
friend's GoFundMe Campaign.
you restrict your giving to financial generosity to something or someone,
consider the positive impact of giving of your time, mentoring others,
supporting a cause, and fighting injustice.
and happy people make the daily choice of surrendering their thoughts and
feelings to the moment. By being mindful and focusing your awareness in the
here and now, by calmly acknowledging and accepting your feelings and thoughts,
you attain great peace and free yourself from worry.