The wealth disparity is constantly growing. Wouldn’t it be nice to be on the other end of the spectrum for a change?
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It’s a common question that people ask themselves as they go through life, and can cause a great deal of anxiety when you reach certain stages in life (such as choosing which GCSEs to focus on studying in high school, choosing a career to focus on etc) and you don’t know. This great TED talk has answers for people just like you (and me!), who have reached middle-age and STILL don’t know what we want to be when we grow up…
“The effect you have on others is the most valuable currency there is”
My wonderful 9 year old son is so much like Jim Carrey! He is deeply sensitive to other people’s negative emotions and he tries so hard to transform those into positive ones by making people laugh. His auntie came to meet him when he was just a few hours old, looked into his eyes, and saw the light and laughter in them, even then. She declared that he was going to be a ‘cheeky little chap’, and he is indeed! He’s ‘the class joker’, the one who loves to make people giggle and raise their vibration. Interestingly though, he doesn’t like performing on stage – he’s a one-to-one person, tuning into individual feelings and doing what he can to help them feel better, whether it’s offering a hug, encouragement and support, or a silly joke to make them laugh.
What can YOU do today, with YOUR talents, to leave people feeling better after an interaction with you/your work…?