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It's Never Crowded Along the Extra Mile - Wayne Dyer

It’s Never Crowded Along the Extra Mile – Wayne Dyer

While we have a millions reasons to help others:
– Some people REALLY need our help
– It makes the world a better place
– It builds trust and love
– It makes us feel good — it actually makes us happier!

… we also have a million things that stop us from going that extra mile and helping others:
– I don’t have time today
– I don’t really know that person
– I can’t help everyone in that situation
– Other people are in a better position to do it

What we have to do is realize that if we don’t reach out and offer assistance freely and often, we are actually creating a world where grace and helpfulness is scarcer and scarcer. And we were meant to live more abundantly.

So let’s start creating the world that we want to live in. Stop the excuses, and start giving. After all, we know the upside is happiness, right?

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About Jay Denhart-Lillard

Jay is the CMO and head of product strategy for MetaMorph Corporation, dedicated to creating the future of unique, personal branding. Find out more at www.metamorphcorp.wordpress.com.

10 comments

  1. The extra mile is great when people want help and not everything you have and are.

  2. A great post—reaching out to others is the key to making this world a better place.

  3. Awesome message – it gets even easier to go that extra mile once you realize that it usually comes back to you in the end as well!

  4. i find it lonely on that extra mile. Especially when I a making an effort for myself. Great post though especially during the week of Thanksgiving. So apt!

  5. I think this is great. Thanks for helping to make the world a better place for all.

  6. So true! I have heard so many people say things like someone else can help or I can’t give to everyone. Every little thing helps.

  7. A great encouragement to start making the world the happy place we want it to be =)

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