You Need to Make a Positive Difference not only for Yourself, but also for Every Person You Ever Encounter!
Wow! That is a powerful title! Come to think of it, is that statement even possible? Most of us have enough problems just taking care of ourselves. We’re constantly overwhelmed and trying desperately to just keep our noses above the water line. So how are we expected to fill such a big order as making a positive difference for every single person we ever meet? That’s asking a lot, wouldn’t you agree?
I do agree. However, you can do anything you put your mind to. Let’s start small so you’re not so overwhelmed. There is a way. There is help out there. Please realize that someone else has already written down everything you want to know. The knowledge and the secrets to your successes are out there somewhere. You just have to find it.
Consequently, you can become an expert at anything you want if you read enough books and talk to enough people about your topic. With every book and every person you talk to, you get that much closer to finding that secret knowledge that you are searching for. Do this long enough and you will make yourself that sought after expert.
Once you have done the work, you will win the prize of being knowledgeable, skillful, and the go-to-person in that area. This would be awesome for anyone to experience, and especially for a teenager. Now, don’t try going and giving me that excuse that you can’t do this because you’re just a kid. It’s not an excuse. Teens everywhere around this world are doing some pretty amazing things everyday!
As the sought after expert in your particular area, your whole life will be changed for the better. Your higher skills will put you in demand and enable you to draw a higher salary. With this additional income, you'll be able to live a higher quality life and be able to help others. Get ready to be a leader and enjoy some of the nicer things this planet has to offer you.
In addition to these nice things, you will acquire a bunch of skills and habits that will serve you for the rest of your life. A good example of this would be the habit of knowing how to work hard and not quit when things don’t go your way.
Once you have followed this advice and have made a positive difference in your own life, then you’ll be in a much better position to make a positive difference in other people’s lives, starting first with the people that surround you, like your family and closest friends. Since you are now a higher quality and more capable person, you should be able to now positively affect your family and friends, and make that big positive difference in their lives that they need and deserve. You have walked in their footsteps, you have found your path. Now show them the way!
Next circle of influence, we tend to travel in similar circles or live similar lives as many of the people we find ourselves coming into contact with everyday. This means that you and your peers have many of the same problems and challenges. This will be the common ground that you will start from.
Since you have already made a positive difference in your own life and you relate really well to your peers because you come from the same circles, then you should be able to get them to understand that you know what they are going through and that you were once there too! You have risen to make a positive difference in your own life by over-coming the same obstacles they too are facing. You can show them the road to success and shorten their learning curves. Your help will create a positive impact on your peers.
Easy enough, right?
Now for the BIG Question: How do you do this for everyone you ever encounter? You do it by living a life full of success and happiness. You do this by reeking of self-esteem and by exuding self-confidence in everything you do.
Others will notice and they will be inspired by you. They will want to be around you. They will want to emulate you. By modeling your behaviors of success to the whole world, people observing you will automatically learn a little bit more on how to be more successful in their own lives. In essence, they will help you make them more successful. So, in the end, your own constant improvement is how you can make a positive difference in every person’s life you ever encounter.
Now teens, go learn, lead, and lay the way to a better world for all of us! Thanks again in advance.
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