“We all need people who will give us feedback. That’s how we improve.”

-Bill Gates.

You can’t wait for other people to step up and be nicer than you. Why not just  take it upon yourself to  be a good person? As a long time buyer and seller on Ebay I’ve noticed some people won’t give you feedback until you give them a review.  If everyone on Ebay did this no one would have  any feedback! This apparent practice by some people exposes a selfishness among the community and people in general. If We all  waited on another person to be more kind then We are, all of us would be at some sort of stand still.    The majority of people are not all  that nice, although they have the capacity to be. Not everyone will go out of their way for you. Therefore, why not let yourself be the  one to make the first move, even if  others choose to stand still. The mob mentality is a very real thing, if  none of us broke from the crowd, nothing would progress or change. Throughout my recovery it has been the good samaritans or those willing to  take notice of others needs around them, that have helped me the most.Simply put, things would cease to function if no one was willing to  step out and

have a  less self centered perspective. Or if We only helped others because they helped us. Likewise if We only gave to receive. You aren’t always going to get something in return and that’s okay. The satisfaction We feel from giving becomes marred, if We only do it expecting something in return. The spirit of giving is one of love and selflessness. If our motivation is to get something back for it, We simply turn it into a meaningless exchange, like buying   goods from a  store. The  World needs more people that are willing to step out from the crowd, even if it makes them feel uncomfortable or vulnerable. Usually if something creates discomfort in you, then that’s a good sign that you’re on the right track. Because comfort zones rarely breed progress or large successes.

Cheers and get more uncomfortable!


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