On October 8, 2020, I was a speaker for a & # 39; Virtual Global Thought Leader Symposium & # 39; on the topic of & # 39; Is Serving Others Essential? & # 39 ;. I had the privilege of being a speaker along with other leading international speakers including Dave Ulrich and Chester Elton. During the interview, Dave Ulrich said, "Build on your strengths to empower others." I was impressed by his wise advice to the public. Here are my ideas and insights on this topic.
If you want to serve others, list your strengths and explore options for empowering others. The fact is, you cannot serve others unless you strengthen yourself.
List your personal, professional, and social strengths. Identify the ways and means to use those strengths to empower others. Dave Ulrich advises, "If you want to remain the" leaders and best, "your next decade will be less about the choices you have and more about the commitments you make by responding to three questions: 1. What do I want? Who can I help? 3. How do I build? ”He offers answers to these questions as follows: 1. Know yourself, 2. Give yourself and 3. Make use of yourself. He revealed, “Sometimes brilliant leaders lack interpersonal knowledge. They are lollipop leaders who have a great brain, but no heart. They have failed to see that learning to collaborate with others is a foundation for both personal happiness and professional success. They must use their strengths to empower others. Research has shown that people who care about people are 60% more likely to be promoted. Economist Arthur Brooks also found that those who gave more and served more earned more rather than less. Those who donated to charity are 43% happier than those who don't. Volunteering and helping others gives you emotional, physical and economic well-being. So serve others selflessly to live your life purposefully and meaningfully. proud to live. "—Anne Sweeney
People often search for stone by leaving gems at home. They need to identify their inner potential through psychometric tools, or from their teachers, or parents, or relatives to use it effectively. the Nobel laureates, they became successful because their talents were identified by their teachers in their early stages of life. They worked consistently and persistently hard in those areas and won the Nobel Prize. So discover the diamond in you to achieve success and add value to add to others to build a better world.