4 Ways to Impact Others

A question to ponder: if you could offer one thing that could impact others, what would it be?

4 Ways to Impact Others

After tossing this question out to the masses here were some responses on ways to impact others:

  • Giving a hug
  • Respecting someone by being honest
  • Making time for someone
  • Offering love and light

Impact Others

When we give of ourselves, we impact others. We empower them. We enrich their lives. We spread joy.

Giving takes on many forms. A gift of donating money to a worthy cause can be just as powerful as sharing a smile with someone who is having a bad day. The positive effect ripples and grows exponentially, spreading its roots deeper in areas that crave life, energy and the hope of a better day.

If we all gave a little something each day, the world, in its most basic spiritual sense, would be a better place.

It’s so easy to impact others.

Here’s why. The spirit of giving is contagious. It magnifies a power that attracts more giving, thus completing a powerful circle. When we impact others this way, we open up to all sorts of positive vibes that have the power to touch countless people in ways we can’t even begin to describe.

  • The gift of a smile can spread to thousands.
  • The gift of sitting with an elderly patient can brighten spirits.
  • The gift of blankets and kibble at an animal shelter can save countless of precious lives.
  • The gift of a hug offers soulful nourishment.

When we give, we help others feel the beauty of peace, gratitude, and hope. Giving renews spirits, ours included. That, in and of itself, is a gift to the world. If we’re living in our best light, then those around us benefit, too.

Make It a Goal to Impact Others.

Whenever possible, find a way to bring out the best in yourself and others. So many people are counting on you!

Wishing you the very best,

Suzie Carr, Novelist

P.S. Can you add to my list above on more ways to impact others?  

3 replies
  1. Terri Hoover
    Terri Hoover says:

    I live by the rule of giving to someone everyday in a small way. I try to say “Hi” or hold a door for a stranger, by the coffee for the stranger behind me, compliment a stranger. You never know what someone else is going through and what small gesture could change their outlook that day.

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