3. Be A Go-Getter & A Go-Giver. Maintain a balance. Take, but ask yourself, "What do I have to give?" Give a little encouragement, a little time, a little attention, and t
he gift of truly listening. When you can afford it, give a little money, too - maybe by dropping a quarter in that cup or sending flowers. Everyone has something to give. Avoid being called a user. Give a little and you shall receive a lot.
4. Take Responsibility. When we mess up, we need to fess up, fix it up and move on! Stop blaming! Some of us blame past circumstances for our failure. Big deal! My childhood was very depressing and the outlook dim, but I couldn't let that determine my future. Here's what I read recently, "our background and circumstances may influence who we are, but we are responsible for what we become."
5. Be Humble. Never be too big that you can't identify with those in the lower rung of the ladder. We are all made of the same stuff regardless of our rank or position. It is said that you can always tell a big person by the way he or she treats little people. If there is a chip on your shoulder, send it to Silicon Valley. Remember, in God's eyes, we are all the same. In the end, we will all leave this world without titles.
There you have it. Develop and strengthen those five attributes. The people in your village, be it from work or family, will begin to draw unto you. And soon, they will call you a "Village Hero."
About The Author
Rene Godefroy is the best-selling author of No Condition Is Permanent and a highly sought-after motivational speaker. For more information vsit
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