Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Being of Service To All Without Expectations Makes For Great Business!

I was taught ever since I was a kid, the theory of Karma, the theory of doing my duty and not expecting a reward. Even now many of you might be hearing this principle regularly. 

I know it creates a lot of confusions in the minds of people, they wonder how can we do something and not expect a reward for it? How can I work and not expect to be paid?

If you look at it from another perspective, it makes a lot of sense. The most valuable people are the ones who can offer a solution and a service, once people know you can do something - and can do it well, they will automatically start rewarding you much more than anyone else. 

Most people, first think about the reward before offering their services, before being of help, they do not think about the larger picture. By offering our service, we are making this world a better place, we are putting a smile on the face of people and eventually we will be rewarded. 

I feel happy when people ask me for help, it can be advise, assistance, guidance - and if I am able to help, them it gives me immense pleasure. Eventually such acts get rewarded much more than a small fee you might get, they lead to long term relationships and business opportunities. 

Let us say you are good at selling things or good at marketing, or good at teaching and you help someone with it, it is almost certain they would want your help and guidance for the long term. Once they have experienced how valuable your skills are they would want it on a long term continuous basis - and that is where you will be rewarded. 

Pause and look at yourself, if you are great at connecting people, helping others or have any skill that is of use to the world, which I am sure you do have as the Divine has gifted this to all, go out there, don't hold back and share your services with the Universe. 

You will be happier, wealthier, healthier and will lead a fuller life!

Keep smiling and having fun!

Lots of love,

Yogesh Chabria

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