67. DO YOU ADD VALUE TO OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers #forabettertomorrow #teenageempowerment #JackLookman


One of the most crucial questions you should ask yourself as you mature and negotiate adolescence is, “Do I add value to other people’s lives?” This is a question about the good impact you have on the world around you, not only about how other people see you. Not only does adding value to others’ lives benefit them, but it also greatly enhances your own life.

Value addition can take on various forms. It could be lending a sympathetic ear to a friend in need, assisting a fellow student in grasping a challenging idea, or giving of your time to perform community work. These deeds of generosity and encouragement have the power to profoundly impact someone’s day or maybe their life. When you make an effort to assist others, you create a ripple effect of positivity and goodwill that spreads on to others.

Adding value to others’ lives facilitates the development of solid, fulfilling relationships. Individuals that are dependable, pleasant, and supportive inevitably attract others. Establishing a continuous display of concern for the welfare of others, fosters mutual respect and trust. These connections can serve as a solid support system, guiding you through life’s ups and downs with a feeling of belonging and community.

Moreover, concentrating on improving the lives of others might further your own development. It instills in you the value of service, empathy, and patience. These attributes are highly regarded in academic, social and professional contexts in addition to being significant in your interpersonal interactions. You position yourself for success in a number of areas of your life when you acquire these abilities at a young age.

Also, improving the lives of others gives you a sense of purpose and fulfillment. Being aware of the good effects of your actions might improve your happiness and sense of self. Seeing the change you can make, no matter how tiny, is satisfying. You may be inspired to keep developing and trying to be the best version of yourself by this sense of purpose.

Finally, making a positive difference in other people’s lives is an incredibly rewarding and powerful activity. Relationships are strengthened, personal development is encouraged, and a strong sense of fulfillment and purpose is provided. Thus, as you progress through adolescence and beyond, make an effort to positively influence people around you. Your efforts to encourage and assist others will not only be advantageous to them, but will also enrich your life.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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