70. DOES YOUR COMPANY BRING CHEERS TO OTHERS? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani

 DOES YOUR COMPANY BRING CHEERS TO OTHERS?


Your experiences and identity as teenagers, are greatly influenced by the people you surround yourself with, and your social circles. Asking yourself “Does your company bring cheers to others?” is a crucial question. You can develop a positive presence and gain insight into your influence on others around you by thinking about this.

Being kind and empathetic is the first step towards being someone whose presence makes others happy. People who truly care about others are naturally drawn to them. People feel appreciated and respected in a welcome environment that you create when you actively listen, provide help, and demonstrate understanding. These tiny deeds of compassion have the power to make a big difference in someone’s day and build stronger, more meaningful bonds.

It is infectious to be positive. Keeping a positive outlook on life might inspire people around you. This is not to say that difficulties should be ignored or that life is flawless; rather, it is to approach life with optimism and look for the bright side of even the most dire circumstances. Your good vibes can uplift and encourage your friends and family, spreading joy and support throughout the group.

Think about the impact your words and deeds have on other people as well. You can prevent inadvertently hurting someone, by being aware of your actions and their consequences. Self-affirming statements, kind acts, and compliments can all help people feel good about themselves. Make an effort to be a person of support and encouragement, elevating others instead of depressing them.

In conclusion, it is critical for personal development and community building to consider whether your activities make people smile. You may become someone who makes people around you happier by being nice, keeping a good outlook, utilizing humor carefully, being inclusive, and being aware of your impact. Recall that the happiness you bring to others will improve their lives as well as your own, starting a positive feedback loop.





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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