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What Kind of Service Do You Render.

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Quote of the Day:

“The position one occupies in the world depends on the quantity and quality of the service they render plus the mental attitude with which they relate to others.” Andrew Carnegie

Meaning of the Quote:

The position that you attain in life is dependent on the caliber of service you deliver as well as your mental behavior as it relates to your relationships with others.

Discussion of the Quote:

Indeed, the quantity and quality of the service we offer determines our places in life. We have to give valuable service to be distinguished from the ordinary and mundane services given by others. Our services have to stand out from the rest of the crowd.

On the other hand, our mental aptitudes in relation to how we relate to others also dictates our reach in life. A favorable attitude helps to propel our altitudes in life. When we have goodwill towards others, it helps to elevate the positions we occupy in the world.

Final Thoughts:

Our services should be in a class by themselves. We must perform exemplary services and in so doing the position we occupy in the world will also be raised to a higher level.

When it comes to our mental attitudes, the more favorable they are  in our relationships with others the more it will elevate our positions in life. Indeed, our mental attitudes determine our altitude in life.

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Press Release comments:

Serving others to help them accomplish what they want in life is a wonderfully worthwhile endeavor. If all we ever to is what serves ourselves, we won't leave the world any better than we found it. There are plenty of people who are out to harm others. Thanks for encouraging us to not be like those who hurt or are simply out only for themselves. Let us do what we can to serve others in ways that truly benefit them.John Kespert