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The Ripple Effects Of Kindness

Robert Stevenson Blog - The ripple effects of kindness

Real, sincere, genuine kindness rests within the gesture of giving with NO expectations of getting anything in return for yourself. Furthermore, kindness is a universal language that promotes understanding and tolerance while promoting harmony and cooperation.

Choosing to be kind to everyone around you can transform not only their day but also your own. The ripple effect of kindness creates a positive atmosphere that uplifts spirits and fosters a sense of connection and belonging. True KINDNESS is about extending a helping hand, offering a listening ear, or simply sharing a smile without seeking recognition or reward. When kindness emanates from the heart, its impact is profound and far-reaching.

Being the person who makes others feel better is a powerful role to embrace. It's about showing empathy, compassion, and understanding even in the face of adversity. By choosing KINDNESS, you not only improve the lives of those around you but also cultivate a sense of fulfillment and joy within yourself.


Is never wasted

Changes attitudes

Brightens everyone’s day

Can make a bad day good

Leaves a great impression

You will never regret giving it

Opens doors & softens hearts

Grows spirits & strengthens souls

It is a gift anyone can afford to give

As a leader would you like to improve relationships, increase happiness, reduce stress, encourage optimism and adaptability with your employees? Then incorporate “KINDNESS” as part of you, your company, your culture. Being kind in the workplace creates a positive environment that inspires productivity and collaboration. When leaders and colleagues show kindness, it fosters trust and respect, leading to stronger teamwork and employee morale ... and as a byproduct of your “Acts of Kindness” employee retention goes up and training new employees costs go down.

The reverse of this – NOT BEING KIND – causes Decreased Morale, Higher Turnover Rates, Increased Stress, and Lower Productivity. It will also create a Negative Reputation about your company; word spreads quickly about workplaces with a reputation for unkind leadership, making it challenging to attract and retain top talent. Another negative Ripple Effect is Lack of Innovation; a culture of unkindness stifles creativity and innovation as employees may feel hesitant to share ideas in a hostile environment. I have NO tolerance for UNKIND people and want NOTHING to do with them.

You will be amazed how much better your day will be when you start being kind to everyone around you. Be the person who makes other people feel better. When was the last time you SHOWED an Act of Kindness? If you had to think about it, shame on you. People don’t know what you are thinking … it must be expressed. KINDNESS is an action – a very important one. I like to hire, promote, buy from, associate and socialize with KIND people. In my world - Anyone who takes the time to be KIND is Special.


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