How Helping Others Leads to Own Success

Helping Others Leads to Own Success

Offering help should come naturally to a peaceful occupant of this planet. Yet our preoccupation may come in the way, and deprive the needy of the help that they are in need of, and most certainly deserve. Moreover, helping others benefits us in more ways than one. Read on about how helping others leads to own success. It is not for nothing that the concept of karma has been given such importance in certain cultures since time immemorial.

How we Benefit from Helping Others

1Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge Sharing

Sharing of knowledge, not only benefits the listener, but also expands the horizon of the one who is imparting it. Just going over a thought or an idea, over and over again, is bound to open newer avenues. Spreading the knowledge that you are in possession of is a great way keeping the self educated.

2Realizing Value

Realizing Value

Often there is bound to be a gap in knowledge, when it comes to necessities and the aids available. Realization of the value is essential for both parties. The one in need of help, and the one offering it. This not only inculcates awareness, but also helps in channelization of the efforts.

3Sharing of Resources

Sharing of Resources

Help may not always be in the form an intangible object such as advice or consolation. At times people may be in need of resources as well. Resources that some might have invested in, while others may be in need of. Helping ensures the utilization of the resources, besides promoting equality in the society.



Very often people may not be aware of the help that they are in need of. It may just be too general an assumption to be categorized. You may just be in need of help. What help is immaterial. Creating opportunities help people with direction in life, by pulling them out of a dead end that they might have reached. Moreover, like begets alike, so does opportunities.

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Feedback is an essential element of helping someone through a course of events. Rectification is an important element of a continuous process. So is the realization of the mistake. The realization of the mistake not only eliminates it from the system, but also promotes research and development. Everyone deserves a feedback. Maybe even god.



Even intangible help may at times tend towards the arduous. Advocating a cause, either by a group or an individual may need quite some effort on your behalf, specially if you are not immediately related to it. It may require of you to go against long held beliefs, both of yourself and those around and close to you. The avenues in argument are endless. If you believe in something, you might as well advocate it. The good you do yourself could not help but show.

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By Abhro