DCL 4.6 Instruction | Experience the Satisfaction of Unselfish Thinking
Video Presentation: Todd Mullins, Lead Pastor and Shaun Blakeney, Student Ministry Pastor, Christ Fellowship, Florida
Few things in life bring greater personal satisfaction than helping others succeed. When you spend your day unselfishly serving others, at night you can rest well with no regrets. There is surely no more noble occupation than helping others find success. Unselfish thinking is the key to adding value to others. Let’s look at some of its benefits.
1. Unselfish thinking brings personal fulfillment.
2. Unselfish thinking adds value to others.
3. Unselfish thinking increases the quality of one’s life.
4. Unselfish thinking makes you part of something greater than yourself.
5. Unselfish thinking is the foundation for creating a legacy.
How to Cultivate the Ability to Think Unselfishly:
1. Put others first.
2. Look for situations where people have needs.
3. Give without a desire for recognition.
4. Help others achieve their goals.
5. Invest in people intentionally.
6. Continually check your motives.
- Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? “If you will help others achieve what they want, they will help you achieve what you want.” Discuss your answer.
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