Gary B. Doherty
In a world that has so much chaos and craziness a new perspective on how individuals approach one another is badly needed!
Gary B. Doherty author, entrepreneur, international speaker and founder of Think Network says “Kindness will always win in the end. When was the last time you did a random act of kindness? Not for social media, not for a pat on the back but truly random and solely for the beneficiary?”
TheTEDx Talk by Orly Wahba titled ‘The Power Of Kindness’ although 6 years ago now is as relevant today is it was then!
Gary who has delivered 2 x TEDx Talks himself and coached 100s of people to do same continues ‘imagine a world where we as individuals strategically focused on ‘acts of kindness ‘every single day? Gary encourages everyone he meets to do this as often as possible “
Kindness doesn’t have to be in the form of grand and expensive gestures. Sometimes the small things mean the most.
Gary B. Doherty gives the following examples:
Examples of Random Acts of Kindness
- Giving compliments.
- Giving gifts.
- Saying kind words.
- Showing gratitude.
- Doing an act of service for someone else.
- Being respectful.
- Noticing good things that others do.
- Giving time to someone else.
Gary continues “kindness comes from the heart; it comes from a good place. It’s a choice. The above list is doable by pretty much anyone.Gary is challenging everyone to implement this into their daily routine!
There’s no doubt that Gary’s message is a welcome one but what are the true benefits of ‘kindness ‘ When asked Gary responded.
“In Gary opinion and from research he has found the 5 Side Effects of Kindness
- Kindness Makes everybody Happier. When we do something kind for someone else, everybody feel good. …
- Kindness Is Good for the Heart. Acts of kindness are often accompanied by emotional warmth. …
- Kindness Slows Ageing. …
- Kindness Improves Relationships. …
- Kindness is Contagious.
This must be good right?
Gary B. Doherty dedicates a significant percentage of his social media content to broadcasting this message daily. The world would be a better place if everybody focused as a collective to be ‘kind’ .