David Dellman, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Some believe that our happiness is in direct proportion to our service to others.

My hero Zig Ziglar once said, “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help other people get what they want.”

If you want to be happy and fulfilled at work, see yourself as a servant.

Look for people to serve and when you do, avoid the temptation to keep score.

Services rendered for service received isn’t service at all.

The joy is in the giving.

Lighten a coworker’s load.

Anticipate what your boss might want and do it before he or she asks.

If you see something is out of place, fix it.

If the toner is low in the copier, change it.

If dishes were left in the sink, clean them.

It doesn’t matter whose “job” it is; if something needs to be done, do it.

Imagine what your workplace would be like if everyone did likewise.

Have a great day,

David Dellman