Episode 113 – How to Nourish the Power of Kindness with Craig Siegel
Happiness is like a candle in the darkness, its light can shine for all to see, and when it is shared with others nothing is lost, the illumination only increases.
This is the approach we must have if we really want to create a better world. Kindness is the fundamental condition of love in action, the most basic and yet most precious expression of our deepest nature. Even a simple act can change someone’s day, or even their entire life.
When we imagine our life as an endless web of choices, and our interactions with others as the inflection points of destiny, suddenly we reevaluate just what it means to be kind, what it means to spread love, to care, to bring people into your heart and give them the support they need. Suddenly it’s a chain reaction, a wave of love spreading over the world, from one act of genuine kindness to the next.
Craig Siegel has honed his skills in kindness to a fine point, and he knows that when we act for others, we are also acting for ourselves. We are resetting the energy of the entire world, and at the same time returning to the wisdom of our inner heart.
It may not always be easy, but when you surround yourself with kindness you become an expert in kindness. When you give you will always receive. When you breakdown the ego and genuinely connect with someone else, that’s when the most powerful magic of our reality happens.
Craig Siegel is a Performance Coach, Keynote Speaker, Entrepreneur, Online brand exploder, Host of the record-breaking podcast, The CLS Experience, and rising thought leader, as featured in Entrepreneur, MSN and Yahoo Finance.
Craig believes that the most dynamic people are those who can dictate their inner experience, and he helps facilitate that by allowing people to tap into their own potential and access their own magic and manufacture gigantic breakthroughs in their life.
“If you’re going to be blessed, you better be a blessing.” – Craig Siegel
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