Can you give that experience to the business you are in? Could your interaction (as a customer) with that clerk, the warehouse employee, the service manager, the waitress improve their day or their working condition? Kamala Harris, U.S. Senator and former prosecutor, suggests “If you are fortunate to have opportunity, it is your duty to make sure other people have those opportunities as well.”.
Could you give others you meet in your daily lives the opportunity to have a better workplace? If you observe a disservice, could you speak up to the manager, or the owner in support of the worker or team member? Maybe you don’t observe an issue. Maybe you want to extend opportunities, but not sure where to begin. How can you extend the opportunity? Not sure how you, as a customer, can extend an opportunity?
Read the story of customer Karridy Askenasyr who did just that, recently, in Texas, after observing an unsolicited and kind act of a retail cashier. The cashier was the true hero of the story, (in my opinion), giving and expecting nothing. But the customer also seized the opportunity and made an impact. More in the article written by Robbie Owens, entitled “Texas Neighbors ‘Pay It Forward’ After Cashier’s Act Of Kindness” here.
Today – let’s each make an opportunity – for someone else. Just because.
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