Whatever You Want - I'll Be There

Reblogger Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089
Real Estate Agent with Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers HRE# 58089 - RS

Mahalo Gary Woltal from EastMaui.com

Original content by Gary Woltal 0575737

Two little "Life Is Too Short" aphorisms struck me this week from reading and talking with people. All our days are numbered. We need to be the best in our relationships. We need to be our best in service to others. Think about real estate, lending, staging, many of the housing related jobs. All about customer service. We provide service to our clients. We serve our co-workers, partners, friends and family. But these two phrases really stuck with me because if you were to die tomorrow doing these two, you would be hitting on all cylinders I think. You would be at the epitome of working in life with a Servant's Heart.

Short Life

The first phrase is

WHATEVER YOU WANT.

It usually is associated with the restaurant business to fix the entree that wasn't cooked to your liking or running back and getting you another glass of cold water from the kitchen, or a condiment you requested like some ground pepper or such. But think in all our levels of service to ANYONE you serve. Some mothers in families around the table at Thanksgiving act like this when all the guests arrive around the holiday dinner table. So keep in mind that whatever you want to others in being generous to them.

The second phrase is

I WOULDN'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.

You might think this relates to a big wedding invitation, an invite to a party, or a fun family reunion in Hawaii. But what it mainly means is that YOU are so important to someone in their life they put you ahead of everything else on their schedule. It is such a great feeling when someone treats you this way. Once again, an extreme act of generosity not with food or money, but with something even more precious to all of us, our time. Afterall, our time is our life. There is an expression that you like someone who checks their calendar and makes time for you but you cherish someone who doesn't even have a calendar for you.

Try to integrate these two phrases of the highest form of service, the highest standards of generosity, into your life. And be acutely aware when those VERY rare persons in your life treat you this way. For afterall, the greatest among us are the ones that serve the very best.

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Rainer
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Life is a journey, not an end. I've generally found that if I'm Polite, Pleasant, Personable, Positive, and Professional, I can really enjoy that journey.

Nov 25, 2008 08:06 PM #1
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Russel you're so right!

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