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“How do we change the world?" "One random act of kindness at a time.”

Imagine a world where you can succeed by being friendly and where we all pay it forward. A world where people look out for each other begins with a simple and kind gesture.

“How do we change the world?" "One random act of kindness at a time.”

Some Random Acts of Kindness

1.Leave an anonymous sticky note of appreciation in a place where they will find it for your coworker, friend, or family member and brighten their day.

2. Donate clean, functional items, food, or money to shelters, orphanages, or individuals in need of support.

3. Help a child or an older person cross the street, hold the door open at the store, or let someone in a rush take your spot in line.

4. Take the extra time to be there and listen to someone going through a rough time; your presence and care are a gift.

5. Compliment someone for what they've done or accomplished in their personal or professional life.

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