Leaning On Others

As my workload increases, I’ve found myself relying more on others to help me. I was reminded of this yesterday when Anson graciously filled-in for me at Bible study last night, and how our team members, who are too many to name, have really contributed strongly.

It’s a mistake to think that people who have less have nothing to give. It’s just as big a mistake to think that people who have much or achieve much have no needs.

Everyone at the very least has time and energy to give – that everyone, from the most dependent to the most self-contained would appreciate.

Success lies in making contributions and answering people’s points of pain and need. Our time and energy invested in addressing these goes a long way.

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David Bonifacio

David Bonifacio Entrepreneur, social worker, writer, artist, CEO of Bridge, CEO of Elevation Partners, Managing Director of New Leaf Ventures. #db

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