When we hear the word ‘service’, we might think of a business, what they offer and the quality they do it with, something we can all feel, whether we are aware of it or not.
Tanya Curtis, Senior Behaviour Specialist and founding director of FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre, offers that we all have the opportunity to be in service every moment of every day. Being in service is not confined to commerce, it is the way we support each other to develop, advance and embrace every single lesson in the classroom of life that we are all a part of.
Supporting others also means that we are willing to step up into the role of being a teacher of life where we pass on what we have already self-mastered when the willing student of life asks, ‘What’s next?’ and is ready for another life lesson in their classroom of life.
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