Be polite and kind. Help without expecting anything in return. Whatever you add to the universe, whether good or bad, eventually returns to you.
I have this strong belief because I know several stories that prove that the kindness and caring we show to others has a huge impact on their lives.
But not only that. Having the happiness to do this job, I meet a lot of people every day.
What remains at the end of each day of my professional life, what makes me feel successful in my field, is the satisfaction that I offered the best insurance solution to each one personally. Without second thoughts and personal benefits.
I would love to share with you a story you may have already read but it is so moving that it is worth hearing again.
A grandmother, holding her cute little granddaughter by the hand, enters a bank. As they sit and wait for their turn, the little one asks her grandmother why they went there. The grandmother smiles and replies that she has left something and wants to take it. Dissatisfied with the little girl because he is bored, he asks his grandmother to tell him a story. “Once upon a time,” the grandmother begins, “many years ago in a village far from here, she was a very little girl with two lovely blonde pigtails who, passing by a jewelry store, stopped short and admired a beautiful green necklace in the shop window.” Decisively but very gracefully he entered the store and asked the jeweler to see it up close. He was surprised and asked her if she had money to pay for it. The little girl took out all the coins she had from her pockets and left them on the counter saying “they are all I have”… Seeing the few coins the jeweler heard her say that she wanted to give it as a gift to her older sister, who since then who lost their mom takes care of them but never laughs. He wanted to give her something very beautiful to make her smile… Then the jeweler takes the necklace, puts it in a very beautiful red box with a very nice bow and gives it to her telling her to be careful on the street until she gives it to her sister of.
The next day, a girl appeared in front of the jeweler with the red box, wanting to return it as she acknowledged that it was expensive and could not have been bought with a few coins… “your sister paid the most expensive price, more than could pay any adult… gave everything he had! He just wanted you to smile! ”
The grandmother stopped the story, because it was their turn, and walked down a corridor with many lockers. She unlocked hers and pulled out a red box.
“Who was the grandmother in your story?” the little one asked. Opening the box, the grandmother takes out a green necklace and wears it around her granddaughter’s neck, telling her “it does not matter who the girl was but to remember that there are good people in the world”.
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