The Long Term Effects Of Serving People

How to Create a Reputation of Giving Back.
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Over the years, many of you have asked me why I create content and openly share my strategies with you. The answer is quite simple yet emotional. Simple because I believe the strategies I share can get anyone results living in any country. Emotional because I know how close I was to giving up and just being average and ordinary. How close I was to just throwing in the towel. How close I was to believing my critics that I wasn’t good enough to compete in the market place. I never thought I would wake up one day running a financial firm with nearly 10,000 agents with Oscar De La Hoya as one of my investors. I never thought I’d create a brand called “Valuetainment” that inspires millions of Entrepreneurs around the world. I never thought I would get to a point of having billionaires, politicians, influencers and celebrities on speed dial. But something changed.

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45 Comments on “The Long Term Effects Of Serving People”

  1. Great story, Pat. Random acts of kindness pile up and have a compounding effect. Today I deliberately paid much more for a service of people who are normally not appreciated enough. Thank you for your inspiring work, Pat.

  2. Cant say all the good I've done. Dont remember it all.
    One thing, years ago, I picked up a native who was hitchhiking. I didnt plan on taking him the full two hours to his reservation but ended up doing it. That's a 4 hour round trip.

    I've picked up trash along the street I used to live on in the small city I live in just because it was disgusting to see all that trash EVERY DAY when you drove past.

    Used to be a volunteer janitor in our church.

    I've done fundraising for MS, volunteer at a local kitchen, and theres SO much more that I've forgotten.

    I dont get recognition for any of it. And that's ok. I'd rather get my reward from God than from man. He rewards better than any person on earth ever could.

  3. People say that in business the mean person wins but from my experience it is quite the opposite. The nice caring person wins because they become a leader amongst their friends, and people are drawn to them. This increases their network which allows them to succeed!

  4. I live in canton Ohio the #2 most dangerous small city in America. I moved out the hood last year but not far. Saw a white guy yesterday standing next to his flat tire with an old windup jack. We made eye contact that seem to last 3 minutes as I drove by. Yeah he was hella nervous it was all over his face plus I’m always in a durag. Anyway I stay down the street so I came back with my power jack and 4 way. I got out with the four way on my lap to show him I was help and not a threat. I enjoy helping people and shutting down stereotypes.

  5. Hi Patrick, I love you videos, you bring so much value. Thanks. Please make a video concerning your religious beliefs and how your journey brought you there. And how has you religious belifs enhanced your life. Thanks

  6. I'm going to finish off a website for an acquaintance. He started a small backpacking and tour business here in South Africa and I have been helping him with his online presence virtually for free (they have been hard-pressed for cash and I don't want his new venture to go under).

    To anyone else reading this, try me – I have a rate card!

  7. I've always helped people in many ways , recently I got attracted to help families with kids with cancer sometimes with money and others by supporting raising awareness. One ocation we raised 7k in few hours to help pay the funeral expenses of a friend.Let me repeat that" WE ". I started with a share than more people got involved , donations came for raffles , business donated gift cards . Over all seeing so many people come together was an amzing experience definetly People Helping People. Another time I simply replied to a post regarding a disruptive suicidal post , year later that same person said to me she was alive only because I responded to that post in the right time. Never expect anything in return but the most gratifying and also hurtful was a person telling me thank you for helping them out "God heard their prayers and I was an angel that answered those prayers " . It was a mix of emotions because of my mistakes in life, some see me as the devil including family.

  8. Doing the right thing is always the right thing. Every drop of blood believes that we should always do good. Appreciate people. Lift them up. Thanks for sharing this message.

  9. My hearts beats 10x faster right now. Trying to make the difference. Yesteeday saw a old friend which was struggling. I took some time off my scadule and had a Great talk. Maybe she sees a little diference today. Thank you for your great vids and the intetnion behind it. Right now i need to hear where is the love. See ya 🙂

  10. Many years ago a friend of mine lost his job. We were both in food delivery. The economy was bad and he wasn’t able to get another job. He would come around while I was delivering and we would talk. I offered him some of the return product that we sometimes threw away. He gratefully accepted. He would continue coming around and would talk about life. He had small children at home and time were tough. I continued giving him some product that he enthusiastically accepted. Time passed and I didn’t see him for years. I ran into him at an event that we both were attending. We caught up on old times and he told me that everything had turned out good and he had a great job. I was happy for him. I was getting ready to walk away and he stopped me. He told me that the time he had no job was the worst time in his life. When I was giving him our return product that was many times the only food in his house. I told him that was great that I was able to help. He then told me that I really helped him beyond belief. Apparently, that was literally the only food they had to eat for weeks and it was a life saver for them. He said he would be forever grateful to me for that little act of kindness. Really made my day! Sometimes you do things that can affect others and not know how much of a difference you made in their lives!

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  12. YOU DON'T DO IT FOR THE RETURN…although it feels good ..when you do it to all events suffering to others …NOTHING BETTER THAN RAISING SOMEONE'S SUFFERING LEVEL TO ZERO…OR NEAR THERE


  14. Teach ppl….by loving them showing the lowly they are first in God's eyes….I love the homeless every chance I get…I want to start a ministry on wheels all inclusive resort to help them….I got ideas baby soon it will be manifest along with many others

  15. Wow Pat! It's crazy I'm just watching this video right now after just a couple hours ago doing a good deed in helping a couple ladies. They were referred to my office in Santa Ana in search for work. I find out immediately they just came here from Guatemala only one month ago! They don't have documents so I can't help them yet but I did make a couple phone to find them work for the time being. They walked 35 minutes to the office so I offered to give them a ride to a nearby restaurant that might give them work. We spoke to the owner and he said he'd call them to get them started. I bought them lunch while we were there and also bought them some food to take back to feed their kids and gave them a ride back home. To see the hope in their faces and the gratitude for what I did to help them felt very very fulfilling to my heart.?

  16. Hi Patrick, I have always been a giver, without wanting something in return, because that is what my heart always says. So, Patrick, did you know at an early age that you would be where you are today?

  17. 28 years ago, I was a young college kid, driving home for the weekend, and the engine blew on my car, on the highway, 30 miles from any town. A couple stopped to check on me, and piled me into the back of their Camaro, and drove me 40 miles home. Didn't ask for a cent. That one act of kindness inspired me to a lifestyle of stopping along the way and helping dozens of people with rides, jump starts, tire changes, gas cans, and pushing out of the snow. What they did for me helped to define who I am today!

  18. I have been serving people ever since I can remember and today I am a Development Manager at the Vredenburg e-Centre and the habit of serving people has gained me respect, loyally and so much love. Recently I found that yes it's important to serve but it is equally important to educate those you serve otherwise you make people dependent on you and as a leader that is never a good thing, you want people to become independent.

  19. This was a wonderful reminder to be a giver. If a coworker that you don't like or get along with moves on, comes around to shake your hand before leaving for the last time……what do you do? Do you say screw you or do you shake his/her hand and say goodluck? We do not necessarily know what the future holds, one day that person may be your next boss that decides if you get a job or not or any multiple scenarios

  20. ⭕⭕ I once asked my father, why is it that every time I help someone , it seems like I always get burned ? I will never forget what he told me when I asked him that. Son, can you only imagine what the world would be like if everyone stopped helping one another. ??

  21. Don't ever quit before you find something better.* If you're dissatisfied at your current job then actively search for something better suited for you, but in the meantime keep working what you do. My main point is: you always need to work and SERVE your fellow humans, that's honorable and right thing to do, no matter of your balance sheet. Never retire in the literal sense.

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