Use Your Voice To Make A Difference

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There are so many ways to reach out and be kind to others. We’ve discussed doing so in big ways
and with the simplest of acts. Today, I’d like to explore some of the ways you can use your voice
to make a difference in the lives of those around you. We all have preferred communication
methods. Using your preferred approach can make performing random acts of kindness less
stressful or intimidating. Keep reading to discover what I mean.
Verbal Methods
Some of us are good at using our actual voices to convey meaning. Talking is the way we most
like to communicate. If this sounds like you, try to capitalize on that fact. Tell someone they’re
doing a great job. Call your loved one up on the phone to let them know you’re thinking of them.
Go visit your neighbor to check in and make sure they’re all right. Those who are outgoing and
love to talk have lots of ways they can engage in random acts of kindness.
Written Options
Other folks might feel intimidated about actually speaking to those in a way that makes them feel
vulnerable. You might deal with social anxiety or be more introverted by nature. If that’s the case,
there are still plenty of ways to show others you care and brighten their day. Maybe you’re a good
written communicator. If so, send an email of thanks to a co-worker. Write a quick note on a post-it
to surprise your child. Submit a review of a colleague on LinkedIn or leave a lovely blog comment
for your favorite online personality. These are all great.
Artistic Expression
You don’t actually have to use your voice at all if you prefer to be more creative in your good
deeds. You can volunteer to draw a mural for your neighborhood. Perhaps teaching an art class at
the local community center or volunteering to paint with residents of a nursing home might be
enjoyable for you. Using your creative gifts are also fantastic ways to make your voice heard in a
meaningful way for others.
Body Language
Finally, another example of a way to communicate good will is in the subtle art of body language.
A smile, hug or simply being present can make a huge difference in someone’s life. It’s okay to tell
someone who’s going through a difficult time that you’d like to be there for them even if you don’t
have the words or know-how to improve their life. Physically being near is a great comfort to many.
That might be something you’re comfortable in doing. We can all give someone a smile or
encouraging nod, at the very least.
Consider these ways of giving back through your words or other forms of language. There are truly
no limits to the ways we all can perform random acts of kindness.

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