My Philosophy of Service
The word service has taken on many meanings in today’s societies and has been categorized into various levels. One underling truth remains consistent within its interpretations, and that it is an intangible act rendered and measured by the satisfaction or disaffection of the receiver. My philosophy of service is found in my belief that to be of good service is to serve God. This conviction informs my social perception, spoken word choices, work ethic and understanding. The structure of society is diverse and so too is its view of service which is reflected in the priority or lack thereof given to policies aimed at developing a culture of service. A leader’s values seen in a statement like “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country”. An ideology that holds the true meaning of quality service. I think this idea contributed to developing a culture of excellence in service. This shows that a leader’s role can and have contributed to a positive attitude of service, incorporated in education, public, and corporate systems, seen in assistants to community needs such as drug addiction, sport activates after school and continuing studies projects, along with the many voluntary and nonprofit organizations. I define a service philosophy as ones’ values and priorities of what is important when interacting with people you serve, listening, paying attention to needs expressed, and fulfilling them within the parameters of integrity, excellence and transparency. I believe that we are more than body and mind we are also sprit. In my interaction and relationships I have learned that words have the power to affect one’s state of mind and spirit. Poorly chosen words can kill enthusiasm, impact self-esteem, lower expectations and hold people back. Well chosen ones can motivate, offer hope, create vision, impact thinking and alter results. They also impact and influence people I speak them to. My choice...
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