If you have yourself to be among the category of people who wish to be generous but find it difficult to do; here is a ten step guide to becoming very generous.

1. It All Begins At Home

Charity begins at home, with members of your family. This has been discussed early in this book.  But, I cannot repeat this too often. When you are generous at home, your kick starts the flow of harmony, peace, progress, love, and divinity.

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2. Give it a wing

Charity must then travel to the place of work.

Your staff must be well paid. “If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys.” Always pay more than anyone in your calling will be willing to pay and soon you will be getting more than in your line of business will be able to get. Send a message, genuine impression that the company indeed belongs to all. Employees get this message by what you do, not by what you say.

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3. Create a charity Box

This may be appropriate for students, applicants or those who want the family to establish a giving culture. Proceeds from this can be forwarded to the needy at regular intervals.

4. Open a Charity Account

You may open an account in your name or your company’s name and transfer funds to this account on a regular basis, just as you do your saving account. Regular checks can then be forwarded to the orphanage from this account.

5. Float a Foundation

It is relevant if you have the means to register a foundation to further entrench total commitment to the act of giving, where you focus on a particular cause. You can even discuss this with friend and families you believe will be willing to join you and float the foundation together.

6. Try Corporate Giving

If you run a registered or credible company of any sort, I recommend you organize a program in aid of the needy – the motherless, the sickle cell society, the heart foundation. You may encourage your staff and customers to contribute to a charitable cause. Almost every big corporation does this.

Never wait until your company’s get big like the giant airline before you grant your customers and your company, the privilege of sharing their “coins or change.”

This kind of program may be what your company really needs to get that big.     


7. Start Today

Be a worthy and willing apprentice in the giving crusade. You wear 20% of your clothing 80% of the time and therefore wear 80% of these items 20% of the time. You really don’t need as much clothing or shoes as you currently have. Go into your wardrobe, any materials you have not used in the last six months should be given away. Give away those stand-by shoes, books, ties, and T-shirts. Put yourself in the forward gear and then maintain the sharing momentum.  

8. Visit and Listen

A visit to an orphanage and listen to their Needs. Provide something, however small. When you visit a place such as an orphanage, you will experience the urge to give. You will see the need to give. The will to give will arise from within you and being generous won’t be a problem.

9. Have a list

Have a list of all the peoples around you that you would love to touch their lives in your own way; this will serve as your reminder towards these people. And it will encourage you to touch those lives

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10. Set a goal on giving

Giving, as getting, requires the creative urge. Get into the giving habit.

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Wrap It Up!

Now try to do these and repeat them again and again.

I believe you have truly become generous now. So, do show me some generosity with your comment and sharing it with your friends.

And let make the world a better place.

Over To You

So, what is the other advise tips, strategies, techniques or methods that have worked for you? Please share with us in the comment below. Believe me; I sincerely value your opinion more than mine.

And don’t forget there is love in sharing!

See You At The Top!!!


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