What's In It For Me?
It's a question we ask ourselves, whether we realize it or not, every time we make a life-altering decision like; "Should I become a volunteer at my local community center?" Is it a selfish question? On the surface, it would appear so. Even when considering being charitable with our time and resources, a primary concern is still, how will this benefit me? And that's okay by us. At do-over.me we have your answer.
According to an article published in the Huffington Post by Amanda L. Chan in December 2013, there are seven science-backed reasons why practicing generosity is good for your health. One significant benefit is that it could quite possibly add years to your life. Michael Poulin, Ph.D., an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Buffalo told PsychCentral that unselfishly giving of your time and helping others, "reduced mortality specifically by buffering the association between stress and mortality."
Not convinced yet? Become a Guiding Light at do-over.me and commit to helping your fellow human beings achieve happiness and success in their lives. We are more than happy to help and support your making that choice. You can find out more by clicking here.