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The Unboxed Guide To Serving Others: Part 1

Good morning extraordinary folks!

Today marks a monumental shift in our collective consciousness. A day that will hopefully bring about a movement centered around service to each other and ourselves. The Unboxed Movement is alive and well and today is a big step toward solidifying that mindset in our society.

I give to you The Unboxed Guide To Serving Others: Part 1!

You can download the PDF here:

The Unboxed Guide to Serving Others: Part 1

In this guide you will find, among other things:

  • Defining what true service is
  • How to prepare our lives for serving others to our full potential
  • Redefining our mindset to be in line with a life of service
  • What steps to take next to move forward toward service as a lifestyle

I sincerely hope you find at least one small thing that is useful within this guide and that it can help you serve someone else.

One Request

This guide, and any subsequent guides in this series, are always free to those who can use them. All I ask is that if you find the guide useful, inspirational, or otherwise valuable in some way to pass it on to others. You can share this post on Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, and other social media outlets at the bottom of this page. You can also save a copy and email or send it to others you think might benefit from it. For that, I thank you so very much and hope your enjoy.

I will close this launch post with this: No matter your personal feelings toward service, volunteerism, or other forms of giving back we must all acknowledge that our world is in dire straits. Looking around it has become apparent that the fiber that binds us all together is growing more frail each day. War, disease, corruption, and all matter of negativity permeate most places on this earth. My sincere hope with this guide and all I do at Unboxed Life is to bring something positive and something transformational to my fellow human beings. I fervently believe that through true service we can redirect the path on which we find our collective existence. We can indefinitely alter the mediocre future it seems the world is destined for. Whatever you take or do not take from this guide let us agree to this: It will take all of us to make the future brighter than the present and a product of learning from the past and through service to all that future will be extraordinary.

Thank you and enjoy.

Hand Shake photo: Oscar Kinski

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11 comments on “The Unboxed Guide To Serving Others: Part 1

  1. kolena
    June 13, 2012

    I just read your guide and very insightfull thank you for sharing

    • Tanner Colton
      June 13, 2012

      Thanks for reading Kolena, I am glad you found it useful! Pass it along to your friends if you think they can use it. Take care.

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