Question: Using the power to co-operate at Work place?
Our Answer with Guidance:
John came over to my desk. He needed a substitute teacher for the after-school training in two hours' time, as the trainer had rung in sick. I knew I was free to help, but, in my heart, there was reluctance. I could sense right now I was not filled with any spirit of co-operation and was searching for an excuse. Then I remembered my predicament last week – a flat tyre on the motorway - and the brave driver who pulled up to assist me. This quick reminder reset my thinking and I found a path of no resistance, and said a hearty, "Yes, I can be there." True co-operation comes where there is no resistance, no wishing for something different in any shape or form, where I am happy to help in whatever way I can, no matter what. I am glad I found that space. —DS