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The Joy of Serving Others; Happiness Habit #7: Interview with Pam Korgan

Can the joy of Serving others help you find purpose, meaning, and fulfillment in life or can it also lead to stress and overwhelm?

There’s a saying that goes “If you want Happiness for an hour, take a nap. If you want happiness for a day, go fishing. If you want happiness for a year, inherit a fortune. If you want happiness for a lifetime, help somebody.”

Studies suggest that the act of giving back to the community by volunteering and serving helps boost one’s happiness, health, and sense of well-being.

Would you like to learn some tools for engaging in meaningful service that leads to lasting joy?

In this episode of ‘Happy and Healthy Mind with Dr. Rozina,’ our guest, Pam Korgan shared practical tips for finding your true joy by shifting your focus from yourself towards serving others.

Pam Korgan is a speaker, a health and wellness business owner, and a director of a non-profit organization. She oversees volunteers serving in a variety of capacities in her community and has witnessed the joy that comes from service. She is going to share her experiences and practical tools for finding the avenues of service even for people who are not sure what they have to offer.  

Watch this video so you can discover meaningful ways to serve others and live a purpose-filled life.

In this interview, you will learn:

0:00 min – Introduction

03:13 min – How does service bring joy to people?

05:15 min – Creating a ministry for volunteering (Pam’s testimony)

07:16 min – How to find joy in serving through volunteerism

08:04 min – Can serving also lead to stress/overwhelm?

09:14 min – What is leadership in service?

10:18 min – How to prevent compassion fatigue when serving?

11:12 min – Tips for staying joyful while serving others:

11:25 min – Tip 1: Assess your strengths

14:23 min – Tip 2: Prioritize what is important to you

15:07 min – Practice gratitude

18:19 min – Tip 3: Serve Intentionally

18:56 min – Tip 4: Serve together

24:44 min – Tip 5: Find out what people need

25:16 min – Tip 6: Lead yourself first

29:27 min – Special of the day: Personal Leadership

Now you have three ways to get the FREE resources shared in this program, 

  1. Text “Joyful” to 38470 or
  1. Join the Facebook group; ‘Happy and Healthy Mind with Dr. Rozina’ here; or
  2. Sign up at

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So what was your biggest takeaway from this interview and is there a question you would like me to address in the next session? Let me know by replying to this email/post or by filling out this form:

Also, if you know someone who could benefit from this program, share. 

By sharing, you will participate in the mission of spreading joy and happiness and live a full life.

Remember, every new day presents us with different opportunities to make a difference in someone else’s life.

So use your time, resources, and influence to make this world a better place for yourself and for others. No matter what happens, choose to live your life intentionally, purposefully and meaningfully.

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

P.S: As next month marks the anniversary of my “Stress To Joy” book being a best seller, I will be giving out a special bonus just for you!

Leave a review on Amazon and share how this book helped transform your life from Stress To Joy. Send a snapshot of your review and send it as a reply to this email ([email protected]) to get a 50% discount on your next purchase of any of my products.

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