I learned at a young age, that to serve is to be king. The reason why, is because, the man who serves the most people, is rewarded with more money from more people for his services. A job is just that. You serve one person who serves many people. This is the reason why most people's bosses are more successful than they are.
To serve is to spot, and create more opportunity's to help people with what ever they may need for there lives or business. Success depends on how many people you can sale, or serve your product or services too successfully. Successful sales people grow to become the richest people. This is because they only get paid by how many people they serve. There income is uncapped, so the more people they sell to the more money they make. On the other hand the man who works for a man who serves many people only gets paid a fix rate for what he does.
To give you a better idea, here's an example. If a man paints seven people's houses, one for everyday of the week, and he makes one hundred per job, then he made one hundred dollars from seven people, that's seven hundred dollars. The person who is his employee only makes ten percent, or ten dollars for every one hundred his boss makes, so the boss ends up making six hundred thirty, (minus materials) and the helper only makes seventy dollars out of the seven hundred, because he only serves his boss, instead of serving every one with his services.
Service is also about trust. You have to be there for the people you serve before, during, and after a sale. You will need to have faith, truly believe that your product and services are superior, and will solve your customers concerns, issues, and challenges. Living a life of service is what god intended for us all to do. The more you give to people the more you get from people. So get out there and start serving.