My grandmother always told me to be kind to individuals, especially when they’re not expecting it. I was not raised a Buddhist and as a child was unaware that this simple lesson she has instilled in me, is the key to building good karma. The definition of karma is pretty simple: when you are kind to others, then the kindness will be returned, it also the same if you are not so willing, the not so nice will come back. This is the thoughts what people say “the ripple effect of one’s actions,” believed to determine the quality of one’s life; is the beliefs of Eastern philosophy. I truly believe in karma, and I am a huge believer in how important it is to build good karma in all areas of your life, including our professional side of life.