One of my great passions are to help and inspire others and also to make people more happy in their lives.
I don't think I agree. In my experience, when I do more than what I am paid to do in the hope that someone will value it and pay me more, I end up reinforcing the experience that working is a lot of effort for very little return. I think with that approach one can end up believing more strongly that one doesn't deserve proper compensation for work. It depends though. When you work because you love what you do then it's a different matter - in that case financial return isn't the first priority and doing the work is a reward in itself.