“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.” (Mat 7:12)
In brief, I think the answer is yes.
If, on the basis of this command, you decide that every day at work you will make people excited to work with you because of your efficiency, kindness, humor, and knowledge, then in general your work experience will improve.
If, on the basis of this command, you decide that every day you’ll attempt to give your children/spouse your time, attempt to bless them, assist them in their pursuits, and pray for them, then it is likely that your relationships will improve.
If you treat your home/neighborhood with care, then you’ll help your neighbors feel pride about their neighborhood and homes as well.
Sometimes, imo, the idea that Christians will suffer is taken to mean that they must always suffer.