Volunteerism – A way to support others … AND yourself! PART ONEMay 12, 2010
Got a Great Idea?May 17, 2010
As I said earlier this week, making volunteering a part of your long-term life strategy is SO important to successful business leaders. This week, I’m actually serving His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. That’s meant small things – like cleaning the temple and serving whomever was around me.
For you guys, I want to share two more tips to help you integrate a service component into your lifestyle. I’d love to hear YOUR feedback and examples of what volunteerism means in your life and business.
1. Give Where You’re Gifted: You have time, talent, and treasure. Figure out which one feels right to give. Are you an expert in public relations, and could donate an hour a week helping a non-profit with PR? That’s donating time and talent. Would you rather write a check? That’s donating treasure.
2. Finally, get Others Involved. I like to match the donations given by staff members up to a specific amount. This is fun, gets the team involved in giving, and boosts morale. You can also get your team together to cook or serve a meal at a homeless shelter or repair a senior citizen’s home. The possibilities are unlimited and your team’s morale and staff retention will soar.
This week, make a point to do all 5 of these tips I’ve posted and watch what happens. I guarantee you’ll experience a level of personal satisfaction that’s unmatched anywhere.
You’ll likely also make some terrific business contacts!
To your amazing and IMMEDIATE 7 Figure Success,
Christine Comaford, 7 Figure Business Builder
CEO of Mighty Ventures, Inc.
NY Times Best Selling Author of Rules for Renegades
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