Our opinions, our lives and our actions make up who we are. I’m a stubborn influencer with a hint of cheekiness and a catalogue of results; that’s me. Well add in the Phil Mitchell resemblance with a splash of BFG qualities.
I stand by this and the decisions I’ve made in life, as our actions allow us to understand who we are as individuals.
Every action takes us further into creating our unknown, with every step highlighting characteristics we’ve found.
Finding ourselves happens in the most unlikely ways and when I started volunteering, I found John. The qualities highlighted above are the traits I possess and won’t change for anyone, as why would I change for anyone?
My question is, why don’t we do this enough as a volunteer?
If we don’t believe in a procedure the charity we volunteer with takes, why do we follow? Because it’s not our roles to critique processes? That’s crap! Volunteering is our opportunity to change a charity for the long run and one I regularly do, as without challenge, how does change happen?
It doesn’t. With every process I’ve challenged, I’ve felt good. We challenge to increase benefits for the beneficiaries resulting in more smiles being created.
Isn’t volunteering about putting smiles on faces?