Written by Sahithi Divi
Volunteering is an endangered skill. It converts to participating in the art of co existence and giving. It shows the power of contentment we feel by giving a small piece of us to make someone happy or even create a larger impact. It defines to hold social responsibility that exists on every level of the society, which means there is an immediate need for us to hold our empathy and strength together – towards building a slightly better world.
Not only volunteering secures someone else, but it can also help you personally as well as professionally. Read more to find out …
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- Tireless Optimism : The moment we become the reason for happiness of others, it boosts our self confidence and helps in leading an eventful life. It is a soul liberating exercise that brings out a different person in us because it stimulates empathy.
- Collaborative Spirit : While volunteering we interact with various kinds of people, activating a sprit of working more desirably in team environments with increased confidence.
- Entrepreneur Mindset : It helps us develop a sense of purpose, problem solving ability and enterprising capability. Leaders who can connect well with stakeholders.
- Ethical Reflection : It provides a fabricated human filter that certainly improves our ability to see through the opaqueness and depth of social challenges, attracting resourceful exposure in life.
- Better Job Prospects: Organisations look for social skills in their aspirers, as the volunteering portfolio can assure some of the behavioural aspects of a new person.
- New Tech/Digital Avenues: With the arising E payment softwares and shifting preference to online donations by donors, NGOs are facing a digital challenge opening new window of opportunities in tech universe.
- HQ : Most importantly it gives immense joy increasing our Happiness Quotient.
Just like an adventure sport, try volunteering to unlock a life changing experience. here is the link to my volunteering stories.
Written by Sahithi Divi ( source: http://www.impactscientist.com )