Be part of your community
all been part of communities since kindergarten, or earlier. Churches,
schools, sports teams, and neighborhoods all satisfy basic human desires
to interact with others and work toward a common goal. And yet, My work in
communities has shown me that different sets of people are usually
motivated in similar ways. Most people have an innate need to belong and
feel like part of something, and successfully contributing to that
something can really reinforce self-worth.
the end, were talking about fundamental social principles of mutual
respect, open communication, and effective incentives. People often want
to feel like theyre part of something larger than themselves, and that
their talents and skills are appreciated. So polish up the skills you
learned in the dorms, the glee club, or the Elks Lodge, and lead your
community join us now ,this is the time to work for your community.