weWednesday: Why Explore your Why?

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weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox. In this week’s episode learn: What’s your purpose? Why explore your purpose? What is the difference between having a goal, and living your…

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Why Explore your Why?

Through my twenties, friends, family, and colleagues would often say to me: “You are one of the most driven and focused people I know.” And yet, I was discouraged. I was reading articles about women who had transformed organisations, or who were making a massive impact on society, to later read that she didn’t have…

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weWednesday: APPRECIATION – avoid the crossfire

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weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox. In this week’s episode learn: What possible implications could there be of you showing appreciation? How can you appreciate someone, without getting anyone…

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APPRECIATION – avoid the crossfire

thank you

Have you ever said or written one of the following statements? “This is the best event ever.” “You’re the kindest person I know.” “I value your opinion more than anyone’s.” These proclamations are often innocent sentiments bestowed on someone or something you appreciate. By all accounts, they seem to be an authentic compliment given to…

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weWednesday: WE – will your legacy live on?

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weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox. In this week’s episode learn: What is your legacy? If your situation would change today, who would continue your legacy? Do you belong…

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WE – will your legacy live on?

Leave your legacy, Suzanne F. Stevens

  As I stood in a circle with ten Swazi women and my husband, the level of emotions I was feeling overtook me. Was it in this remote area in Swaziland, surrounded by the mountains that moved me? Or was it the hope that each woman shared for her children’s future? Or was it the…

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weWednesday: ME – as a citizen what is our responsibility?

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weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox. In this week’s episode learn: As a citizen what is your responsibility? Do you think society tends to associate with me mentality rather than we society? Is…

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ME – as a citizen what is our responsibility?

Consider if you could afford to provide financial support in the following areas, would you: Contribute to climate change? Assist with reducing human trafficking? Promote equality amongst transgender, cultures, and races? Reduce violence against anyone? Help ensure little Suzy has a healthy start to her school day with breakfast? How many, if any, would you…

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weWednesday: YOU – are you conscious of your contribution’s impact?

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weWednesday subscriber exclusive – short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox. In this week’s episode learn: How conscious are you when you contribute? When you contribute, are you promoting dependancy or opportunity? What fundamental…

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YOU – are you conscious of your contribution’s impact?

Virunga Mountains National Park

My husband and I had just returned from a hike in the Virunga Mountains in Eastern Rwanda, where we spent time with a family of Gorillas. Soon as we descended the mountain, a young boy approached us with a picture he drew. It was the very scene we had saw – A mama gorilla with…

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