by Suzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contribution™ Cultivator, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP),

In this week’s episode …
consider how to make your contribution count:

  1. When you contribute, where do you focus first, why?
  2. Do you feel people should take care of their local community first, why?
  3. What issues capture your attention, and why?


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My view is simple. There is only one race—the human race. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement Click To Tweet At our core, we all have similar values of living a life of well-being, to love, to be loved, and to be part of something bigger than ourselves. So #MakeYourContributionCount #YouMeWeMovement Click To Tweet



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Until next time, make your contribution count!
#MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement



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Suzanne F Stevens - YouMeWe
Suzanne F Stevens - YouMeWe

Conscious Leadership & Social Contributor Cultivator • International Speaker • Author • Multi Award-Winning Social Entrepreneur of YouMeWe Social Impact Group Inc. — Make your contribution count for you • your organization • your community — • • 1.416.570.6557

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    2 replies to "weWednesday: How big is your backyard?"

    • Ellen Boddington

      Insightful and excellent Episode; I loved it Suzanne!

      • YouMeWe

        Thanks Ellen for watching. What is interesting too is the media only reports what they think people will care about. Usually, that translates into ‘events’ that occur, rather than persistent abuses i.e girls being raped, or kidnapped. It is the persistent problems where much of our attention needs to go to and change the circumstance, but it is the events that continue to get our attention and action.

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