I see that it is time for a change. I am a part of the change. I am creating change for the better.
I reach out to my neighbors to see how I can be of assistance. I host gatherings that serve the community. I notice where my skills and talents can best be applied.
I reach out to my town to be of service. I help those in need. I am grateful that I have my health and can serve my town.
I find projects in my area that tug at my heartstrings. I create community projects that show how much I care.
I make use of my skills in project management and teach these skills to others in my community.
I use my time management skills to set appropriate boundaries in order to preserve my strength, so I have the energy to be of service to others.
After the shutdowns of the past year, there is a lot of rebuilding to do to bring back my community. I am happy to be a part of rebuilding my country. I realize that many hands make simple work.
I realize that I am powerful – a force to be reckoned with – and I can empower others, also, to join me in creating a caring community.
Today, I realize how grateful I am that I can make new friends through these service projects and find others who think like me. I am building a service-oriented community where we help each other.
- What can I do that will show my community that I care?
- What service-oriented project tugs at my heartstrings?
- How can I set boundaries in order to preserve my health?