Creative Ways to Make a Difference Through Your Work

Ultimate Mompreneur Brunch with Kelisha Mills Rachel Edmund GNASM

October 23rd is Make a Difference Day. The world is changing. There are moms who need help than ever before. In the past, moms who needed help would have had to go out and find it for themselves. But now there are many organizations that are dedicated to helping those in need. These organizations use a variety of strategies to make a difference in the lives of those they serve.

Some organizations focus on one specific issue, such as hunger or poverty, while others attempt to address all types of social problems at once. The world is a better place when everyone is given an opportunity to make a difference.

No matter how small the difference, it can have a huge impact. Every person has some talent that they can use to help others and make their lives better. We should never stop trying to find ways to make the world a better place for everyone, no matter what their background or beliefs are.

Making a Difference in the Working World

In the past, the working world was a man’s world. Women were expected to stay at home and take care of the kids while men went off to work. In recent years, this dynamic has shifted and women are now joining the workforce in droves.

Women are now making up more than half of all workers and entrepreneurs in many countries. They have been steadily increasing their representation in most occupations and have made substantial gains in a few traditionally male-dominated occupations such as tech, medicine and law.


The Importance of Finding What Motivates You and Using that to Help Others

One of the most important things that you can do to help motivate others is to find what motivates you and use that.

What is Motivation?

Motivation is the reason behind why we do what we do, how we feel about what we do, and how hard we work on something. It’s often thought of as the driving force behind our actions. When it comes down to it, motivation is what gets us out of bed in the morning and keeps us going through our day-to-day lives despite obstacles along the way.

Why is Motivation Important?

Motivation is important because it helps us be more successful at whatever we are trying to accomplish. Studies show that individuals with a higher level of motivation are more efficient, effective and productive. They work longer hours, put in the effort, and have a better attitude. This increased productivity can lead to higher levels of success in all areas of life including professional achievement and personal fulfillment.

There are many ways to help others. For example, you can donate your time or money to a charity. You can volunteer your skills and expertise to an organization. Or you can use your talents and skills in the workplace to make a difference. But there is one thing that all these methods have in common: they require a certain level of motivation.

You should be able to have a good sense of who you are and what your strengths are.

This will allow you to create a vision for your future and find ways of achieving it.

It will also allow you to figure out how best to motivate others by using the same methods.

How my Ultimate Mompreneur Event incorporated making a difference

We all can make an impact in the lives of others in small ways. You can consider:

  1. Social connections – I used my event to ignite human connection. The need for human interaction is a topic that has been debated for decades. Many psychologists, sociologists, and anthropologists have studied the effects of isolation on humans and have come to the conclusion that humans need other people to be happy. The importance of social connection in person is evident by the fact that loneliness has been linked to many mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.

  2. Hearing others stories of successes and failures and strategies that works for them. Hearing the success stories of others can be a great motivator. It can give you the motivation to push through a hard time and achieve your goals.

    There are many success stories that can inspire us to do better in our lives. We should not forget that it is important to share our own success stories with others as well.

  3. Giving back. For my recent BRUNCH EVENT, I knew that I wanted to include a social element to the day’s proceedings. I have been through a lot, and I also have overcome many challenges. I wanted to take the moment to show others that it is so important to think of others especially when our life and business is thriving.

    After doing my research, I came upon the Global Network for the Advancement of Single Mothers. The organization provides solutions and services geared toward the holistic development of single mothers in Trinidad and Tobago and in the future across the globe. Their vision is to create a global village for single mothers where they are adequately supported in all spheres of their lives moving them from surviving to thriving. The vision grabbed my attention. I reached out to the Founder, Rachel Edmund, to invite her to the event and to make a special presentation.

    Rachel was so appreciative and the tears flowed because she expressed that this was the first contribution she had received since the pandemic started.

    One way to make a difference in the lives of moms is to provide them with the support they need and deserve. This could include providing them with more time off and making sure they have childcare options available.

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Kelisha Mills

Hi, I`m Kelisha Mills! I`m a wife, a mom of 4, and an Entrepreneur for over 15 years. My emarkable gift lies in igniting the entrepreneurial spirit within mompreneurs, propelling them toward their aspirations.