Javier 🐝 beBee en Coaching and Mentoring, Human Resources, Coaching Founder & CEO • beBee 12/10/2016 · 1 min de lectura · 7,1K

Contribution to the society is the responsibility of everybody

Many people assume that contribution to the society is the responsibility of those who are already well settled in life and have nothing else to do; because, even if the average person tried to contribute to the society, it wouldn’t make much difference. How wrong! It is the little drops of water that make the mighty ocean. 

Every person can make a difference to the society if they have the will to do so.

You can make a big difference to the company you work for.

You can make a difference to the project you work on.

You can make a difference to beBee as a bee.

Are you really contributing to the society, your company, your project ? Are you making a difference ?

If not, you probably will not be so relevant as you would like to be.

You need not donate money to feed the hungry or do some heroic act in order to make a difference. Little act of kindness, small changes in lifestyles and being a responsible part of the society, your company or your project will do the trick.  

Being a productive member of the society/family/company, you will be contributing to your community/friends/partners/fellows in a positive way.

The first step would be to improve yourself. It never gets easier. You just get better.

Negative emotions and bad attitude tend to create bad vibes that spreads around, which is picked up by other people. By improving your social skills, being friendly and approachable person, you do a lot of good to your community. There are a lot of people that believes they are contributing giving you ideas or helping you, but they really don't , as they create bad vibes that spreads around. Positive attitude is always necessary to make your goals happened.

So, get away from negative and annoying people. They will not teach you anything.



Contribution to the society is the responsibility of everybody

Let's cycle together. Pedaling is a prerequisite. Quantities should not become an excuse for inertia

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Lisa Gallagher 4/11/2017 · #34

A great reminder and buzz by @Javier 🐝 beBee, worth re-sharing!

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Harvey Lloyd 19/10/2017 · #33

#32 Wow, that does really take the pink elephant out of the room.

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Joanne Gardocki 19/10/2017 · #32

#30 The Art of Possibility by the Zanders talks about giving people an "A" . Benjamin Zander began the practice with his performance music classes because students were so fearful they wouldn't take any risks. He gave them an "A" for the class and the only requirement was to write a paper on why they deserved the grade. I'm working on my own paper and a list of others I can gift with an "A". Zander's students blossomed and took flight with the music.

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Jim Cody 19/10/2017 · #31

Excellent honey with great points @Javier 🐝 beBee Make incremental changes. Rome wasn’t built in one day. Stay focused on the goals.

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Harvey Lloyd 18/10/2017 · #30

#29 Great quote. If 10% of the people with the will to change the world focused for six months on those around them, they would change the world. But changing at this level of each other most times is messy. Fixing the world can remain in nebulous uncommitted zones. My neighbor will actaully require my engagement with expectation.

To save the house we most engage with the pieces where our skills lie.

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Joanne Gardocki 18/10/2017 · #29

#28 Excellent point, @Harvey Lloyd. Big picture is important but true lasting change comes from engaging in the moment with those we can reach. We never know how far ripples will travel. Though I will say "once the avalanche has started the pebbles don't get to vote" is still a favorite.

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Harvey Lloyd 18/10/2017 · #28

If i could add an additional layer of thought. Stop trying to fix the world. Of course grander goals of saving the world are great but, right in front of us are teams that need our attention in the present. The 400 million seater bicycle is a tough ride, jump on the 4 seater and make a difference, in the present, with those in front of you.

Great post and thoughts.

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Joanne Gardocki 18/10/2017 · #27

Collaboration requires that we engage; it requires conversations. One of the things I love about beBee is the conversations that happen in our very active community. Our unique focused attention is priceless. We each control the contribution we make.

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