Take a careful inventory of what you do and how you do it. Whatever your profession or your interest, know that you can make a difference in expanding another person's frame-of-reference. The saying, "People know what they know," can be an overused platitude. However, what can you do to help others have the curiosity to wish to know more about what shapes lives? If you are at the juncture in life that you wish to expand your horizons and the lives of those around you, perhaps it is time to explore and support the arts and humanities.
As a human services professional, personal trainer, and ACE Certified Behavioral Change Specialist, I have made personal, group and organizational wellness my life's work. As a DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster) and teacher, I have spoken many times about the need to take care of one's self in order to best assist others.
As a Team Leader, Lead Military Reviewer and Commissioner for COA (Council on Accreditation) I have been fortunate enough to travel across the country to work with service providers and clients from all walks of life and to have a first hand understanding of many personal, group, and organizational issues that prevent us from being all that we can be. Realize that creativity, appreciation of diversity and realization of valid information can be augumented by the participatuib in and support of the arts and humanities.
If you wish to know more about expanding personal, group, or organizational horizons, please contact me.