My Personal Asset Map

GRACE UCHENDU
Posted August 3, 2016 from Nigeria
Training a few women in my house
My skill
My skill (1/2)

My house is an assest : here I can host a few women in my community, run skill acquisition trainings for them without bothering about how to raise funds to secure a venue.

My sister: is a great asset. She shares my vision of empowering women with others and they have been a great support.

My skills: I am a skilled designer of clothes, bags and shoes. I make shoes and bags from waste material. I see value in trash.

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waswas
Aug 04, 2016
Aug 04, 2016

HI GRACIE4GRACE

Have read your personal assets map and i feel honoured with what you are doing especially with your venue of work.So many people are deterred from doing something because of the venue since most of them needs some cash which is hard to come by

Keep up good work and you will be able to change lives

With Regards

RODGERS

Keturah Shammah
Aug 04, 2016
Aug 04, 2016

DEAR GRACIE4GARCE! WHAT A GREAT ASSETS BESTOWED ON YOU! I CONGRATULATE YOU!

GRACE UCHENDU
Aug 04, 2016
Aug 04, 2016

Thanks sisters. We are changing the world one woman at a time

Aramide Oikelome
Aug 04, 2016
Aug 04, 2016

Beautiful Grace!

You are a great team leader and a true powerhouse!

You will go places! So, see you at the top!

Love and Light!

Aramide

Carolyn Seaman
Aug 08, 2016
Aug 08, 2016

Dear Gracie4Grace,

I appreciate your concise post about your assets mapping exercise. You are very specific and straight to the point about the assets you were highlighting. And it was a great read.

My house is also a huge asset for me, so I can relate to your house being an asset to enable you to conduct training at less cost. Also, your sister is beautiful and you help us to appreciate how much she supports your passion and vision. 

And your design skills are beautiful. I love how you clearly describe how you see value in trash. You may want to connect to an amazing World Pulse Sister (and recently World Pulse Advisory Board Member) who also shares a strong passion for turning trash to treasure. You can read about her and connect as desired. Meet Sister Olutosin and read about her passion turning trash to treasure.

Well done on your amazing work dear Gracie!

Love,

GRACE UCHENDU
Aug 10, 2016
Aug 10, 2016

Thanks sis.

Mary Morgan
Aug 11, 2016
Aug 11, 2016

The simplicity in your post has helped me to see that sometimes an asset is something we take for granted every day; physical comforts, family, and personal skills that we don't always give ourselves credit for. Thanks for sharing!