My Personal Asset Map

Mbithi
Posted August 2, 2016 from Kenya
Organizational
Organizational (1/3)

As we come to an end of this learning I must say that am a changed person, different from how I started.As I was going through assignment 3 and the personal asset Map I could not help but think of how many more people out there need this sort of learning one reason being at least somebody gets liberated,two am also learning that the things I do or they are done to me I should not take it for granted or I should not just do them Casually because every decision and every small step will make an impact to somebody.The leadership aspect in this asset map is also overemphasized.This has made me to stay keen because in leadership we are always learning.

My three assets are Organizational,physical space and Relationships .The first photo is me and three other women ,we have come together to identify social challenges in the communities and come up with innovative and workable solutions.

The second photo is day out with the orphans just to appreciate them and reassure them they have a great future ahead loving children and wanting to be around them is an asset.

The third photo is a logo for an NGO that am a co-founder the mission being empowering women inspires me,have continuously learned from the founder Sabiha.She is always ready to share information.Having been brought up in a poor environment with a lot of ruthlessness and still stood,faced the world with confidence and hold on the determination is the asset that I strongly believe I will use to encourage so many people out there giving up on themselves.

Have assumed different roles in leadership ,which has become a great asset to me because that is what I use to influence other to embrace change.

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Funmi
Aug 02, 2016
Aug 02, 2016

Well done Mbithi, am sure we've all come out of this exercise better than when we started. Continue the good work of leading other women to never give up on themselves.

Mbithi
Aug 02, 2016
Aug 02, 2016

Thanks Funmi for your kind words

Stelz
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Thanks for sharing Mbithi, We continue to grow to be a better person and one of the ways we do so is through learning and sharing our experiences. Encouraging/empoering each other and standing up and speaking out in what we believe in.

I wish you all the best in the work you are doing and God Bless

Cheers

kank
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Dear Mbithi, 

I agree with you. This assignment was very helpful for me to! It's great to see you solving problems with other women and starting an NGO! Keep up the good work! 

leila Kigha
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Hiya Mbithi

It was indeed an exceptional experience. Am glad we all were part of it!

i got to learn alot more about World Pulse and the different levels at which it can affect our personal lives and our communities.

am looking forward to using this effectievely!

This is to your success and good work

cheers!

Mbithi
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Thanks Stelz,

Together we can do more

Mbithi
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Thanks Kariz and Kank for your inspiring words.

In wish all the best too

Bim Adegbite
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Awesome work Mbithi!  Wishing you much success on this already beautiful and inspiring journey.

Mbithi
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Thanks BIM Together we will achieve more

Aramide Oikelome
Aug 04, 2016
Aug 04, 2016

Kudos Mbithi!

You are a great leader!

Keep up the good work!

Love and Light!

Aramide

Ritkatmwa Gwan Gwan
Aug 05, 2016
Aug 05, 2016

Hello Mbithi,

congratulations on all your achievements, looking forward to hearing more about your work with women.

vida.olive
Aug 06, 2016
Aug 06, 2016

Mbithi,

You not only take advantage of your assets but create even more. The relationships that you are forming are building bridges, filling in gaps, constructing where seemingly nothing was once before. Assuring orphans that their future does matter, that they are cared for, that their is someone listening and that their story is of value; working directly with local woman to tackle and implement social change within their communities; lastly, inspiring women to stand up against all odds is....incredibly inspiring.

I hope to hear more of your journey. Keep paving the way for those to come and for those to join you.

Un gran abrazo,

Gabriela

PilarAlbisu
Aug 12, 2016
Aug 12, 2016

Mbithi,

First off I want to congratulate you on reaching the end of this training! I am so glad to hear that it was a positive experience and that it helped you grow as a person. I have no doubt that all the assets you mention (as well as countless more I'm sure you have) will help spread change and joy in your community. I was particularly moved by the photo of your day out with orphaned children. I would also like to do that sort of work one day. Reading your post only makes me see how admirable, and necessary, that kind of work is. I congratulate you on everything you've achieved and I wish you nothing but the best in your future endeavours!

Warm wishes,

Pilar