My Personal Assets Map

Stelz
Posted August 1, 2016 from Ethiopia

This has been a great learning exercise for me as it is sometime difficult for individuals to somehow appreciate the skills that they possess. Also to note that your personal skills are not just your intellectual skills but also the organisations for example, my local church and other social groups that you are part of, the community that you are part of i.e. how you interact with, support and grow within, and also how you use these skills to empower and encourage others.

After working through this exercise, the above images/picture & places are a representation of what I consider to be some of my most personal assets.

The first image is that of my church. I am strong member of my church, here I meet some of the most terrific people in my life making great spiritual friends that make me see life differently I am part of the women ministry that support women and children in our community here in Addis Ababa, we pray together, laugh together and be there for each other in good times and in bad times.

I am a member of the church choir as you can see in image 2. We teach and learn new songs and sing during church services. I am a lead singer and I am not stage or mic shy in front of a large audience - some great personal skills I think?

Picture 3 is an image of a teacher teaching a computing class. I am very computer literate and have volunteered in many respect teaching basic computing skills to different charity organisations. I am planning setting up basic computer training classes for my church community and it is also part my plan as well to teach my community members how they can use basic computing (social media to run their small businesses)

Picture 4 is that of our first living room session on digital training in Addis Ababa where I brought together friends in my community to tell them about World Pulse. This was a great session attended by almost 20 women in my community. This is a great personal asset which I know that I have organising and bringing people together and passing on forth my idea.

This has been a great learning exercise for me as it is sometime difficult for individuals to somehow appreciate the skills that they possess. Also to note that your personal skills are not just your intellectual skills but also the organisations for example, my local church and other social groups that you are part of, the community that you are part of i.e. how you interact with, support and grow within, and also how you use these skills to empower and encourage others.

After working through this exercise, the above images/picture & places are a representation of what I consider to be some of my most personal assets.

The first image is that of my church. I am strong member of my church, here I meet some of the most terrific people in my life making great spiritual friends that make me see life differently I am part of the women ministry that support women and children in our community here in Addis Ababa, we pray together, laugh together and be there for each other in good times and in bad times.

I am a member of the church choir as you can see in image 2. We teach and learn new songs and sing during church services. I am a lead singer and I am not stage or mic shy in front of a large audience - some great personal skills I think?

Picture 3 is an image of a teacher teaching a computing class. I am very computer literate and have volunteered in many respect teaching basic computing skills to different charity organisations. I am planning setting up basic computer training classes for my church community and it is also part my plan as well to teach my community members how they can use basic computing (social media to run their small businesses)

Picture 4 is that of our first living room session on digital training in Addis Ababa where I brought together friends in my community to tell them about World Pulse. This was a great session attended by almost 20 women in my community. This is a great personal asset which I know that I have organising and bringing people together and passing on forth my idea.

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bridggyella
Aug 02, 2016
Aug 02, 2016

Hello Stelz,

Thank you for sharing. Its amazing to know i share a passion with you which is teaching. You are doing a good job training people. I am also planning to organize a training on Digital skills and also teach the participants about World Pulse.

You truly inspire me. Keep up the good work and stay blessed.

Cheers!!!.

bridggyella

Mbithi
Aug 02, 2016
Aug 02, 2016

Hello Stelz,

You are doing a great job of expanding the kingdom of God by your asset map

Keep it rolling.

Regards

Betty

leila Kigha
Aug 03, 2016
Aug 03, 2016

Amazing  Stelz!

Thank you for sharing. 

your story is always inspiring.

I pray you continue to share  and use those assets to ring change.

i am inspired to do same in my community :)

cheers sister!

Adanna
Aug 06, 2016
Aug 06, 2016

Dear Stelz,

Well done for volunteering to teach basic computer skills to women in your community.

Keep up the good work.

Pushpa Achanta
Aug 10, 2016
Aug 10, 2016

Dear Stelz,

Hi. Nice reading this. Continue the good work. Knowledge when shared, evolves.

Warmly,

Pushpa

Caillou
Nov 14, 2016
Nov 14, 2016

Hi Stelz,

I am so impressed with your works and self acknowledging your worth. 

Let the fire keep burning in you!

God bless you,

Caillou