Contrary to popular belief, volunteering doesn’t just involve one directly giving back to those who are in need. Because just like anything you do on a daily basis at work or even at home, volunteering also involves a whole lot of thought-out decisions – ones that not only determine what kind of service you will be rendering for other people, but also determine what kind of person you will be showing to other people.
Volunteering To Do Chores At Home Instead Of Your Parents
While this may seem too simple for some, it’s not exactly the case. You see, doing chores is not just about sweeping the floor and washing the dishes. It’s also about making your home free from germs that can be acquired by your child especially if she plays on the floor and cause symptoms like diarrhea and vomiting, as well as making your food free from viruses that can be acquired by your spouse even if he eats on the table and cause diseases like food poisoning or fatal allergies.
Other chores at home include cleaning your pool with a pool vacuum and mowing your lawn with a lawn cutter, making it easier for your parents to do other things they need to do for the day and making it more convenient for you to do other things you need to do for the day.
Volunteering To Make Reports At Work Instead Of Your Superiors
While this may seem too hard for others, it’s not exactly the case. You see, making reports is not just about copying a number of texts and lecturing a couple of notes. It’s also about learning more about what you can truly do in the form of doing something out of your norms, as well as knowing more about what others can truly do in the form of doing something out of their norms.
Other reports at work include making proposals with a professional editor and transcribing audio with an expert listener, making it more convenient for your superiors to do other things they need to do for the day and making it easier for you to do other things you need to do for the day.
How about you? How do you volunteer at home? How do you volunteer at work?
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