The Encourager

Scholarship Entrant: Susan from Raytown, Missouri
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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If I could earn a living doing what I love the most it would be, to encourage women, men and children of all age groups. I excel in the area of encouragement, its a natural tendency for me to encourage others. Whether it be a positive affirmation or a friendly smile I would love to know that what I do helps others get through the day. I believe that encouragement is a missing element in our society, offering encouragement as a service to someone would profit many lives. For example, an older woman who is widowed has been alone and mistreated by family and friends, she is in need of something but can’t put her finger on it, well that’s when The Encourager steps in. As someone who supports her and brings positive energy she is able to see herself as not alone or displaced but an asset to society. With her wisdom and time I would encourage her to donate her time and resources to the young and young at heart, no to confine herself in solitude. As The Encourager, my goal to make this a reality would be to offer help to others through my unique products or services, including: freelancing, consulting, speaking, training, coaching, blogging, books, ebooks, live events and much more. This would go national and international, people would say “I have been looking for something like this”, and here it is at your finger tips! That would be my dream career to encourage others to see the potential in themselves, not for what others think of them and what they should be.

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