New York: Penguin, 2002. Print. Homer. The Iliad. Trans.
Over time, we have matured into a faction that consists of individuals that exist for similar ambitions. We, as humans, aspire to fulfill needs, to better our lives, and to ultimately become successful. We’ve been taught to bear certain characteristics in order to become adequate human beings. Characteristics such as kindness, truthfulness, responsibility, etc. Yet, a noteworthy characteristic we often overlook and minimally discuss is generosity.
I have learned that social entrepreneurs should be innovative and should think of how they can create value and impact to the society. I have learned that social entrepreneurs should find what is not working and think of possible solutions. They should be able to spread the solution they have thought of, change the system and try to encourage the society to make a difference—to change for the better. I have realized that everyone has the capability to put up a social enterprise or venture if they really want to make a change. In simple ways, everyone may be able to help one another, especially those who are under privileged or underserved.
Constructive feedback should be given when leaders are encouraging motivation. Individuals have different motivators, for example, by more money, promotions, or time off work. Each person values different rewards. Therefore, when trying to motivate people, it is essential to identify what exactly motivates each individual. Workers have a desire to feel appreciated at work.