In this week’s episode consider:

  1. Why do I use labels to define someone?
  2. What would happen if society removed labels?
  3. How could I be more inclusive if I eliminating labels?

 

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There is a tremendous TV2 Denmark video that emphasizes what we have in common, and once we become aware of what makes us more alike than different, we can start to break down barriers and build bridges. Beware, have a tissue on hand.

 


Labelling people, it can hold us back, as labels are often attached to history, expectations, experiences, and possibly a bias. Bust that bias. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement
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What I am proving to others is that I can do things by myself. I can do things, not as a blind person, not as a young person, but just as a person.
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There is an increasing need not to be fixed into rigid social boxes, and to be recognized as circles, that roll and evolve. We are holistic individuals, and labels confine us, not liberate us. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement
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Being aware of a bias starts the process of removing it. Learn how. #MyContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement
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We are not in squares but in circles. We are holistic people that intersect with each other in a multitude of ways. Where we find those intersections, we have the opportunity to nurture those relationships. #MyContributionCounts…
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So, until next time, unlabel your labels and make your contributions count.#YouMeWeMovement #MyContributionCounts

BEFORE YOU GO… like & share this post with your friends, colleagues, and anyone who wants to live their most meaningful life. Together, WE can spread the YouMeWe mindset of consistent conscious-contributions™ to the community. Collaboratively we can create a positive ripple effect. 


Join us for weWednesday  – a short weekly video infusion of how to live your most meaningful life by consciously contributing to your community, country, and beyond. Subscribe on the right to weWednesdays to receive it in your inbox, or find out more here.


 

Suzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contribution CultivatorSuzanne F. Stevens, Conscious-Contributor™ Cultivator
Certified Speaking Professional, (CSP)
Social entrepreneur |Professional Speaker | Host | Author | Philanthropist

www.YouMeWe.ca

YouMeWe ignites leaders & entrepreneurs to cultivate a culture of conscious-contributions™ to the community. The Impact: Improving social gaps while attracting, engaging, and retaining colleagues, collaborators, and clients or customers.

 

2017 National President: Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS)
Awards: TIAW World of Difference Recipient for women economic empowering
Accreditation: Suzanne is one of 65 Certified Speaking Professionals (CSP) in Canada and is in the exclusive 15% of speakers who have this designation internationally.

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