March 8, 2020 – International Women’s Day, Suzanne F. Stevens launches her first book at Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce — Make your contribution count for you, me, we.
With over a hundred women in attendance, Suzanne shares a model of how to take responsibility as a citizen to uplift society, by aligning your contributions with what you care about, your strengths, what the world needs, and strategies to make it sustainable.
“Suzanne’s presentation was entertaining, inspiring, thought-provoking, and engaging! It was fantastic to see and hear the reaction of the audience and how inspired everyone was. Many people commented that Suzanne’s message made them think beyond themselves to the greater contributions they may be able to make. We also incorporated a charitable jewelry extravaganza on Suzanne’s suggestion. The entire event was a huge success!” Colleen Bannerman B.B.A, C.C.H, President, Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce
Make your contribution count — a book whose time has come
With a global pandemic underfoot, now more than ever, citizens need to look to each other for respect, trust, cooperation, and collaboration. The talk mirrors the YouMeWe ethos, which is the foundation of the book and divides it naturally into three parts.
Part 1: you — make your contribution count — consciously
You refers to understanding the needs of the individual or group you would like to contribute to while being conscious of the more significant implications of fulfilling that group’s needs.
Part 2: me — make your contribution count — maximize your meaning
Me refers to each of us being a global citizen. We all have a responsibility to contribute to uplift the life of another. We will maximize our meaning when we channel our unique gifts, life purpose, mission, and personal values in the service of others.
Part 3: we — make your contribution count — consistently
We is the reality that momentum is not achieved alone. To consistently contribute to an initiative, we need to collaborate with value-aligned people and organizations. We must employ sustainable solutions along with mission and conscious leadership techniques. By harnessing our feminine energy, we will generate a positive ripple effect of our consistent conscious-contributions™.
The reader will be transported through 17 African countries and 70 interviews
Make your contribution count imports pioneering African women’s guidance to navigate how the West can integrate African cultural ethos, where we takes precedence over me. Pioneers who have endured many unimaginable circumstances harness their feminine energy to transform how to lead, contribute, consume, and structure organizations to have a social impact in their communities and beyond — sustainably.
The reader is transported through 17 African countries and 70 interviews along with the author, Suzanne F. Stevens, and her husband, Michael K. Gingerich as they backpack through a timely social evolution. Through real-life adventures, international research findings, practical strategies, and reflective questions, the author will take the reader on a journey where:
- their contribution awareness will be heightened locally and abroad
- they will explore strategies on how to tap into their purpose to maximize their meaning,
- they will discover tools to lead conscious-contributions™—sustainably.
Collaboratively we can address the social, economic, and environmental issues of our time — we all have a role to play.
What readers are saying:
“Suzanne F. Stevens takes the reader on an inspiring global journey where she shares strategies on how to activate your purpose, harness your mission, and lead at home or abroad a social, economic, and environmental initiative. A message for anyone who wants to impact society consciously and sustainably.”
Aaron Hurst, Co-Founder & CEO of Imperative, Author of the Purpose Economy and Founder of Taproot Foundation
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