(Part of an ongoing Newsletter series authored by WetheP colleagues).
Like everyone I'm busy. So finding ways to engage can be a challenge. Right? Maybe not.
My world has been opened wide with opportunities since I started at WetheP in 2013. There are so many, I have to step back and assess my passions and pragmatism, which makes prioritizing where to start easier. I want to use my time and energy areas that matter to me, while also making a difference for those around me.
Chris Nechanicky shares her public narrative and how personal challenges helped her see her public role.
Recently our team compared personality types using the Myers-Briggs scale. I learned I’m an ISTJ. Which means I am a quiet, serious person who values thoroughness and dependability. I’m fairly practical, realistic, logical and steady. I take pride in making organization out of chaos, and holding missions. In short, people like me do not like change.
So why do I work with WetheP-- a company that's all about change? My realistic side knows change is inevitable, so I cannot nor do I want to avoid it. Change can be exciting, an improvement— good stuff! The piece I connect with most at WetheP is how we help make sustained change that will last. It’s logical and practical to actively engage in choosing, creating and making change, knowing it will improve our world—and lead to less change for me!
A Challenge! Whether you’re a steady type like me or one who might like all the movement of change, I challenge you to give it a try. Engage in some way that fits you and uplifts those around you. I guarantee you will find its well worth the effort!