Hello fellow sharers! It is my pleasure to introduce to you guest blog writer, Danish Momin, a member of our business development team! He has some great insights to share with you regarding his perception of the collaborative consumption initiative and the sharing movement!
In today’s society, we tend to forget the fundamental principles of duty while carrying out our daily lives. As stated by John F. Kennedy, “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” Individuals often undermine their value systems and ethics on the road to achieving “success,” and as a result, these individuals fail to gain a full sense of purpose. However, today’s society also consists of individuals who are motivated by righteousness.
Acts of Sharing is an excellent example of a community that is fueled by conviction and not by the objective of gaining material wealth. It is for this reason that I decided to intern with Acts of Sharing. I strongly believe that the successes and goals that Acts of Sharing has accomplished are attributed to its purpose of assisting the community. Accordingly, the beauty of working with Acts of Sharing lies in observing the sharing community grow and develop. Working alongside individuals who share the passion to help our community continues to motivate me to perform at my best. Since joining Acts of Sharing, I have learned that ‘You get back what you put in,’ meaning that results are an indication of efforts. I look forward to having a very productive summer and hope to be able to help Acts of Sharing grow!