Manufacture Your Day by CARING ABOUT THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU
About 1 week ago I noticed a post on LinkedIn with a picture of an employee in the manufacturing industry who was wearing an “I care about U” mask. He also shared an amazing story about these masks.
It is the story about 2 young female entrepreneurs who had the strong desire to make a difference during these times of uncertainty.
I purchased these masks right after I saw the LinkedIn post and we received them this week.
I love the concept and I am all for supporting the 2 sisters Justine and Bailee Sneiderman (14 and 11 years of age) in Toronto for their fabulous idea. That’s why I share their story with you. So many cannot appreciate what they have and all they do is “driving the bmw” (blaming, moaning and whining) day after day. However, here we have 2 young ladies who do their part to make a difference and lead by example.
They thanked me for my support by sending a personalized, handwritten note in the envelope with the masks. How awesome is that?
If you want to purchase a mask (or more than one), I invite you to go to their Website: I Care About U.
You can also watch their interview with City TV.
When purchasing an “I care about u” mask, you are helping in two ways:
1. Protect others around you and inspire them to wear a mask.
2. All profits from the sales of “I care about u” masks will be donated to Food Banks Canada COVID-19 Response fund.
Is there something we, as adults, can learn from the initiative of these two amazing young ladies?
Let me be clear. You are not responsible to make others happy but you should do your part by caring about people and their well-being. The world needs more leaders like that.
Especially this fall/winter many people will have a difficult time to cope with Covid-19 and SAD (seasonal affective disorder). Mental illness is a real concern these days and we have to talk abut it. Please make sure to pay attention to how your team members walk, talk and interact.
Asking “Are you o.k.?” is a very simple and sincere question that may just save someone’s life.
Some care. Some don’t. Will you?
Food for Thought:
People who care demonstrate strength and mindful leadership.
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