How hyperlocal are you in your local community?

Posted: 10/19/2009 in HyperLocal
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Martin Canchola, Kelly Hitterdal, and the Valley Young Professionals Paint a room at Oak Grove in Murrieta CA
I recently had the opportunity to help paint a room at Oak Grove in Murrieta CA with the Valley Young Professionals, who are a sub-chamber of the Temecula Valley Chamber-Commerce. VYPer’s encourage advancement through Professional, Civic and Social events with an approach that fosters collaboration and inspires young professionals to put ideas into action. They have been a great help in getting me out there and more involved with the community.

So, How hyperlocal are you in your local community? How do you get involved with the people in your local area? How do you help to create change for the good? What can you do for someone today to benefit them and not yourself?!

These are the questions that must be asked when volunteering your services and time. Giving away some of your time can also be very good for your health. In the manner that after you are done, you feel a sense of accomplishment. Also not to mention how much fun it can be when you get a bunch of likeminded people together in a room for one main goal!

Remember as Mahatma Gandhi says, “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Sometimes you may have to take the lead and make things happen. Everyone has a definite purpose in life. So tie you dream to a goal and lead the way. Even if you have to make a way to which there is none. You can’t always follow someone else’s path, sometimes you must create your own!

So go get Hyperlocal in your Community today!


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