A female senior Insurance officer at the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) has challenged members of the Rotary Club of Sinkor (RCS) District 9101 to go out and serve humanity to their best in whatever they do.
Mrs. Chandra Clark Jackson gave the admonition on Wednesday, September 16, during a regular meeting of the RCS District 9101, held at a resort in Monrovia.
Mrs. Jackson, who spoke on the topic, “Advancing the Ideal of Service,” informed the Rotarians that the world is now looking for people who can solve problems, but not problems seekers.
“I want to challenge everyone here tonight to go out and use every opportunity to give your best, and not to stop there, but to take it even further,” she urged.
She noted that to demand a higher standard of service from others, one must do the service before, because it is only by that, “we can say you people are truly advancing the ideal of service.”
She encouraged the Rotarians to be good public servants and to work with dedication and commitment at their respective job sites, because when that is done, a leader can become successful.
“There is an important God-given gift in every individual to help build a good society, but that requires discipline, passion, dedication and that person should always be willing to serve others in order to be a successful change maker,” Mrs. Jackson added.
She believes that people with good vision are great changers of society; therefore, she encouraged Rotarians to learn about becoming leaders of positive change for their country.
Mrs. Jackson wants to see many individuals put their time to learning, because there are many Liberians, who came out of high school or university and cannot perform to expectation.
She, meanwhile, called on Rotarians to always offer good services as a priority to help in the rebuilding of Liberia.