Empower

Five Ways To Empower Young People

The youth is the driving force of this entire world – every country banks on its youth for taking the country ahead by contributing to the many important aspects. But the current situation shows a different story – the youth are confused, stressed, scared, worried – what are the ways to burn down these negative emotions and spark the fire in the youth again? Let’s have a look:

Equip with relevant skills:
Most of the youth out there keep studying and piling up on degrees which they later realize are of no value in the market outside. Not getting jobs or work according to their qualification and compromising for something which they’re not interested in is one of the major cause of frustration among the youth today. So instead of letting them keep doing this, it’s best if they are equipped with the right skills is the very beginning that will help them survive the world outside.

Instil the importance of physical activity:
The kind of lethargic lives the youngsters are living – glued to screens wherever they go is a huge issue. It’s best if the youth is educated about the importance of physical activity right away – we surely don’t want a class of middle-aged people in the future that are plagued with a host of unhealthy lifestyle based diseases.

Learn and practice values:
It’s effortless to keep going ahead in life without caring a damn about the values you have been brought up with. This is a reminding alarm for the youth – so that they know that sticking to the values you have been groomed with since your childhood does reap its benefits. Although the pace of gaining success or results going the value-way maybe slower, but it’s beneficial in the long run. Stay true to yourself, your conscience and have patience.

Ask:


Most hesitate to ask – with the fear of being laughed at or being labeled as ‘dumb.’ Should this stop you from asking? No, because if you instill in yourself the skeptical attitude right now, it will remove your fear of asking queries – you will never be afraid to ask questions and seek answers and knowledge about the things you have no idea at all about.

Seize opportunities:
Don’t hesitate to take up the opportunities, big or small, that come your way. You never know which opportunity will help you shape your career in which way. So not only do you have to be alert about what’s happening around you, but also have the ready-to-go, bring-it-on attitude in your life.