Wednesday- RAK Movement – Random Acts of Kindness


  1. Surprise your parents with flowers
  2. Go the day without complaining
  3. Share something interesting you’ve learnt today
  4. Taking public transport? Offer your seat to someone else
  5. Smile at a stranger
  6. Bake something for your family/friends
  7. It’s hard to stay connected – reach out to an elderly person you know
  8. Give up your seat on the tube/bus
  9. We rarely listen to others – ask someone about their day
  10. Put your phone down and have a conversation with a friend
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Tuesday – RAK Movement – Random Acts of Kindness


  1. Help someone academically – lend them your study notes
  2. Read a good book recently? Pass it on to someone else
  3. Surprise your parents with flowers
  4. Make amends with someone you may have wronged
  5. Is that litter on the floor? Pick it up and bin it
  6. Remember that friend you haven’t seen for ages? Give them a call
  7. Empty your wallet for charity
  8. Buy someone a coffee
  9. Old laptop or mobile lying around? Donate it
  10. Open the door for someone

Saturday- RAK Movement – Random acts of Kindness. Choose one. I have!


  1. Apologise to someone you may have hurt
  2. Visit a friend who’s sick
  3. Have lunch with a homeless person
  4. Purchase ethical goods
  5. Know someone who is not coping very well? Give them a call
  6. Make your voice count – sign a petition for a good cause
  7. Make amends with someone you may have wronged
  8. Remember to turn the lights off when you leave a room!
  9. Make someone’s day – tell a friend why you appreciate them
  10. Lend a friend a book you think they’d like

Tuesday Column – Jay Parkhe – Character Goals


Chosen randomly Jay Mentor presents you with some choices

you may take as your character goals

  1. Better yourselves.
  2. Make a sacrifice for the greater good.
  3. Forgive somebody.
  4. Break an addiction.
  5. Find out your true identity.
  6. Gain the approval of somebody.
  7. Find peace within.

Each mentee/mentoree I meet has a different and unique need that helps them define their goals.

I shall share these regularly. Take your pick.

If you require Mentor support – write to me or call me.

Influence Bartering – good ebook on Changethis


“There are billions of blogs out there on WordPress alone, as I turned to see the WordPress Reader.  It has never been easier to turn our expertise into a revenue stream of Best Friends, Followers and Fans who turn your customers OR one can become an  an influencer to help others.  I choose to do the later. Become an Influencer to my BFFFs and be their BFFF and be influenced by many of them.

The Important question is: What exactly are influencers and why are they important? As a general principle, an influencer is someone who has influence.  You’ll say “I know, I know, it isn’t very helpful to define a word by using the same word”, but it is really that simple. WOMM  or the Word-of-mouth marketing isn’t new and it’s the driving force behind consumer habits, whether it’s buying a product, watching a show, or just downloading an app.

In today’s digital world, the word ‘influencer’ is ascribed to someone with clout through digital channels, or ‘social currency.’ ! (  In this bitcoin Age! ) Whether one has a lot of followers or really high engagement, when they speaks, audience listens, they act, and—most importantly to brands—they buy.”

I read the ChangeThis.com recently and found an excellent ebook on Influence Bartering. Worth a Read.

Random Acts of Kindness – Choose one. I have.


  1. Remember to turn the lights off when you leave a room!
  2. Make your voice count – sign a petition for a good cause
  3. Support a small, local business as a customer
  4. It’s hard to stay connected – reach out to an elderly person you know
  5. Visit a friend who’s sick
  6. Hug your parents
  7. Compliment someone today!
  8. Start the day right – make breakfast for everyone
  9. Send a thank you card to someone who has made a difference in your life (a friend, family member, teacher etc.)
  10. Leave a kind message anywhere (in a library book, on a computer etc.)