SOUTHLAKE, TX, UNITED STATES, July 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Giving back through philanthropy and volunteerism can enrich the lives of adults from different backgrounds according to engineering executive Naga Kiran Potluri.
Naga Kiran Potluri, who is the Vice President at DeGolyer and MacNaughton, PE, believes that helping other people can balance out your life and as well as set a good example for your kids.
By volunteering or donating to a worthy cause, people around the world can make a huge difference in the lives of others. Efforts could include building a home for a family in need or donating to the local food bank. For Naga Potluri, volunteerism came in the form of children who needed a little extra help with math. He has also donated to his alma mater to help raise money for student scholarships and other altruistic endeavors.
Studies suggest that those who volunteer experience a sense of reward and overall satisfaction that can have a positive effect on the body. Whether by supporting philanthropic endeavors financially or by donating your own time, you can activate the mesolimbic system responsible for your brain’s reward center. Some scientists call this a “helper’s high.”
Giving off positive vibes during volunteer events can help you form bonds and friendships with other volunteers. It can also help you make a more positive impact on children and other people that appreciate that assistance. Naga Kiran Potluri believes that volunteering also can help boost confidence levels. In general, people who volunteer and connect with others enjoy higher self-esteem.
Are you looking to build your social networking skills? As an executive, Naga Potluri has to deal with all kinds of people on a daily basis. Through volunteering, he has learned how to network and socialize more freely. This experience has helped him create lasting connections and relationships.
Volunteering can give you experiences that will enrich your personal life, says Naga Kiran Potluri.
On top of that, volunteer experiences can help you get into college or stand out among other applicants for a job. However, there are also personal rewards to giving back to the community. Naga Kiran Potluri embraces the concept of paying it forward. Another way of putting this is, kindness is contagious. When you volunteer, you can inspire others in your family and neighborhood to get involved and spread kindness as well, says Naga Potluri.
When you volunteer, you may also feel that you have accomplished more in the course of the day. You may even feel like you have more time to do the things that mean the most.
Naga Kiran Potluri hopes to expand his own volunteer efforts to include supporting sustainable farming efforts. He encourages others to find causes that are meaningful to them and to get involved.
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