Diversity within the community

Last Update: March 08, 2018

WE ARE WEALTHY AFFILIATE

As I scout around the community here at Wealthy Affiliate, I definitely notice a very diverse and cultural group of unique individuals. From the ethnic backgrounds to various nationalities, we are all special and can offer such expansive point of views.

PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE

There is a massive diversity surrrounding our group that is so amazing! Not only do we learn infinitive information in our training courses, but we also gain knowledge of the people---our people here!

I love the fact that I am connected to over 3K members from around the globe; from the United States, where I live--to Canada, Scotland, Ireland, UK, India, Poland, Austrailia, The Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, the Bahamas, Mexico, Germany, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, etc. and the list goes on and on!

WHAT DO ALL THESE PEOPLE HAVE IN COMMON?

No matter how diverse and different we are from each other, we all share a common interest! We are all part of this growing community of likeminders who want to succeed in this thing called life.

We also add an essential part to this platform---our knowledge. We help each other gain momentum and hope, facilitating a monumental scope of what the future holds.

I love all you wonderful people from around the globe who so dedicatingly have helped to grow my business, and I am honored to help you grow yours!

Erin :)!

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BMorrow2 Premium
Erin,you have the answer to all problems. Talk and communicate.
With all of these wonderful people,we can indeed learn from each other.
We have talents and knowledge that we seldom believe,but to others they would love to have what we have.
So we talk and share,not always for gain,but to help others
In so doing we benefit ourselves.
Indeed Wonderful people.

Bill
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herinnelson Premium
Beautifully expressed, Bill! Yes, this community brings out OUR best and gives us the encouragement from others to empower our valuable skills--great self esteem building. Completing the cycle, when essentially paying-it-forward, we also develop a sense of self. This giving and receiving method of exchange is what we were created for!
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dluellen Premium
Beautiful Article! Love this!:)
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herinnelson Premium
Thanks, my dear! xoxo
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TurboEric Premium
Hello Erin,

Another great blog! Diversity is great because it allows us to share and learn from all walks of life.

Like the rainbow, together we are beautiful (:

Cheers,
Eric
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herinnelson Premium
You really should write a book, Eric! Your inspiration would set the world ablaze!
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herinnelson Premium
(Every time I go to write your name, I write mine instead and have to correct it--LOL!)
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TurboEric Premium
Haha Erin, trust me! I do the same >.< lol
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TaniaHersel Premium
Yes, I love the diversity, it broadens my mind and enriches my life. Thank you for this wonderful post.
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herinnelson Premium
My pleasure, Tania! YOU are one of those beautiful people!
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TaniaHersel Premium
Oh my what a staggering compliment. You are too and your blogs inspire me!
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herinnelson Premium
Love you, girl!
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Swangirl Premium
I LOVE this too Erin! It is so interesting and rewarding to connect with people from all over the planet here.
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herinnelson Premium
It's so amazing, I just HAD to write about it! :)!
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Swangirl Premium
I was lucky to grow up being exposed to many different people from different countries. I lived in a cabin in the woods and mountains of Alaska but my parents brought out travelers looking for an Alaskan adventure to stay with us. They worked at chores like gardening and building in exchange for room and board and transportation.

They had the chance to experience the real Alaska and see the National Park for free and many jumped at the change. We had people from Switzerland, The U.K., The Netherlands, Denmark, France, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and the Czech Republic. I am probably missing some! The man from Czech liked it so much he came back again years later, all the way across the globe. Most of these people were young and traveling on a shoestring budget. They were musicians, artists, adventurers. The Swiss girl was studying to be an astrophysicist! It was a great way to grow up, so interesting!
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herinnelson Premium
Wow! That's quite the life, Jess! Thanks so much for elaborating the diversity in your life growing up in Alaska! It must have been interesting all the time!

Growing up, my Dad was a Rotary President and we took in exchange students every year for a month at a time. It was a program offered through our school. We'd send some of our students overseas in exchange for other students from all over the world. They were from all walks of life. My favorite, I think, was a guy from France whose name was Jean Luc X.

Funny how memories of importance just drift back into our lives when we least expect it!

Thanks for sharing yours. xoxo How wonderful!
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Swangirl Premium
I think those programs are good for young people so they get exposed to other cultures. Being around other people helps prevent misunderstanding and bigotry. We have exchange students in our schools too. I remember one girl from Uruguay.
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herinnelson Premium
Yes, such an important part of the town community--all for intercultural experiences!
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