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I-Inspire Foundation - www.iinspirefoundation.org

Vision : “INSPIRING NATION”

Motto : “What you do make yourself known for it.”
Mission : “To promote our Art, Culture & Sports, and Aims to Design Thinking of Next Generation through Life Counselling Workshop and design CSR model for Corporates with a core focus on Societal Development.”

ABOUT:

I-Inspire Foundation (IIF) is a not-for-profit organization based in Gandhinagar, Gujarat (INDIA). IIF promotes our Art, Culture, Sports and also stands for Next Generation Education & Health.

I-Inspire Foundation is founded in the year 2013, head office based in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.


I-Inspire Foundation is working nationwide with its focus on Life Coaching to enlighten minds of Next Generation. Life Coaching program advance the understanding of every individual to live a life being a POSITIVE GURU, he who plays his role to promote our Art, Culture and Sports and stands for issue related to Education and Health.

IIF is focused on expanding it's presence in all the major 200 cities in India to develop a team of 10000+ Positive Guru's whose role is to create a pool of talent in the area of ART, CULTURE & SPORTS. IIF is working with various local organizations, with the objective of establishing long-term relations for talent promotion.

About Founder & Chief Positive Guru : http://positiverishikumar.wix.com/positive-rishikumar

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  • Civic engagement or civic participation has been defined as "Individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern." Civic engagement has many elements, but in its most basic sense it is about decision making, or governance and about who and how and by whom a community's resources will be allocated. The principle of civic engagement underscores the most basic principle of democratic governance, i.e. that sovereignty resides ultimately in the people- in the citizenry. Civic engagement is about the right of the people to define the public good, determine the policies by which they will seek the good, and reform or replace institutions that do not serve that good.Civic engagement can take many forms — from individual volunteerism to organizational involvement to electoral participation. It can include efforts to directly address an issue, work with others in a community to solve a problem or interact with the institutions of representative democracy. Another way of describing this concept is the sense of personal responsibility individuals should feel to uphold their obligations, as part of any community.Civic engagement would mean :Providing right of way to public utilities over your propertyCleaning up after your dog on its walks on streets and not peeing in public swimming poolsRushing to the aid of victims of accidents and street-crime and testifying as a witness later in court.[4] Being the eyes and the ears of your neighbourhood/ work placeReturning books borrowed from public libraries in time (people may be eagerly awaiting them) and without vandalising or marking on them, and while there, observing silenceStaying at home if down with flu and reporting contagious illnesses or pestilence to public-health authorities. Not overdosing or underdosing antibiotics (germs develop resistance to them later on)Turning taps or switching lights off, when not in use (water or power saved can be used by many)Articulating complaints or enquiries well (in person, on the phone, or in writing), keeping them to the point, coming in with all the paperwork, complete beforehand (persons in-charge have to attend to everyone and are hard pressed for time)Reading newspapers (online news portals give many other points of view of the same news), keeping current with issues on the TV (rather than watching soaps or sitcoms), watching films which ‘enrich’ – not mindless entertainmentTaking humanities/social science courses, and heading for the section on them in a library, or sites about them on the internet.Voting in or standing for elections, and keeping a tab on the past and present track record of those electedfiling right to/freedom of information applications to keep a tab on goings onPaying taxes and investing capital in one's own community or countryStocking up only as much as would be needed during shortages (other families may be in desperate need)Not overdrawing from wells, overgrazing or overfishing (nature has enough for everyone's needs but not for anyone's greed)Offering rides to hitchhikersBuying war-bonds or donating money or unexpired medicine to relief-funds in times of needPursuing instances of injustice by protesting these before authorities, the media or courts of law (setting a precedent stops others falling victim to the same injustice)Not jumping queues, whether in person or when applying for public favours (imagine if everyone starts doing the same!)Not forgetting to flush after use in public washroomsVolunteering for military duty and for public services (e.g.: life-saving drills, teaching others by transferring skills to them, sharing expertise by say, answering questions posted by the internet-community)Choosing entrepreneurship over employment (being employed gives you a single job, being an entrepreneur generates jobs for many in your community, increasing national wealth as a bonus)Getting trained and licensed before engaging in a job involving safety of life or propertyRemembering to donate blood from time to time to stave off shortages at 'blood banks'Avoiding double-parking on streetsAvoiding rushing in at the last minute, hogging the time of the staff, just when they are about to close for the day (they have a home to go to)Gathering all waste (especially plastic) on outings to parks or waterfrontsNotifying marriages, births and deathsAnswering public survey questionnairesReporting a treasure, antiquity or minerals (like oil) radiation (ionising and non-ionising) discovered on your property or sunken treasure off a coastKeeping mobile phones on the silent during movies, plays or concerts and avoid arriving after they have commencedStocking up small change sufficient to avoid getting them in exchange for higher currency notes(bills) and offering them to the needyReusing, repairing or recycling things to postpone having to buy new ones (the earth has only so much of raw materials and even lesser of landfills to dump discarded stuff)Spending time with the elderly (milestones of the past may well chart out paths to the future), offering them or parents carrying infants a seat, and helping them with their luggageBroaching civic issues of common interest with people around – and not engaging in mindless gossipSeeing the ‘bigger picture’ when engaging with or organising people for a social cause – identifying issues which would affect the maximum number of people, letting go of some personal gains in the short run. There is always the strength in unity against external forces and pressures while getting things done
  • Civic engagement or civic participation has been defined as "Individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern." Civic engagement has many elements, but in its most basic sense it is about decision making, or governance and about who and how and by whom a community's resources will be allocated. The principle of civic engagement underscores the most basic principle of democratic governance, i.e. that sovereignty resides ultimately in the people- in the citizenry. Civic engagement is about the right of the people to define the public good, determine the policies by which they will seek the good, and reform or replace institutions that do not serve that good.Civic engagement can take many forms — from individual volunteerism to organizational involvement to electoral participation. It can include efforts to directly address an issue, work with others in a community to solve a problem or interact with the institutions of representative democracy. Another way of describing this concept is the sense of personal responsibility individuals should feel to uphold their obligations, as part of any community.Civic engagement would mean :Providing right of way to public utilities over your propertyCleaning up after your dog on its walks on streets and not peeing in public swimming poolsRushing to the aid of victims of accidents and street-crime and testifying as a witness later in court.[4] Being the eyes and the ears of your neighbourhood/ work placeReturning books borrowed from public libraries in time (people may be eagerly awaiting them) and without vandalising or marking on them, and while there, observing silenceStaying at home if down with flu and reporting contagious illnesses or pestilence to public-health authorities. Not overdosing or underdosing antibiotics (germs develop resistance to them later on)Turning taps or switching lights off, when not in use (water or power saved can be used by many)Articulating complaints or enquiries well (in person, on the phone, or in writing), keeping them to the point, coming in with all the paperwork, complete beforehand (persons in-charge have to attend to everyone and are hard pressed for time)Reading newspapers (online news portals give many other points of view of the same news), keeping current with issues on the TV (rather than watching soaps or sitcoms), watching films which ‘enrich’ – not mindless entertainmentTaking humanities/social science courses, and heading for the section on them in a library, or sites about them on the internet.Voting in or standing for elections, and keeping a tab on the past and present track record of those electedfiling right to/freedom of information applications to keep a tab on goings onPaying taxes and investing capital in one's own community or countryStocking up only as much as would be needed during shortages (other families may be in desperate need)Not overdrawing from wells, overgrazing or overfishing (nature has enough for everyone's needs but not for anyone's greed)Offering rides to hitchhikersBuying war-bonds or donating money or unexpired medicine to relief-funds in times of needPursuing instances of injustice by protesting these before authorities, the media or courts of law (setting a precedent stops others falling victim to the same injustice)Not jumping queues, whether in person or when applying for public favours (imagine if everyone starts doing the same!)Not forgetting to flush after use in public washroomsVolunteering for military duty and for public services (e.g.: life-saving drills, teaching others by transferring skills to them, sharing expertise by say, answering questions posted by the internet-community)Choosing entrepreneurship over employment (being employed gives you a single job, being an entrepreneur generates jobs for many in your community, increasing national wealth as a bonus)Getting trained and licensed before engaging in a job involving safety of life or propertyRemembering to donate blood from time to time to stave off shortages at 'blood banks'Avoiding double-parking on streetsAvoiding rushing in at the last minute, hogging the time of the staff, just when they are about to close for the day (they have a home to go to)Gathering all waste (especially plastic) on outings to parks or waterfrontsNotifying marriages, births and deathsAnswering public survey questionnairesReporting a treasure, antiquity or minerals (like oil) radiation (ionising and non-ionising) discovered on your property or sunken treasure off a coastKeeping mobile phones on the silent during movies, plays or concerts and avoid arriving after they have commencedStocking up small change sufficient to avoid getting them in exchange for higher currency notes(bills) and offering them to the needyReusing, repairing or recycling things to postpone having to buy new ones (the earth has only so much of raw materials and even lesser of landfills to dump discarded stuff)Spending time with the elderly (milestones of the past may well chart out paths to the future), offering them or parents carrying infants a seat, and helping them with their luggageBroaching civic issues of common interest with people around – and not engaging in mindless gossipSeeing the ‘bigger picture’ when engaging with or organising people for a social cause – identifying issues which would affect the maximum number of people, letting go of some personal gains in the short run. There is always the strength in unity against external forces and pressures while getting things done
  • I-Inspire foundation, Official Presentation - www.iinspirefoundation.org

    1. 1. Spreading Peace, Love & Positivity!
    2. 2. Vision “INSPIRING NATION”
    3. 3. Motto “What you do make yourself known for it.”
    4. 4. Mission “To promote our Art, Culture & Sports, and Aims to Design Thinking of Next Generation through Life Counselling Workshop and design CSR model for Corporates with a core focus on Societal Development.”
    5. 5. About IIF I-Inspire Foundation (IIF) is a not-for-profit organization based in Gandhinagar, Gujarat (INDIA). IIF promotes our Art, Culture, Sports and also stands for Next Generation Education & Health. I-Inspire Foundation is founded in the year 2013, head office based in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. I-Inspire Foundation is working nationwide with its focus on Life Coaching to enlighten minds of Next Generation. Life Coaching program advance the understanding of every individual to live a life being a POSITIVE GURU, he who plays his role to promote our Art, Culture and Sports and stands for issue related to Education and Health. IIF is focused on expanding it's presence in all the major 200 cities in India to develop a team of 10000+ Positive Guru's whose role is to create a pool of talent in the area of ART, CULTURE & SPORTS. IIF is working with various local organizations, with the objective of establishing long-term relations for talent promotion.
    6. 6. POSITIVE RISHIKUMAR Founder & Chief Positive Guru (IIF) Positive Rishikumar, born in a princely royal family. His family generations from 10 decades empowering the life of people. He is having inborn passion to work for people with a Smile on face. He is a Life Counsellor, personal Growth Educator, motivational quote writer and speak on walk with nature to empower next generation . He has been given “Target 3 Billion” book as an award signed by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India for empowering youth. Motivated, counselled & empowered thousands of youth with a motive of societal development. He has more than 11 years of experience in leadership position with various multinational companies and leading NGO’s. He left his job in 2011 after 9 years of working career and devoted his life for his mission. His MISSION of life is to Become a Strongest Support to our Education System of India and Develop Youth to maximize their potential, strength, skills for the development of our country.
    7. 7. POSITIVE MEHUL BAROT Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer Mehul Barot is the Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer (India) at IINSPIRE FOUNDATION. He is also the Managing Director of Red Canvas Corporation. At the age of 21, he started a construction company Avkash Heights and managed Government Projects for changing the life of people in remote areas. His passion to work for humanity has made him lead various social initiatives in past at Gujarat level since 2008 and has been awarded by the Minister of State for Child and Women Welfare in the year 2009. His successful past 5 years while working with leading NGO’s created awareness of Right to Education in life of less – privilege. He has empowered youth to serve the society and today he is continue to follow his passion to promote our Art, Culture & Sports at I-INSPIRE FOUNDATION. He is Bachelors in Business Administration with specialization in Human Resource from Sardar Patel University, Aanand, Gujarat.
    8. 8. IIF Inspiration The True Archer EKALAVYA
    9. 9. Our Belief “We see an EKALAVYA in you” - Chief Positive Guru
    10. 10. Is Your PASSION To Run?
    11. 11. Is Your PASSION To Sing?
    12. 12. Is Your PASSION Photo graphy?
    13. 13. Is Your PASSION To Dance?
    14. 14. Is Your PASSION To Paint?
    15. 15. Is Your PASSION Rifle Shooting?
    16. 16. Is Your PASSION Design Thinking?
    17. 17. What we do!  Design Thinking workshop for Next Generation Youth, Corporates & Government Departments.  Design the CSR model for Corporates for societal development.  Certification in CSR for Colleges and Corporate employee.  Internship Programs for National & International Graduates, PostGraduates & PHD Candidate.  International Cultural Exchange Program.  Mentoring & Advising the Colleges & Universities in their NGO management program.  Workshop to promote our ART, Culture and Sports.  Drama festivals, Exhibitions, and Sports Festivals.
    18. 18. What we do at our Workshop! Positive Guru interacts with you and design your growth path at our Design Thinking workshop  Know your Passion!  Know who you Are!  Know what’s inside you!  Know how to streamline your passion to be a CHANGE! Join the workshop to Learn how you can be a CHANGE!
    19. 19. Learn to become a Positive Guru and Inspire the world with your PASSION.
    20. 20. Achievements Gallery
    21. 21. Achievements Gallery
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    29. 29. Be Proud to say “I AM POSITIVE” Thank you!

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