Look beyond the social responsibility and feel-good of doing work for charities; they are actually great opportunities to seriously exercise your creative problem-solving skills.

Relative to most businesses and corporations, charities have huge limitations placed upon them. Funds and resources are obvious ones. There is also the established mentality and attitude – one of scarcity, limitations, and stifling compliance.

Working with a charity is the ultimate place to learn to embrace reality. It is the opportunity to seriously look at what is truly possible despite all the limitations. After all, creative problem-solving is about working within constraints.

If you can innovate with nothing, imagine what you can achieve when resources are abundant! Are you up to the challenge? A good place to start is GoodCompany