Do you have kids, nephews, nieces, cousins, brothers, sisters, or friends?

Are you one of those good students that explain math problems to other fellows?

Have you ever taught to anyone how to use a smartphone, laptop, play a game, cook, or have you indicated to anyone how to go to school?

Are you the kind of friend who always listens, cries and celebrates at your friends´ lives?

If you answer YES to at least one of the questions above, chances are you are already in the “Capacity Building” business and you didn´t even know.

There are two ways to actually help someone to improve abilities, it can be done intentionally (as your job), or unintentionally (when nobody pays for it)

The point here is that you build (or destroy) capacity whether you like it or not, whether you are paid for it or for free.

It is just natural, unavoidable.





What Capacity Building means for me.


Capacity Building is the provocation of a feeling, that secret powerful feeling that makes you becoming self-confident, capable, and empowered to do the things that have meaning for you and your life.

Someone did it to you, and you have the obligation to build someone else´s capacity.

I want to write about it because it will help me to realize how my capacity has been built, and how I can, consciously, help someone else.