Engagement

Do not just give drops on a hot stone!

Wolfgang Sonnenburg takes a critical view of non-profit charities; he takes a different approach: only with conscious profit does a movement get going that is then self-sustaining. Only when it becomes possible for the people who receive help to create profit for themselves and to develop self-sufficiently, does help really make sense: anything else would only be drops in the ocean.

Creating a winning spirit!

With his commitment, he works to make it possible for people to shape a fulfilling life for themselves. To become independent. To overcome poverty through their own efforts. In this respect, he was particularly influenced by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus. Wolfgang Sonnenburg conducted an interview with him in 2008, "Two against poverty", which you can watch here.

With his commitment, Wolfgang Sonnenburg wants to bring together exactly those people in a community who can manage to improve their lives together.

He is committed to helping people help themselves. For example, the Unstoppable Foundation in conjunction with We.org. An organization he recommends and which he has supported in Kenya, for example, in building a school.

The Nigeria Project

"Being rich for a better world - I feel how fulfilling this is when I see what is possible in Nigeria with the donated money. It warms my heart to see this, how people come out of their victim attitude, out of their powerlessness, support each other and manage by their own strength to materialize prosperity and happiness in their lives."

The Nigeria project grew out of Winspiration Day. Reverend Dennis Okeah from Nigeria participated in Winspiration Day with his own events, for example for children or for widows, for families suffering from the civil war. And Wolfgang Sonnenburg and he launched the idea of helping people in Nigeria to build up their own business in spite of all the adverse circumstances, to found start-ups, for example to acquire land, to feed themselves, to create jobs for other people.

The Nigeria project is help for self-help. It stands for the idea: Give a hungry man a fish and he has food for a day; teach him to fish and he is fed for life. It stands for the idea of a "self-support community" so that no matter what the circumstances, people will support each other.

The donations go 100 percent to Dennis Okeah in the south of Nigeria, so that it is guaranteed that really all the help arrives. You can find an informative report about the project in Nigeria here as pdf ... Here you can donate and get more information about the Nigeria project.

Commitment to Future Skills

Wolfgang Sonnenburg is committed to taking people's skills, knowledge and awareness to a new level. With his commitment in Nigeria. With Winspiration Day , which he initiated. With the foundation of Winspiration as the way to the essential.

And because there is no real training in Germany that gives young people the knowledge and skills they will need in the future. After all, where do they learn future skills in school? - That's why Wolfgang Sonnenburg is also involved in network marketing. Because this increases people's sovereignty in an increasingly digital world.

Network marketing is an affordable way to learn to lead. Learning to be independent, learning to sell, really learning to fish. Whoever masters this need not worry that artificial intelligence will rob him of his future.

If you would like more information about Network Marketing or about his engagement, please feel free to write here to Wolfgang Sonnenburg ...