Every change starts with a single idea from one person. Regardless if you intend to create a revolution or modify your personal circumstances, the beginning is always the same. It starts with your commitment to an idea.
So why don’t you initiate the change that speaks to you?
Shifting perceptions or converting attitudes, starts when you stop hiding and decide to put it all on the line.
Go ahead stick your hand up and say “I got an idea,” get in front of the thing that excites you. Willingly put yourself out there. Be committed, articulate, and purposeful. Compassionate in your reasoning and unshakable in your resolve.
Being out front is definitely for the brave, and in the process, the brave invariably find fulfillment, purpose, and a lifetime of memories.
Who would follow me?
The better question is, why wouldn’t someone come along? If your idea is creative, sound and exciting, all you have to do is be credible, honest and sincere. Show up naturally and step away from manipulation and coercion.
In time your tribe will find you and willingly buy-in. Brace yourself; it’s not likely that you will be a raging success day one. You just want to move a few like-minded people to action, let the power of grass-root awareness create momentum. Give it the time it deserves.
Maybe your commitment is to change an attitude or enhance a cause, raise awareness or sell an idea. Make sure your actions and the job you take on are congruent with who you are, the talents you possess, and your beliefs.
Choose to make an existing movement your own by adding value to a worthy cause. Participate by creating a niche within the bigger picture; exercise your God-given talent, let the creative juices flow, put your unique spin on it.
Be “your idea’s” best advocate, understand why your idea is great, develop a process, and share freely and openly.
The reality is, not everyone is going to put themselves on the line. In no way does that diminishes who they are or the compassion and feelings they have for others. Bottom line, this isn’t for everyone.
But for the brave few who are ready willing and able to step to the plate, it’s more than a worthy thing to do; it’s a moral obligation.
Get out in front; people need you,
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