Often times, it can hard—and maybe even awkward—to ask for help in achieving passions and making ideas happen. Pride, fear of rejection, and ego can easily get in the way, while a lack of specificity can hinder us from knowing what to seek. In this new Sticky Note to Self reflection
I really love it when friends, colleagues, and others in my life ask me about productivity and management tools that I use for projects, ventures, and ideas I engage. One of my great social changemaking friends sent the following request to a group of which we are both members:
The Power of Momentum
There is much fulfillment that accompanies the achievement of goals—whether it’s as simple as getting to work on time, taking a vacation, or starting the business of your dreams. Some call it “scratching off the bucket list,” while others—like me—call it “growing toward your truest you.”
Yet, often times,
1. Stay positive.
You can listen to the cynics and doubters and believe that success is impossible or you can know that with faith and an optimistic attitude all things are possible.
2. When you wake up in the morning complete the following statement:
My purpose is_______________________.
3. Take a morning walk
by Jean Case of The Case Foundation via Stanford Social Innovation Review
1. Make Big Bets—and Make History
Set audacious, not incremental, goals. History suggests that the most significant cultural transformations occur when one or more people simply decide to try and make big change. Thomas Edison didn’t simply try to make