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Our world needs people who are more concerned with the substantive issues at hand than with their own Fear of Screwing Up.
We always have company.
What if we took a one-day vacation from worrying about what everyone thinks of us, and just did what was right and good?
My friend, Dave, lives in Minneapolis. After one of the chaotic nights in his hometown, he joined a group of fellow citizens to clean up a devastated neighborhood. In their understated way, they pitched in. They helped out. They were kind. This is what humility looks...
No matter how large or small your sphere of influence, humility is the starting point for real change.
This is a time for action. It’s also a time for lasting change from the inside out.
We’re not finished yet.
A few minutes of hidden preparation before you speak can help you serve others well, no matter how challenging the situation. Here’s how to do it.
It’s hard to be wrong when you focus on the other person.
Don’t cooperate with any comment or action that fails to work for the common good.
It’s all about the stories we tell ourselves.
The sooner we discover true stories about the new world we live in, the sooner we can be useful to ourselves and others.