“Have a bias toward action—let’s see something happen now. You can break that big plan into small steps and take the first step right away.”—Indira Gandhi
I'm sick to death of reading about what I and others should be doing.
Blah, bloody blah.
Politics, leadership, innovation and a whole slew of other well-meaning topics, but, in the end, it counts for nothing if me and thousands like me don't go out into the world and make a (real) difference.
I'm not going to name and shame what I've read this week but, in truth, I don't need to read anything, I just need to see action. And when I say see, I mean so much action that I'm literally swept along on a tide that eviscerates any sign of fear.
I know those in the know are all well-meaning and would love to see a changed [insert] but that's not important. The effect is what counts.
I dare you (and challenge me) not to expound on something that's close or dear to us but instead to go out into the world and do something. If we then what to shout from the rooftops then fine but as we all know action speaks so loud I can't hear you.