How to Start a Movement

How to Start a Movement

Admit it. You are impatient. Waiting for a global society to collectively make the changes required to live into a more just and sustainable world is just hard.

We’re told change is slow, but how slow does it really have to be?  What does it take to get your ideas noticed?  How do you get others to join you?  How many people do you REALLY need to begin?

Well, maybe… just maybe starting a movement for positive change isn’t as hard as we think. Watch this funny short video by Derek Sivers, who presented at 2010 TED Conference (TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design). This video was posted by TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes or less.  After watching…tell us what you think!

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1 comment on “How to Start a Movement”

  1. Mandy

    This is a terrific video! What a fun way to show some key points. It has made me ponder about leadership and movements, for sure. I recommend that everyone watch it – Great lesson by TED, in under 3.30 minutes besides!

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