The power of leverage – why you matter
Below is a video of an experiment that demonstrates the power of small and the power of leverage.
A great example of causality. We are creators and should be mindful of our actions (or inactions) with self and others.
Small acts of kindness and positivity in the office can snowball and spread in to similar things in the community and world! Love this visualization and working with each of you!
That’s why you should not be afraid to speak up when you know you have something important to say. Wise words from the Dalai Lama states “if you think you’re too small to make a difference try sleeping with a mosquito”. Another fantastic truth from Gandhi states “be the change you want to see in the world”. If you think small of yourself and act on it then that will form the basis of your reality unless you break out of that mentality and stand tall, speak up without fear, trust yourself and be that change you want to see out there no matter what. You are part of the 7 billion, you’re not just a statistic. These are some of my principles. What are yours?
And that is a good representation of life. If one doesn’t follow one’s self, making choices that are different than others, one must deal with the seemingly ever increasing set of challenges. If one decides to be themselves and be something different, than the change ripples through society. A most wonderful post!
Typically, the seemingly small, humble people in life typically have the biggest impact. “Why”? Usually because they are focused on selflessly doing good things for others and not aggrandizing themselves.