Have you ever discovered a truth that you knew for certain would improve the world — if only more people knew?
Have you ever excitedly gushed to friends and family about the life-altering knowledge you’ve experienced first hand, only to be met with polite nods?
How do you influence change? How do you share the gift of knowledge you’ve assimilated?
Lynn Fang of Upcycled Love has recently put together a beautiful ebook about inspiring change. I was honored to be invited to contribute to this compilation of the ways in which over 25 change makers have inspired change.
If you’ve ever discovered a truth you’re dying to share with the world — or just your friends and family — this ebook will inspire you to share your message in a way that elicits the change you’re trying to create.
Inspiring Change is a free ebook that I’m excited to share with you — not just because I contributed — but because I believe you’ll deeply enjoy the message it conveys.
The past year has transformed my life. Kirk and I have paid off all of our consumer debts, and as a family we’ve seriously minimized our possessions. The results have been so positive that I’ve wanted to share our experience with as many people as possible.
Doing this in a way that’s helpful — rather than preachy — isn’t always simple. And I don’t always get it right. But I’ve gauged what’s effective and what’s not by others’ reactions to the way in which I deliver the information I wish to share.
Lynn’s ebook truly captures the best way to inspire and share new ideas with those around you by sharing the actual ways in which individuals have successfully inspired change.
I hope you check it out. And I hope you’re having a great holiday season so far.
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