Derek Sivers: How to start a movement

By Applied Change

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In this excellent and funny TED short TED video Derek Sivers shows how a movement can be created. Worth keeping in mind when we’re trying to energise a change and it helps to explain how one person can trigger a global phenomenon. Whenever we think we’re too small or insignificant to make a change, it’s also worth remembering there are plenty of historical examples to inspire us such as Rosa Parks, Mahatma Ghandi, Nelson Mandela and, more recently, Greta Thunberg to name just a few.

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