How to Start a Movement
1. Have the Guts to Stand Out
Speak up, stand out, and go against the grain.
2. Embrace Your First Follower as an Equal
The first follower shows everyone else how to follow. Now It’s no longer about the leader, it’s about the cause. The first follower is what transforms a lone nut into a leader.
3. Welcome your friends, and their friends
Once you gain momentum you have a movement.
This wisdom was adapted from this Ted Talk for this blog post by Aaron Aslin. Aaron is an entrepreneur, amateur philosopher, and blogger. He uses his background in marketing to bring people to ideas that inspire, motivate, and create purpose in their lives. You can follow him @aaronaslin and facebook.com/aaronaslin