Are there really just five steps to being a world changer? Ya, I am with you if your thinking that no one can really claim to distill a life-long process into a handful of steps. Trust me, I don’t make that claim either!
However, after years of studying people who are making a difference in their homes, communities and world I can honestly say there are a few parts of this process, that without fail, I’ve noticed everyone go through at some point or another.
I want to help you become more fully alive and find your best role as a world changer. But it might take your whole life to find your best role! Or, if you get there early on, it might morph a time or twenty in the following years!
In other words, I can’t guide you to a perfect purpose, calling, roadmap, or Life Map to define who you are and what you should be forever. (Come’on guys, I’m not God . . . and every time I try to be we’re all in trouble!)
But I do believe that gauging yourself in these five steps will help you see yourself within the process a little better. What matters most is if you are moving forward in these five steps.
So, without further ado, here are your five steps to being a world changer!
Five Steps To Being A World Changer
How Do You Move Forward as a World Changer?
Of course, that is about as simple as it gets. No details. What are the pitfalls? How do you move forward?
If you’d like to really get into it, I speak on this and do virtual workshops on walking through this process too!
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