Sometimes a piece of writing is so powerful in its elegance that it stops you in your tracks.
In a recent Harvard Business Review post, Umair Haque, wrote one of those pieces. It is a powerful call to action for anyone working to make the world a better place. The piece is called, How to Fix Your Soul. I’d strongly encourage you to read it in its entirety, but wanted to share this:
“I don’t want a revolution. I want a million tiny revolutions. Awakenings to the heart-stopping commandment life gives to the living: to believe in life. Weary and directionless in the desert we may be — yet, the future, a sunlit ocean, never ceases singing. Sometimes, all we have to do is listen.”
Which he follows with this:
“Each and every one of us is a leader. Some of us just don’t know it yet.”
Which mini-revolution are you, or will you, lead?