Sandra Dillon: September 16, 2017
Margaret Mead said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.” I would add, “Never underestimate the power of one.” It only takes one to make a difference—a hero—an every-day person who gives a part of his life to something bigger than himself.
To be a hero one must ask the question: “What can I give?” The answer lives in the difference between what is and what can be. People rise up by lifting up others. The truth—the world needs more of you and your unique gifts. People ask, “How and what can I give?” People tap into their “power of one” by answering the following questions:
- Who am I?
- What can I do for others?
Heroism is unveiled in action. Where can you mentor, teach, help, encourage, and inspire? Heroism is like a boomerang. The boomerang flies across the horizon only to return to its sender. Heroes are motivated to give but find they get even more in return. In the process of giving, you may just create your best life ever—one that can be described as:
- A life worth living
- One with purpose
- One with love and laughter
- With significance
What will you do 1 year, 5 years, or 10 years from today?
About the Author: Sandra Dillon is a professional coach with an extensive background in leadership and premarital/marriage coaching. She coaches individuals and couples as well as designs and facilitates workshops. She has a passion to help people be the best versions of themselves. You can learn more about Sandra by visiting her website at www.shinecrossingsministry.com.