If there’s one thing I wish to see more of in the world, it would be kindness.
The small-voiced community are the utmost experts on kindness because we’ve been gentle creatures all our lives, with rooted desire to find more people just like us.
We thrive off finding personal moments of blissfulness. We stick together and give a helping hand to those who need it. We empathize quickly and are an introspective species.
Though our voices may be small (and sometimes unheard), kindness is our super power.
Big change doesn’t happen without tiny actions backing it up. The secret sauce? In Darren Hardy’s book, The Compound Effect, the following is the secret to creating change:
repeated action over time = impact
That’s it. One action, over a long period of time (weeks, months, years) creates the change we seek to make. Whether it be gaining confidence, finding your presentation voice, creating better work, forming new friendships, or gathering people for a sketchbook club, it takes time to get the momentum rolling into an unstoppable snowball of impact.
So, don’t give up and keep at your small everyday actions. One day in the future, they’ll pile up into a big mountain (:
Great news *phew*: the world doesn’t revolve around us.
The world has better and bigger things to do. This isn’t to make you feel insignificant, but rather to make you feel like you can do it (because nobody is watching).