What would you do to change the world?

Kel sent me this video from The Story of Stuff Project, and we wanted to share it with you.

Don’t freak out. You don’t have to ditch all your stuff or marinate in environmental guilt if you watch it. It’s The Story of Change (so you can see why it applies here).

If you are reading this in email, click here to see the video.

After watching the video, I wanted to ask all of you two questions:

What kind of change maker are you? The Story of Stuff lists 6 kinds: Investigator, Communicator, Builder, Nurturer, Networker, and Resistor. Do you identify with one or more of these? Is there another way you’d describe how you approach change?

What change is most important to YOU? Maybe green environmental issues aren’t the ones catching your attention. What is? What change would you bring about in our world?

Let’s talk about it in the comments!

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2 Responses to What would you do to change the world?

  1. fran says:

    I’m a net worker (translation GLUE)I thought this was thought provoking. I now realize why change is so slow at home. I’m dealing with resisters and I can’t move forward until we are all working together. I need new strategies.

    • Tracy Richardson says:

      I’m glad you found a way to apply that info to your life right this minute, Fran! Hope that in the long term it spares you some frustration. :)

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