You know deep in your bones you were born to lead change.
You see disparity, inequality and unnecessary suffering and it pisses you the fuck off.
You see solutions to complex problems and wonder why the fuck no one is doing anything to implement them.
The thing is, what's obvious to you ISN'T obvious to the old white guy who's probably making the decisions.
Friend: THIS is the change YOU were born to make!!! (Yes, you.)
Because of your knowledge, skills, abilities and lived experience you are absolutely capable and primed for action.
People need you to step the fuck up NOW, to lead the change you were born to make.
Changemakers are prone to burnout, exhaustion and overwhelm. But it doesn't have to be this way.
We need to be fit to fight and fit to lead.
It's possible to sustainably fight the good fight.
This is the work I do with my clients...
Anger is the breaking point. Anger tells us our boundaries are being crossed.
The thing about boundaries…They aren’t telling others what to do, how to change. They’re about what WE will do personally when our boundaries are violated. (This is as true for our personal relationships as it is for social inequality.)
You’re angry because your moral and ethical values are being violated, and that shit just ain’t right.
What will you do with your anger?
Will you continue to be angry and not take action?
Or will you get the fuck up and become part of the change?