Be Accountable to Each Other. Dismiss Cynicism

“The problems of the world cannot possibly be solved by skeptics or cynics whose horizons are limited by the obvious realities. We need men who can dream of things that never were.”
– John F. Kennedy

It is unfortunate that we do not yet see what must be clear before real change will happen. By taking from others, regardless of who they are, it affects us all. We are all connected in this world. When we all do well, we prosper together, when we don’t we suffer together. If we want greatness, hold ourselves and each other accountable. Build a world we want, in our personal lives and in our business. Treat each other with the respect you crave and need and we can accomplish profound greatness.

Sure there is will instances when folks fall, we are human, but I believe in the beauty that all good is possible when we are centered on that goal. I encourage you to not look at what is wrong and jump on the band wagon but rather encourage and innovate to create a better business environment. Cynics are a dime a dozen…and I know we are not pedestrian.

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    1. Thanks Anita! You and I are part of the movement. Spread the word! Today’s post talks about taking care of each other…especially in business. Would love your thoughts.

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