Think about the things that you have been consistent with over the past 6 weeks. What have you been able to do without adults telling you to do it?
The above photo is something we have not been able to be consistent with. Starting a movement is a powerful way to make the most simplest things consistent. It’s the thing we just do because we know it helps make things run smoothly and work.
Watch this video on starting a movement. It takes one person to start a movement. Leaders are important. We all need to leaders. But, we also need followers too. If there is no one following, then would we have any leaders? No! And if we had no leaders would we have any one following? No! Leaders and followers need each other to make a team work!
Make a comment about the video. What movement would you like to start to make your life and the people around you easier to learn. What can you do so that others will see what you are doing and follow you?
Example: I want to start a movement by always having my bubble catcher with me and have people notice that I am always using it to record my thinking and organize my “to do” list. I mostly like to be a leader because I know what needs to be done and I just get on with it. I consider myself to be a wise person and people look up to me. I do sometimes lead when I am unsure about something. I then watch and listen to others and learn from them that way.
Do you like to lead or follow or both? Why?