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Embracing the Approach

You can defeat hopelessness through empathy, compassion, ingenuity, and innovation.
Poverty is complicated. Addressing it doesn't have to be.

When you're resigned, isolated, and afraid, you have almost no hope. You need a win! You need to try something that does not require significant time or capital investment. BUT IT NEEDS TO WORK. So start with things you already have but look at them in new ways. Think outside the box!

Rekindling hope is not about an overnight solution. Small wins lead to big wins. Equipping people to think differently is a key first step. Wood that is soaking wet needs to dry out. Then once it is dry, it can catch a spark. Through an intentional process even the smallest ember can be fanned into the hottest flame if it is cared for across all four forms of poverty.
Awareness: Giving people new eyes to see their circumstances, surroundings, and situations. Inspiring them with new ideas and innovative concepts. Breaking apart and dispelling the lies that people have been telling themselves.

Training: Equipping people to implement dynamic and practical tools. Instilling disciplines for success. Asking questions instead of giving answers to stimulate critical thinking.

Coaching: Journeying with people as they begin to experience success and encouraging them in their struggles as they grow and learn. Fostering a culture of continuous and lifelong learning. Incorporating accountability for the disciplines learned from training. Asking more questions, giving fewer answers.

Mentoring: Committing to walk alongside someone for a long period of time to champion their success. Relating at deep levels across all spans of life.
"Go to the people. Live with them. Learn from them. Love them. Start with what they know. Build with what they have. But with the best leaders, the people will say, 'We have done this ourselves.'" - Lao Tzu

Equipping people to lead and multiply

A movement exists because of rapid multiplication. The only way to launch and sustain exponential impact is through intentional leadership development. Strong, good, and healthy leaders are essential because they bear and cast vision, but that's not all: they also "walk the walk" so others can follow. People will only emulate things that are proven to work. When capable implementers begin to teach, people listen because it's been proven with their lives.

A keen eye must always be on the lookout to identify and hone in on leadership potential. The more time, effort, and energy are spent pouring into leaders instead of followers, the sooner that a tipping point is reached.

A multitude can become aware. A group can be trained. A small selection can be coached. The few with greatest potential can be mentored.

You can only mentor someone who has been coached. You can only coach someone who has been trained. You can only train someone who is aware.

Finally, those who are mentored can then begin the entire process again within their own spheres of influence to widen the reach, spread the impact, and multiply the results. As they do, more and more people begin this multiplication journey. People are excited to dive deeper, and the movement has taken on a life of its own.
THAT'S HOW WORLD CHANGERS ARE IGNITED

Embracing the Approach

You can defeat hopelessness through empathy, compassion, ingenuity, and innovation.
Poverty is complicated. Addressing it doesn't have to be.

When you're resigned, isolated, and afraid, you have almost no hope. You need a win! You need to try something that does not require significant time or capital investment. BUT IT NEEDS TO WORK. So start with things you already have but look at them in new ways. Think outside the box!

Rekindling hope is not about an overnight solution. Small wins lead to big wins. Equipping people to think differently is a key first step. Wood that is soaking wet needs to dry out. Then once it is dry, it can catch a spark. Through an intentional process even the smallest ember can be fanned into the hottest flame if it is cared for across all four forms of poverty.
Awareness: Giving people new eyes to see their circumstances, surroundings, and situations. Inspiring them with new ideas and innovative concepts. Breaking apart and dispelling the lies that people have been telling themselves.

Training: Equipping people to implement dynamic and practical tools. Instilling disciplines for success. Asking questions instead of giving answers to stimulate critical thinking.

Coaching: Journeying with people as they begin to experience success and encouraging them in their struggles as they grow and learn. Fostering a culture of continuous and lifelong learning. Incorporating accountability for the disciplines learned from training. Asking more questions, giving fewer answers.

Mentoring: Committing to walk alongside someone for a long period of time to champion their success. Relating at deep levels across all spans of life.
"Go to the people. Live with them. Learn from them. Love them. Start with what they know. Build with what they have. But with the best leaders, the people will say, 'We have done this ourselves.'" - Lao Tzu

Equipping people to lead and multiply

A movement exists because of rapid multiplication. The only way to launch and sustain exponential impact is through intentional leadership development. Strong, good, and healthy leaders are essential because they bear and cast vision, but that's not all: they also "walk the walk" so others can follow. People will only emulate things that are proven to work. When capable implementers begin to teach, people listen because it's been proven with their lives.

A keen eye must always be on the lookout to identify and hone in on leadership potential. The more time, effort, and energy are spent pouring into leaders instead of followers, the sooner that a tipping point is reached.

A multitude can become aware. A group can be trained. A small selection can be coached. The few with greatest potential can be mentored.

You can only mentor someone who has been coached. You can only coach someone who has been trained. You can only train someone who is aware.

Finally, those who are mentored can then begin the entire process again within their own spheres of influence to widen the reach, spread the impact, and multiply the results. As they do, more and more people begin this multiplication journey. People are excited to dive deeper, and the movement has taken on a life of its own.
THAT'S HOW WORLD CHANGERS ARE IGNITED
  
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