Leadership isn’t an opportunity; it’s an obligation — a responsibility for every one of us.
We live in an age with the highest amount of opportunity.
A 14-year old boy in high-school can start an online skateboard shop. He can design his boards, contact suppliers through Alibaba and revolutionize the skateboard industry.
A 21-year old filmmaker can get creative on YouTube. He can film, create and build a community, all while making a living as a ‘youtuber.’ Living a more fulfilling life than the student who chose a major in accounting because the career is stable.
Never has a beginner artist had such an opportunity to build a career selling their art, teaching their craft, and building a community through social media.
Never has an entrepreneur had such access to manufactures and suppliers, through a worldwide infrastructure.
Never have there been so many tribes and communities led by young and old, with no past leadership experience, but love for the community, and a passion that unites them.
Never has any generation before you had the opportunity to lead like we do today.
Many young millennials are outshining Gen X in many leadership positions because we’ve been groomed and trained to look at the world as Global Citizens. See the world is full of abundance.
There is a tribe for every leader who seeks to create.
There is an opportunity for every person who wants to lead.
The opportunity is no longer in scarcity. Therefore leadership is no longer an opportunity.
It is a responsibility that we must all take to make our world a better place.
To create the impact we’ve dreamt of having.
To leave a dent in the universe.