It’s Too Easy to Skip Past the Day-to-Day Toil Involved with Making a Difference


“At the end of the day, it’s still the makers that matter most. Listening to the stories of entrepreneurs and instigators that have worked on causes for years and decades with little support or recognition is inspiring. When we listen to people’s stories, read about history, or look back at any sweeping changes, it’s too easy to skip past the day-to-day toil that’s involved along the way.”

[Taylor Davidson]

True innovation takes focus, commitment, and discipline. It also takes a support network who is unafraid to step behind the maker, entrepreneur, and visionary to lend a hand where appropriate. And that is just getting the plan in motion.

It takes perseverance, patience, diligence, enthusiasm, courage, ingenuity, and curiosity to bring big ideas to life over the long haul.

 

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