It's time to change the world

Motto of the day

Topic of the day:
We need more people to work for a world worth living in.


Today I share with you:

We need more do-gooders

Change the world; the world needs it.

Bertolt Brecht

We need people who are committed to a world worth living in


What are you waiting for? You don’t have to be a Jedi to make a difference. It doesn’t take Midi-Chlorians to stand up for the world. In the words of George Bernhard Shaw, “The best reformers the world has ever seen are those who commence on themselves.”

Some people wrongly confuse naggers and do-gooders. Naggers are dissatisfied victims who feel exposed to the circumstances. Do-gooders see injustice and potential. They are prepared to commit themselves, to shape, to act. Where others are still discussing the question of guilt, a do-gooder is already turning the wheel and moving things for the better. Many of them prefer to forego public attention unless it serves the set task.




Be a do-gooder and find support


Together with other experts, I support do-gooders also honorary. You find information in the article Are you a do-gooder? Make the world a better place.

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May you live all the days of your life. Jonathan Swift

This article is a short excerpt from the more comprehensive course materials my clients receive in a group or individual training or coaching.

Published: March 2, 2007
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: August 19, 2019
Translation: August 19, 2019
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