The Change Starts With the Man in the Mirror

The Change Starts With the Man in the Mirror

mirrorIn the past few years so many people have asked, “How can we change the world for the better?” With our new tools of social media like Facebook posts, Twitter feeds (preaching, as I call it), change is happening. You see it in changed topics at dinner tables and parties.

Our world has become focused on the politics of change. We have all starting thinking globally. But there is one point we have forgotten; it’s the one thing that a successful entrepreneur must never forget.

 

Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself. ~Leo Tolstoy

 

The world will never change if we do not first look in the mirror and find that change we need to make first. The Michael Jackson song was such an eye opener. Change starts with the man in the mirror.

If you are working hard but making no progress as an entrepreneur the first place you must start is that man in the mirror. What changes are needed to make your world better? If you could make that change and then find a way to help the world do the same, you will become a successful entrepreneur.

What will you do with this information? Do not walk away and say, “Wow, that sounds good” without making the commitment to start applying the words you read in this blog. Then I will have done my job to help change the man in my mirror, and help the world change.

RockStar  Tim Gillette I’m Tim Gillette, the Rocker Life Coach. It’s time to live your dream, find what you love to do and become highly profitable doing it. Are you ready to make changes to rock your 2013?

One Reply to “The Change Starts With the Man in the Mirror”

  1. The Tolstoy quote says so much. Years ago I noticed that we are great at deciding on what other people should do to make their lives better. Of course, it wasn’t to their face…. The Everlast song “What its like” really made me think about our actions. You don’t know what the other people are going through, so until you do – don’t assume that they are incompetent.

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