“Think Big and don't listen to people who tell you it can't be done. Life's too short to think small.” Timothy Ferriss, author and entrepreneur
What can you really do? You can change the world! That may sound scary, but it starts by showing up, taking action, making your voice heard.
At Spark Growth - we start by showing up. It's funny how much success in life comes simply by showing up. If you don't show up, you don’t get to play.
We take action. Thinking big doesn't mean you have to start big - by starting small and building trust, you can do bigger things. You may have heard the old adage, “How do you eat an elephant?” And the answer is, “One bite at a time.”
Read our post on 5 Often Overlooked Issues That Can Keep You from Reaching Your Goals.
We participate in the conversation. This is the conversation of collaboration, asking "What Could We Do Together?"
By thinking big, you can reach for your ultimate. Your Massive Transformative Purpose is the higher, aspirational purpose of your organization. With your MTP big enough to rally around, it inspires and it moves people and hearts. Start small, build trust by doing little things, and move forward toward BIG!
A Massive Transformative Purpose (MTP) is the higher, aspirational purpose of the organization, capturing the hearts and minds of those both inside and (especially) outside of the organization. (Don’t miss this video about MTP)
“Most people overestimate what they can do in two years and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” Bill Gates, entrepreneur and philanthropist
After years of working across business, technology, education, funding, community, government, arts and non-profit sectors; we at Spark Growth aren't constrained by the silos that many people live and work in. Our global context and consortium of thought leaders provides us with a unique vantage point for creative problem solving. At Spark Growth we Think Big, and we can show you how too.
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled, and that has made all the difference." Robert Frost, poet