3 Signs That You're Actually a Movement Maker

Okay, here's the thing. I believe anyone can start a movement. Yes, even you reading this.

 

Whether you'll run a movement that grows to includes a hundred thousand people or you'll create a movement that drastically changes the lives of twelve people in a deep way, you're called to create a movement for your brand.

 

It is not about size, it is about creating an experience for your audience, that transforms them and makes them an advocate for the work that you do. 

 

I want to let you know three signs to prove you that you're a movement maker. If you have one or all of these signs, then you got a movement to start, girl. And I am on a mission to help you do it well. Ready? Let's go. 

 

Sign #1: You have a message.

Do you have a message behind the work that you do? Is there something you want people to know more than anything else? More than your services or the scope of your work, if you have a message you want to share with the world, then you are a movement maker. Because every movement starts with a good message. 

 

Sign #2: You want to make a difference. 

You're not just in business for the million bucks or the status of doing your own thing, but you genuinely want to make a difference in people's lives. You want to make the world better and you want to serve people with your skills, knowledge and heart. Movements are so much about impact, so if you want to make a difference, you are in fact a movement maker. 

 

Sign #3: You love community. 

The biggest result of movement making is that you will naturally bring people together and so you gotta have a love for community. You gotta have a heart for people and investing your time and energy into building relationship. If you've already got a love for community, then I think you're so very primed to make a movement. 

 

Do any of these signs resonate with you? The point of this post was simply to prove to you that you are a movement maker, you can create a movement for your brand and in fact, you really should. 

 

Let's get to work.