If you have attended one of my classes, then you likely recognize this photo of my son, Teddy, and a few of his first steps with his new forearm crutches. I tell the students in my class that if Teddy can struggle past all the limitations imposed by his spina bifida and still manage to joyfully trot away from his mother at the county fair to reach his desired destination (aka the cow barn), then you can at least try to make the changes you want in the world. Right?
Why not try to do something important this week.
Drive a change that matters.
Take that first step.
It is “the one on which depends the rest of our days.”