Why do you do the things you do?
You should have some ideas about this! Speed without direction doesn’t get you anywhere except a crash.
How do you do the things you do?
You should have some philosophy about this too. Some guiding principles about how you show up, so others can orient around you and support.
These ideas should be codified. Write them down. Call them a manifesto or not, this list, whether shared or hidden in your journal (or your head) is your own call to action, where your individual genius can make (all) the difference. It allows others to know you; and to ask for your help.
- Decide what is important to change
- Select the right topic
- Start conversing
- Write it down!
- Act according to it
- Refine it
- Pair it to your skills
- Create some guiding principles
- Start a movement around it
- Organize and execute.
This manifesto is the Disorganizer’s thinking advantage.
This Much We Know.