Your Influence Means More Than You Think

If you are affecting just one person than your impact is more than you think it is. You never know who is watching, so that video you posted on social media will be watched by people you never knew about. Think about how things go viral. You make a video and post it online. Your friends see it and show their friends, who like it and show their friends and the cycle continues. It’s the same concept with life. All of the information from our grandparents came from life experience, which we turn into our own life experience and pass it along to our kids and so forth. Your wise words and actions will affect generations of your family without you even knowing it.

With that said the point is to make better decisions. Really think about the lasting legacy you will leave behind. Think about what your kids see and what your future family will be told of you. Great advice is not that hard to come by, imagine how easy it is to get bad advice. We need better leaders, and the quickest way for that to happen is for the younger generation to develop that leadership as early as possible. Do not make the mistake of thinking you have enough time. Make it happen NOW! Get better every day.

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2 thoughts on “Your Influence Means More Than You Think

  1. Hi Marquis,
    Did you reblog Danny Ray’s How to Network Your Blog? That was nice of you. That’s how I found you.
    Congratulations on being Danny Ray’s featured blogger from the Dream Big, Dream Often site. I was his featured blogger too!
    Maybe you can check out my site if you need a blogging tip or two. That’s what I write about. I brought you the link to my About page, so you can read more about what my blog can do for you.
    Like Danny, I also have many networking events each month where you could meet new readers.

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