Today is one of exhilaration and nerves.
Why am I exhilarated? Because I have launched the #80DaysofChange campaign which is intended to inspire and empower people to take positive action to change others, their organisation and themselves.
Why am I nervous? Because whilst I know what I want to achieve, I don’t know what will happen, and I will also need change, to take risks and do things that I’ve never done before!
Any change has to begin with two things; a choice and then an action. I made a choice that I wanted to start an online campaign to accompany the launch of the book that I’ve written: the ‘Empower Change’ guide. I could spend a couple weeks perfecting a plan and enrolling partners in the campaign before its public launch. Or I could just start.
I’ll be honest, I’m not 100% sure what #80DaysofChange will look like by the time it finishes in 16 weeks. However I’m trusting my instincts that by stepping into the unknown something will be created that is valuable.
What inspires #80DaysofChange?
It is a campaign to empower people to take positive action to change, inspired by two quotes: Ghandi’s “Be the change you wish to see in the world” and Goethe’s “Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it; Boldness has genius, power and magic in it”.
Where will #80DaysofChange happen?
This is a multi-platform campaign. There will be tweets, Linkedin and 2Degrees posts, a survey, workshops, book launches, press releases, chats over coffee, webinars and more
When will #80DaysofChange start/finish?
The campaign is running on every weekday from 27th March to 17th July
Who is leading #80DaysofChange?
The campaign is being led by Adam Woodhall, supported by the team at Carbon Smart.
Why should I join #80DaysofChange?
Join the campaign because you are feeling empowered to make change in your organisation. Changing others will also mean changing yourself, so join me a journey of personal and organisational discovery.
How do I get involved in #80DaysofChange?
The campaign will only work for you if you get involved. To get involved follow our blog, Twitter or LinkedIn, fill out the survey, apply to come to the book launch and contribute to the conversation and learning.