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[VIA EMAIL POST] FW: malaysiaHRonline: Do You Wanna Change The World.....

Excellent article that land into my email inbox today ...

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From: malaysiaHRonline@yahoogroups.com
[mailto:malaysiaHRonline@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Turbo Management
Consultancy Sdn Bhd
Sent: 12 January 2006 18:07

By Michael Angier

Mahatma Gandhi believed that we must be the
change we want to see in the world. This was well
demonstrated when he helped India gain its
independence. Gandhi was a revolutionary man, but
he accomplished India's emergence as a nation
without starting a revolution. In fact, he
advocated no violence. One of the most powerful
countries in the world yielded to the commitment
of one man and the dream of millions.

What change can we effect? What's the difference
we want to make in the world?
Gandhi said, "In a gentle way you can shake the
world." Here are some things to think about how
to do just that.

1. Know that all significant change throughout
history has occurred not because of nations,
armies, governments and certainly not committees.
They happened as a result of the courage and
commitment of individuals. People like Joan of
Ark, Albert Einstein, Clara Barton, Abraham
Lincoln, Thomas Edison and Rosa Parks. They might
not have done it alone, but they were, without
question, the change makers.

2. Believe that you have a unique purpose and
potential in the world. It's not so much
something to create as to be discovered. And it's
up to you to discover it. Believe that you can
and will make a difference.

3. Recognize that everything you do, every step
you take, every sentence you write, every word
you speak or DON'T speak-- counts. Nothing is
trivial. The world may be big, but there are no
small things. Everything matters.

4. To be the change you want to see in the world,
you don't have to be loud. You don't have to be
eloquent. You don't have to be elected. You don't
even have to be particularly smart or well
educated. You do, however, have to be committed.

5. Take personal responsibility. Never think that
"it's not my job". It's a cop-out to say, "What
can I do, I'm only one person." You don't need
everyone's cooperation or anyone's permission to
make changes. Remember this little gem, "If it's
to be, it's up to me."

6. Don't get caught up in the how of things. If
you're clear on what you want to change and why
you want to change it, the how will come. Many
significant things have been left undone because
someone let the problem solving interfere with
the decision-making.

7. Don't wait for things to be right in order to
begin. Change is messy. Things will never be just
right. Follow Teddy Roosevelt's timeless advice,
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you

8. The genesis for change is awareness. We cannot
change what we don't acknowledge. Most of the
time, we aren't aware of what's wrong or what's
not working. We don't see what could be. By
becoming more aware, we begin the process of

9. Take to heart these words from Albert
Einstein--arguably one of the smartest change
masters who ever lived: "All meaningful and
lasting change starts first in your imagination
and then works its way out. Imagination is more
important than knowledge."

10. In order for things to change, YOU have to
change. We can't change others; we can only
change ourselves. However, when WE change, it
changes everything. And in doing so, we truly can
be the change we want to see in the world.

Inscribed on the tomb of an Anglican Bishop in
Westminster Abby (1100 A.D.)

When I was young and free and my imagination had
no limits, I dreamed of changing the world. As I
grew older and wiser, I discovered the world
would not change, so I shortened my sights
somewhat and decided to change only my country.
But it, too, seemed immovable.

As I grew into my twilight years, in one last
desperate attempt, I settled for changing only my
family, those closest to me, but alas, they would
have none of it. And now, as I lie on my
deathbed, I suddenly realize: If I had only
changed myself first, then by example I would
have changed my family.

>From their inspiration and encouragement, I would
then have been able to better my country, and who
knows, I may have even changed the world.

Since this list was inspired by Gandhi's belief,
it seems appropriate to end with another of his
quotes: "Consciously or unconsciously, every one
of us does render some service or other. If we
cultivate the habit of doing this service
deliberately, our desire for service will
steadily grow stronger and we will make not only
our own happiness, but that of the world at

Best Regards,
S Muru
Managing Director
Turbo Management Consultancy Sdn Bhd,
My Profile: www.malaysiaHRonline.com/muru.htm


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