Fellow travelers

If you don’t see yourself flying to South Korea, then you would never look for plane flights to South Korea. And if you never see yourself living in New York, then you wouldn’t think about leaving Utah.

It’s not for everyone. But it may be for you. And luckily, for a few others.

Find the others.

Find the others that are also enrolled in your journey to go to places you want to go.

Of course, I’m not just talking about literally traveling to South Korea. I’m also talking about applying to give a TED talk. Or going on a humanitarian mission in a third world country. Or starting a non-profit.

The places where people are scared to go, we talk about it, we dream about it, but not many of us actually find a way to do it.

One of the big misconceptions about change is that you need a lot of people (20% of the population) to get behind something (doing 80% of the word). But in fact, it is smaller than that. That change happens when a small group of people come together with a common goal (2% doing 98% of the work) to make something happen.

From fashion to epidemics, change happens when we can find the others.