Nov 232012
 

The Movement, as a group and as a concept, has made me better. Fact.

I think better.
I move better.
I feel better.
I communicate better.
I care better.
I am better at getting better.

I can serve the things that are important to me in a better way.

I am better to my body.
I am better to my mind.
I am better to my wife.
I am better to my daughter.
I am better to (most) people I know.
I am better to people I don’t know.

But I can’t make everything better.

There will always be important things that need improving that I will not be engaged in doing so.

I want to create a better gym/fitness centre in Perth, because I am passionate.
It has become somewhat of “my area”, with my interests and engagement.
But…

We will need better schools.
We will need better medicine and hospitals.
We will need better environmental practices.
We will need better mental care.
We will need better governments.
We will need better philosophers.

We will need better everywhere.

The Movement principles and practice teaches you to get better at better. It teaches it well.
I want you to embrace The Movement’s behaviours, because I want you to make your passions better.

As a race and society, we depend on each other, whether we like it or not.
Lets all get better so we all have better around us.
Because better breeds better.
And if you’re not getting better, you’re getting worse.

  2 Responses to “What I hope The Movement achieves long-term”

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  1. One of the hardest parts in truly understanding the Movement principle(s) is also saying who may be ready for our better?

    Because in many ways we are something that may be beyond their limits, as much as they may be beyond ours.

    • Agreed.
      “Question Everything” is all very grand, but to many it is overly so; intimidatingly so. Or even just too vague!

      Connecting with some people in useful ways will always be beyond my limits, I’m sure, hence the need to increase uptake and Spread The Ideavirus ala Godin, right? (Reference may be incorrect; gleaned in passing, not in study, haha.)

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