One Life With A Simple Message

How Do You Change the World?

How Do You Change the World?

What will you do with your time here? This week we celebrate the birth of a man who did more in three years than all of us will do in a lifetime. I challenge you to take time to reflect and decide what you’re going to do to make a difference in your community. If this year’s tragedies have done anything, they should remind us that we never know when we will be called home. We all live for a limited time.

What we do with it is up to us. Make the commitment to get more involved in others’ lives. Take time to share your unique gifts with the world. Don’t be afraid to step into your own greatness. The world will be led by people who do things, not by the people who think about it. Be willing to make mistakes. None of us were ever perfect when we started out on our unique paths. We always do the best we can in the moment. These moments add up to our lifetime. Invest your time to create the world you want.

Have a Merry Christmas this year. Enjoy your time with family and friends as we have much to do in the coming year.

About the Author

Tripp Braden partners with financial and advisory services clients to create an anticipatory strategy and mindset. By leveraging people and technology he breaks down barriers to combine planning and innovation in a way that increases profits and accelerates sales results.
He’s a growth strategist and internationally recognized Sage Global Business Expert and IBM Futurist who turns strategy into implementable business development activities for increasing market share, revenue, and profits. He has proven success seeing the big picture and creating new market opportunities.
Tripp can be contacted at or send him an invite on LinkedIn. You can find Tripp’s other blog at Market Leadership Journal.

Tripp Braden – who has written posts on Empowering Serving Advisors.

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