Taking Leadership in Planting Seeds of Kindess to Make the World a Better Place

Taking Leadership in Planting Seeds of Kindess to Make the World a Better Place

It is easy to get distracted by the negativity in the world today. Instantaneous access to information and constantly monitoring social media feeds can make life feel overwhelming. Why is so much of what we see and read about despair,
violence and hatred? We need to share more of the positive things that are happening around us, so where do we start?

‍There is a saying ‘you can solve world hunger by feeding one person at a time’. At seedership, we believe that small actions can lead to larger change, and change begins when individuals take leadership in planting seeds of improvement and nurturing them to grow. It only takes one person to start a movement to help make the world a better place. And we believe that person can be you! So, we started a blog, and this company, to help do just that.

‍This blog is for you if you want to make the world a better place by doing two things:

‍1. Make yourself better – In order to make the world a better place, we must start with ourselves. I wake up every morning and look in the mirror at my biggest obstacle. Lack of focus, self-doubt, external influences all impact how we see ourselves and approach our goals. We will share some of our stories about self-growth, starting a business and general observations of the world we live in.

‍2. See and do more good in the world – So much air time is given to all the negative things happening around us. It feels like we have lost the balance of also recognizing the good around us. We will share and highlight more of the good happening in our communities and how that good is helping plant seeds of improvement.

‍We believe that the world needs to see more kindness and appreciation. And we believe that you can be a big part of it. We hope you agree and follow us, so together we can plant seeds of change to make the world a better place.

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