Everyone needs a hero. Someone who will inspire them to reach for their dreams, set them free from their fears, and lead them to a new way of living. But only a few people ever dare to become heroes themselves because…

  • being a hero requires tons of hard work and thinking
  • it is difficult to live by a standard and be wholeheartedly focused on it for the rest of one’s life

But this world would not have been a better place that it is now if not for the brave, noble few who walked on the road less travelled.

If you want to be a hero on your own right…a world changer — even only first in your own world…read on. If not, STOP HERE, because this lofty goal is not for the faint-hearted and the lazy ones.

Portrait of a boy with the map of the world painted on his face.

No matter what people group you belong to, whether you’re a student, single, married or widowed, this article will benefit you as every area of society needs to be permeated with positive change.

Here are good habits to develop and grow old with for every catalyst of change…

0.) Turn to God and trust Him to make things happen. It’s wiser to commit your plans to the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End of all things because you can only impact a lasting change to the extent of His permissive will. He can empower you to make that change and He knows the ultimate best for you and  your goals.

1.)   Read extensively. The more area of interest you delve with, the better exposed and receptive to new ideas you become. To understand more what I mean, here’s a list of books I have read and here are the Top 10 Reasons Why I Love reading.

2.)   Travel far and wide. Nothing beats exploring new frontiers to get you out of the rut of routine. After each journey, you’ll come back to your daily grind inspired and energized. Exposing yourself to new living and working conditions, including social events, gives you fresh ideas that you can adopt and apply for your personal, family or contacts network’s benefit. Travelling makes you…

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