Sunday, January 3, 2010

2010 and The Focus Forward Project

There is power in that simple sentiment, in a quote, that we the people of this world, are being relied upon to make changes in the world now for the existence tomorrow. Those who need to make the change are those who want to make the change, who don't speak of doom or gloom, as a skeptic or cynic would, but instead to make a change there needs to be a belief there can be change. There needs to be action in that objective, by people with similar focus on actual progress not digression simply because they chose to believe the skeptics or cynics.

via Home Of Knatchwa - Posterously Speaking
As 2010 begins, there are thoughts, and thinking back to days before, ideas before, that when we the people elected Barack Obama we did it for the particular idea that there was change, we needed it and he jumped on it and begun the process, speaking to it extensively. And for that we the people decided to elect him the President of these United States.

Still even today, it is a necessity beyond compare, that we as the people and the individuals who are responsible to take action on improving the environment we live in for the next generation. The idea behind Focus Forward, was to be a pad to progress, helping people live their best life. Today it continues that legacy, the difference is that with a new year beginning, many set resolutions, to make their life better, but I ask you what resolutions have you set to help the environment beyond yourself?

As focusing forward is not only a personal journey but it is one that should be duplicated, in making this world the best we can by making a difference and taking steps to progress, to enhance living, by decreasing our Carbon Footprint, doing our small part to improve society as it is today. Focusing forward is beyond just a personal event focusing forward is similar to paying it forward, that as you are living your best life help others to do the same, by being a paradigm shifter, by setting new habits and teaching how it was done. To teach is to do and to do is to live life fully by changing old habits for new ones.

How will you make a difference in the society today? Will you take the time to make a difference or will just continue on with the Mono-Chromatic views of life without purpose?

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