One of the first steps that I want to go into for meeting people where they are, one of the first tools is to leverage the network.

Leverage a powerful network. If you can do this, you can move people to take action. You can create a movement, right? Networks are at our disposal.

You’d be amazed in this book, Game Changers, how many people we were able to rally around village stability, nonprofit groups that specialized in dispute resolution, Navy Seals, State Department diplomats, agricultural specialists, U.S. Department of Agriculture, academics, and we built this whole eclectic circle around one thing, stabilizing rural villages. We disagreed on a ton of stuff, but this we agreed on. You can meet them where they are, but to do that you’ve got to leverage the power of the network.

Join me by the campfire and let’s build a powerful network,

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