Great ideas get lost if they’re not shared.
A single idea has the power to ripple across the planet. That’s the promise and potential at the core of every TEDxJacksonville talk. Because of technological advances, ideas can instantly cross international boundaries and fundamentally transform discussions about crime and justice, economics, education, politics—anything and everything about which people are passionate.
But that won’t happen unless we make sharing and acting upon these ideas a priority. As Seth Goden said, “An idea that just sits there is worthless.”
We don’t have to wait for great ideas to spread organically, or hope that they accidentally become part of a viral discussion. We can plan for it, optimize it, and make it happen. Here’s how you can help:
Stop being neutral. If something moves you, embrace it fully. Stand behind the idea, and stand up for it.
Get personal. Reach out to your personal, professional and social networks, urging them to join you in promoting meaningful change on the issues you care about.