World-Changers Have These 12 Traits … How Many Do You Have?

Wanna change the world? Go for it! Start by changing yourself. Here’s how.

Not changing the world quite how you want to yet? That’s ok. There’s still time.

But if you haven’t already been changing the world, chances are you’ll have to make a few changes.

This vid tells you where to get started.

They talk about courage… creativity and excellence.

They talk about being confrontational, and willingness to challenge the status quo. Gee, who would have guessed that changing the world might take throwing a Sacred Cow or two on the Barbeque?

They talk about whether being ‘flawed’ really does disqualify you.

They even cover some things that may not be as obvious.


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Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):

Why be average? It’s so overrated.

Everyone does that.

You need to Do Epic Sh-t.

If you don’t think so, add some more meat to your diet and read this while you wait for your steak to grill:

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