How To Change The World

By Jason Moffatt | Personal Development

May 09

How To Change The World


About the Author

Jason Moffatt is a former private detective turned internet marketer who uses his skills of keen observation and deductive reasoning to pinpoint the easiest paths to success online. He’s passionate about helping entrepreneurs in the health & wellness field along with those in the personal development space. Jason believes we’re all a work in progress and that each day presents an opportunity to be a little be better than the last.

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  • mark says:

    Hi Moe. I guess we shouldn’t be out to change the world so much as to just help others, which in turn hopefully changes your thinking. If we focus on making a buck we aren’t seeing the big picture.

    Don’t focus inward and don’t be pissed off at things in our lives.Why? It does no good. Help someone. I help musicians and that’s my aim in life.

    You’ve changed my thinking Moe. Thank you.


  • Jason,

    Sometimes changing yourself happens WHEN you try to change the world. Perhaps changing the world is a step in changing yourself.

    Case in point.

    I just came back from a week long trip in Kenya with Armand, Russell Brunson, Mark Jenny and a few other guys. We helped to build a school there.

    The process of doing that made a HUGE difference in all of our lives and helped to improve us individually as people.

    I would tell people, don’t wait till you think you’re ready to help change the world. Just go out and start doing something and it will help change you.

    But to your point, in a marriage especially, changing and improving yourself, DEFINITELY helps to change other people’s lives (i.e. your spouse and kids).

    Glad I stopped by.

    • That’s a great perspective David. Thanks for sharing. And congrats on such a meaningful trip. Sounds like it will be a memory that will stick around for you and others for a very long time.

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