“The strategy for changing the world is not large meetings; it is small groups that are committed to intensive transformation.” In the story of Jesus and his disciples, when he fed the multitude, after the miracle, 70 people decided to follow him.
Jesus was not excited as he should, but instead, he was wary. This is because not everyone was interested in putting in work to make a change happen. Many of them were interested in the benefits and the fact that they would get free food.
This philosophy applies to personal leadership. To achieve change and transformation, all that is needed is a small group of like-minded individuals who truly want to achieve that change. Too many cooks spoil the broth. You do not need a lot of people to make positive change happen.
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