GOOD Citizens


The Former CEO Of Invisible Children Knows One Surefire Way To Change The World

“Here’s the secret: No one ever feels fully ready or qualified to take action.”

This spring, we’re celebrating innovators who are tackling pressing global issues. We call them the GOOD 100. In the spirit of solidarity, we’re also rolling out insights and personal stories from a select list of influential global citizens working in alliance with the world at large. We’ll be highlighting GOOD Citizens once a week.

In your early years, you are surrounded by people who push you to develop and take on additional responsibility. Your teacher believes you can be a group leader, so she assigns you the role. Your coach needs someone to head up fundraising, and your name gets called. It’s natural to work hard, get noticed, and be given more responsibility.

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