7 THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN YOU’RE SCARED TO SPEAK UP

” In the early 1990’s, 12-year-old Severn Suzuki was passionately obsessed with real world issues like poverty, ocean pollution, and global warming.  She was just a child, but she also understood that the decisions adults made concerning these issues would impact her life and the lives of all children for generations to come.  And she believed she and other children should have a voice and be present during critical global meetings on these issues. ” – Marc Chernoff, from www.marcandangel.com 

 

To read more about Severn’s story about speaking up and why it’s important for you to take that initiative…even when you’re afraid than read the full Article written by Marc Chernoff, from www.marcandangel.com 

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2 thoughts on “7 THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN YOU’RE SCARED TO SPEAK UP

  1. Thank you Marc for using your voice to encourage us to use ours! I love point 7 – one person’s voice, my voice, can bring people together. It is not perfection that does it, but courage, the kind that Severn possessed. I am greatly encourage that what I have to say has purpose and timing to make a difference!

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