SelfImprovementHelper.com Showcased a TED Talk to Prepare for The Start of The Personal Improvement Movement

The spark to launch Personal Improvement Movement came from YouTube with Derek Sivers' TED Talk: "How To Start a Movement"

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How To Start a Movement

Derek Sivers TED Talk - How To Start a Movement

"IT IS IMPORTANT TO SHOW NOT JUST THE LEADER BUT THE FOLLOWERS; BECAUSE YOU FIND THAT NEW FOLLOWERS EMULATE THE FOLLOWERS, NOT THE LEADER."

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

The Personal Improvement Movement will kick off soon on January 1st, 2014. The inspiration came from the desire to create a forum where anybody can improve themselves. However, the spark and confidence to actually start the movement came from watching Derek Sivers' TED Talk video “How to Start a Movement”. He illustrated the complex dynamics of a movement in 3 minutes.

Mr. Sivers’ TED Talk was discovered while seeking out interesting videos to make available on the http://www.selfimprovementhelper.com site. “When we came across the video, it was the perfect message at the right time.” said J. Thornton, Creative Director for SelfImprovement Helper. “Derek’s TED Talk is a simple yet inspirational resource showing how a movement develops from a lone nut. All who join the Personal Improvement Movement will be encouraged to watch Mr. Sivers TED Talk”.

The insight and amusing illustration the talk provided was that followers will be emulated by new followers, not the leaders. See this short, humorous video now: (CLICK HERE). He lays out the dynamics of starting and growing a movement. It is our intention that people will take his ideas when proceeding with the Personal Improvement Movement.

To learn more about the Personal Improvement Movement please go to the original press release:        
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/11/prweb11311172.htm.

The premise is to pick something to improve in small increments over a period of 100 days and help others do the same so we can create a movement.

To register for the Personal Improvement Movement™ go to: http://www.selfimprovementhelper.com. Access the slide-in registration form by clicking on the arrow on top right of web site.

About http://www.selfimprovementhelper.com: An authority website that is a collection of curated videos containing ideas, strategies, discussions, and techniques for people interested in Self Improvement, Self Help, and Personal Development.


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