Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 02, 2014
24-7 Van Lines, a popular furniture mover in Los Angeles, have publicized their desire to improve the community's attempts to innovate in local regions, hoping that people will begin to focus on smaller, daily acts of kindness rather than on the big picture. By starting small, kindness turns into something that ultimately changes the big picture anyway.
Zachary Michaels, a company spokesperson, explains. "24-7 Van Lines have been very vocal about their desire to change the way one community interacts with another, and how the people within should function as a unit striving toward common goals. By stressing common goals instead of obvious differences, positive change is probable. They feel that people should promote learning and understanding and advancement in their own communities, which will lead to neighboring communities doing the same, if for no other reason than a little healthy competition."
When asked what kind of advancement the company foresaw, he was nonspecific. "We're not making any predictions. The entire idea behind crowd-sourcing and crowd-funding community-driven ideas is that those ideas don't erupt from the minds of elected officials or corporate owners, and therefore aren't as controversial. People who disagree aren't forced into helping. Although we hope many of these ideas are something everyone can jump behind. Ultimately, the community will strive to make the improvements it feels are best. We believe this will result in more rapid innovations than those dependent on taxpayer money, corporate agendas, or government legislation."
Michaels stresses that social media has for over a decade resulted in a more connected atmosphere, in which people can more easily get in touch and share beliefs. But 24-7 Van Lines believe this is only the beginning, and that to truly take advantage of the connectedness that these social media options provide, people need to focus on sharing more ideas. Michaels says, "We believe that people are capable of more these days. Anyone can achieve whatever they put their minds to."
These furniture movers in Los Angeles are the most popular for a reason, and people think it's the kindness they share. They believe that small acts of kindness are infectious, and with the advent of social networking, it is easier than ever to share a helpful thought or give someone having a hard time a bit of hope. 24-7 Van Lines also donate to local food drives and homeless shelters in order to ensure that fewer people are left without a place to call home.
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