Oct 12, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg showed up and made a change in the world. Just like her, we have the ability to make a change, and RBG left us amazing examples of how to stand up against the crowd.
On September 18, 2020, the world lost Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was a champion for women’s rights, and there are so many great things that we can learn from her.
RBG didn’t accept unfair treatment just because that was how things were. When she had the ability, she showed up and did the good that she could do. And when she did something that went again the majority, she did it with confidence.
That warrants the question… are there areas in our lives where we should be showing up and making a difference? It’s easy to get stuck in the mundane way of doing things and to follow the crowd. But with more visibility comes greater responsibility. It’s time to start following RBG’s example and ask ourselves, “Where can I make a difference?”
When it’s your turn to step up and make a change, do it with confidence. Trust your gut, trust your expertise, and trust yourself. When you champion for change, it’s true that you’ll most likely face opposition. But just like the advice RGB followed, it helps to be a little deaf. When someone says something offensive, it’s best to tune them out, stop yourself from getting angry, and work on the backend to make a change.
You can make a change. You just have to show up.
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