Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

All around you, new heroes are emerging from the shadows.

But who are they, and what do they bring to the network?

Your Network Challenge this week is to meet as many new EVOKE heroes as possible – and discover as much as you can about their Secret Identities and Motivations.

Visit the profiles of other agents, and read their quest stories. What kind of heroes do you see them becoming?

Leave a comment on their wall, sharing YOUR best idea of where their Secret Identity or Motivation might lead them
in the future.

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aha! they get cleverer and cleverer!
Thats a good idea because We have to learn from the Heroes..... I have also gone through the different profiles and amazed to see the different things and thoughts being offered by different people.
Great Idea!!! I start it now!!!
Great Idea! I hope to get started on this soon :).
I have added my Hero post on http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/hero-agent-mr-john-d-boyden.

EVOKE Network started with agents around the world but some of the agents on the network are not ordinary participants but they are HEROs who are making the impact on others and becoming source of learning to others. Mr. John D. Boyden's is amont them. He shared lots of interesting material/blogs and his motivational level and his thrust for helping others to learn has inspired me alot. I requested him to take me under his mentorship which he very kindly has accepted it. I think he possess the ability to befriend, share the words of wisdom, cheering up the agents, powering up and make a usefull aliance which can make CHANGE.


I hope under the valuable mentorship of my Hero I would polish my skills and acheive more powers.
Check out this agent profile, is a hero already http://www.urgentevoke.com/profile/PatricioBuenrostroGilhuys
Definitely a great hero potential
Agent Brian Ballsun-Stanton

his key MOTIVATION sentence says it all: "do what I must because I can"
http://www.urgentevoke.com/profile/BrianBallsunStanton?xg_source=pr...

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