Urgent Evoke

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Innovation is all about taking the Next Step.  That means looking at a situation, recognizing the unique skills and knowledge that you alone can bring to it, and then acting.  For today’s challenge, you will all take the Next Step.


Find someone else on the Network who has contributed something that inspires you.  It could be a blog post, a photograph, a drawing, or a video.  Now, in a separate post, take the Next Step.  Add your unique knowledge and experience to the mix.  The next step could take many forms, and I leave it to you, Agents, to decide what that means for yourselves. 


Tag your Next Step “NEXTSTEP” and make sure to link to the post that originally inspired you. You will earn up to +20 Power Votes from me and my team for your Next Steps.  In addition, we will award up to +20 Spark for the post that inspired you.


Good luck, Agents.  This challenge will end at 2359 GMT on Tuesday, March 9.

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Great Mission!
I have done my next step: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/nextstep-taking-the-nextstep
Tell me what you think
Thanks
Reid
Good
Awesome, I found my Next Step!
GO TO WHERE THE ACTION IS by Batawanda Alperstein.

What he wrote really touched me and inspired me too. Why? Because all of my life I've been a dreamer, I always was so creative and my mind was full of ideas but I always was so afraid to realize those dreams or to put those ideas into practice. Only this year I had the strenght to start realizing my dreams and to actually get my ideas "out there" and the best way to start is participating in this competition so that at the end of the competition maybe I can share my idea with you guys. Thank you Batawanda for those wise words.

No more fear of flying
o.m.g.
I think I just came up with a possible tentative evocation.

I'm sitting here in shock. lol.

but, ofcourse I would need help. Its here: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/next-step-tenative-evocation
Dear All,

I have added my next step on http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/next-step-challenge-the?x....

Enjoy evoking!
The evoke of ninmah "Calling Teachers" in the discussion forum is a really encourage act. I already add me in the page and I am looking for the develop of the group
Awesome Mission
I'd Love some feedback on my next step:http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/nextstepcreating-a-garden...

Thank you :)
http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/nextstep-moving-the-barefoot
Here's my NEXTSTEP, based on Reid Falconer's ACT1:
http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/act1-my-hero-bunker-roy
This concerns the possibility of a grassroots education and agricultural campaign in my country South Africa, and also in our troubled neighbour, Zimbabwe. Thanks for the opportunity.
Hey, I am really sorry I haven't ben able to get online when this challenge was available (in my country its 10th March now but new missions aren't yet on so I suppose that where Alchemy is its still 9th) but I still did make a blog post about it here: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/nextstep-reid-falconers
Its about Reid Falconers visit to the Eco Village, that one really inspired me, please tell me what you think:))

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