Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

*Welcome to Evoke*

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This is the new agent rest stop. Here is your chance to share what brought you here, where you have been, and where you are going. You could post about you community, and what you want to learn here to help, or tell us about world change you would like to be part of. You could give a quick overview of what you are doing in highschool, what have been working on since graduating college, or how your career has been. You can ask for help, offer help if you can, or just cool your heels before becoming an super agent. I know you can do it! Just think about who you are, and share with your fellow agents! The Evoke community is ready to listen! With your post here, you are saying "Hello World!" Lets hear what you got!

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Because of the limited time of Evoke, seasoned agents have come togethether to help inspire and guide new agents. You can help too, by supporting the new agents and reading their blogs.

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Comment by Michele Baron on April 25, 2010 at 2:17am
congratulations on this welcome site. good idea!!!
Comment by sunnydupree on April 25, 2010 at 4:47am
I am happy to help anyone that I can and I love to collaborate as well!!!
grace and peace
Comment by Elora Ramirez on April 25, 2010 at 6:01am
Check out this post for some encouragement: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/stories-for-stories?xg_so...
Everyone has a story. What story are you creating? :)
Comment by Edwige Lelievre on April 25, 2010 at 6:35am
I would to welcome all the newcomers too :) Please let us know if you need any help !
Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 25, 2010 at 6:41am
Thanks Edwige!
Comment by NatNat on April 25, 2010 at 8:02am
Hi, all! It's been great time with the blogs and etc, Am working in the non-pforit sector, working with the community that in some cases has the similar challenges. So, i just want to share what has happened here, particularly in the community I've been working with for almost a year and would be great if you guys could help me with the ideas or anything that will help this community development process go smoothly and results an empowered community with a better life. Thanks! :)
Comment by Ursula Kochanowsky on April 25, 2010 at 2:34pm
To new agents,

Scream if you have to. This place is so full of so many busy people that its easy to feel like you're not being heard and no one cares.
Remember that the points are not a value or measure of your idea or your personal contribution. Don't let them silence you. You're valuable all by yourself.
Instead of trying to "win", realize that winning is striking up a conversation with someone on this network and seeing where it goes.
If it looks like someone needs help, give it to them. If it sounds like someone needs guidance, hand it out. If it seems like you have a bit of information that could change the course of how another person could evoke, let them know.
And if you need help and you think another person might be able to, ask. But don't be disappointed if they don't answer, ask someone else. You'll find helpful people eventually.
And remember that you don't have to just stick with the agents in this network to change the world. Every person you know in real life has just as much amazing skill and ability as anyone here. Think about what they are and about ways you could get them involved with your project and better yet, because they already know you, chances are they'll help because it sounds really interesting and you're fired up about it.
Stay positive. Remember that disappointment is built into this game. And its not that you failed and you should stop playing because you failed, it that you should know even the most successful people, even though they seems like they never have failed have a day in their life, chances are they've failed more often and much worse then you. The difference is they didn't stop.

Good luck! Change the world!
Comment by Dante Ranieri on April 25, 2010 at 3:14pm
I got caught in a phonebooth changing into my costume, trying to help students get out of town after their finals were over.

Good to see all the agents assembling. And thanks Gabriel for keeping up the momentum!
Comment by Luis Benesa on April 25, 2010 at 4:36pm
Found this website while watching a video from TED about games changing/saving the world. It somehow made me realize that there's more to gaming than shooting aliens and bumping cars. I'm a new guy, 20 year old college student from the Philippines. The game looked interesting enough for me to try and is the first of it's kind. (Atleast for me... I haven't tried any other game like this) Here's to hoping that this game will make me sit like WoW or Halo. Cheers!
Comment by Edwige Lelievre on April 25, 2010 at 4:40pm
Hi Luis and welcome here :) The game is really different, but can be addictive too ;) The hardest is to begin !


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