A crash course in changing the world.
Well, I actually have 2.
"Innovation (often) comes from constraint (If you’ve got very few resources, you’re forced to be very creative in using and reusing them.)" and "Think like a child - children have no limit to what they think they can do".
Both of these secrets I believe make social innovation accessible and easy to do. Adults have a tendency to throw up obstacles and see barriers before they even try to imagine achieving their goals. Cost and the "need" for money is often the first obstacle people "see". But I have worked to create a youth leadership group over the past 2 years with not one penny. My colleague and I have helped a group of kids achieve amazing things by just imagining it was possible - just like a child who sees no limits. These secrets, if I take them to heart, tells me anything is possible in terms of social innovation. All I have to do is imagine the possibility.