106: Starting Something Bigger Than Yourself — Joseph Ranseth with Go Ahead, Start A Movement

 Sometimes clarity and purpose can feel too big or too overwhelming.

Joseph Ranseth is passionate about starting a movement. He has been helping individuals and organizations start movements for the last 15 years and is a keynote speaker as well as a Tedx organizer. Joseph is also actively involved with and is on the board of directors for the National Autism Association and a regular volunteer for Big Brother. Discover more of Joseph’s story today!

Key Takeaways:

[3:40] Who is Joseph and what does he do?

[9:35] Joseph not only wants to make an impact on an individual level, but he is working on creating a movement so that others, too, can help.

[10:35] Gandhi never said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” That quote is paraphrased.  He said something much deeper, and more profound.

[11:55] It can often feel like it’s too overwhelming to start something big and profound.

[14:05] Joseph has made commitments to three organizations and is directly working towards making our world a better place.

[19:25] The human brain evolves differently in a single vs dual parent household.

[22:25] What are our six main emotional  drivers?

[28:15] Kids in the Big Brother program need words of encouragement, love, and a mentor.

[34:50] What has Joseph learned during his time at Big Brother?

[37:15] It’s really easy to serve others and transform lives for the better.

[39:55] How did Joseph get involved with Tedx?

[46:30] Clarity and purpose is a big part of Joseph’s blueprint.

[52:45] One of the most satisfying things in life is helping people realize they can start a movement.

[54:50] Remember, we all have the opportunity to do something big.

Mentioned in This Episode:

Giving Back Podcast

Joseph Ranseth

The Compassionate Brain by Gerald Hüther

Big Brothers Big Sisters




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