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Change Your Words . . . And You Can Change Your World, Too

By September 17, 20136 Comments

People often come to us at DuoParadigms for help with sharing their message. They already have a solid mission statement or vision, but for one reason or another, it just isn’t getting across to their public.

hideThat’s not uncommon. In fact, a large majority of businesses and non-profits run into this problem.

One of the ways to fix this problem is to change HOW your business shares its message. You would be surprised to know what a few simple words can do.

Take a look:

Nine little words. What a life-changing difference.

Take a deeper look at your own message. Change the words a little. . . and you can change your world.

Hat tip: Michael Hyatt

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Aaress Lawless

Aaress enjoys helping small businesses and ministries, having budget travel adventures with friends, and blogging about life lessons on Instagram.


  • logan rocha says:

    That was really thoughtful of that lady

  • Emma Rzicznek says:

    I think when the lady changed the words that it made other people think more about their lives and how lucky they are to see.

  • Brandon Zacharias says:

    I watched the video and I thought it was pretty cool how changing the words changed his life

  • iwhitney20 says:

    The woman changed the blind mans’ sign and more people gave him money. I thought that it was really nice for the woman to help him.
    It was a bummer to see that people didn’t give as much as money before she changed the sign because everyone should always give respect to the people in need.

  • iwhitney20 says:

    This video relates to being a good citizen because the woman helped him in a way that everyone can understand.
    I see this impacting in my life in the next 10 years because one day I’m going to see someone who has a sign that says something like “Help me I’m blind”, ” Help me I’m homeless”, or something in that sort and I will be one of those people who gives the man/woman money or food or even both if they need it. I will remember this day that I’m writing this and say to myself,why doesn’t everyone do this because this feels good.

  • Dominic Calabrese says:

    I think that boy was nice carrying the bag for the one lady.

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