Positive change always leads to new beginnings. Whether you realize it or not, your work to bring positive change to a situation also transforms your mindset, your attitude, your worldview, and your relationships.
As you transform yourself, others will begin to notice. Perhaps they will desire this transformation for themselves. The best leaders recognize this transformative magnetism and use it to build a team around them.
When our team at OneHope had the desire to create the Bible App for Kids in 2013, we turned to YouVersion. Having already successfully made the pivot to digital discipleship through the Bible App, YouVersion was exuding transformative magnetism. We knew we needed to partner with them to make our own shift to digital discipleship. Eight years and over 70 million downloads of the Bible App for Kids later, OneHope is now serving as a transformation magnet for others looking to pivot to digital discipleship.
When you are a transformation magnet, people who desire to change their world but perhaps don’t know where to start will be drawn to you. These are the people you want on your team.
Consider the following things as you examine how to harness your transformative magnetism.
How has positive change transformed your life?
Has your work to make a difference attracted other change-seekers?
How are you using your transformative magnetism as a catalyst for change?