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Just “Do What You Can”

Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.

–Archbishop Desmond Tutu

At the height of the Information Age, the 24-hour news cycle feels like a blessing and a curse. It’s no secret that “bad news” has always dominated the headlines or that humans are highly empathetic to what we see or hear. How do we balance our need to be informed and contribute at a broader scale? And yet, ensure that it doesn’t stifle our ability to do what we can, where we are?

With these lyrics lies a great reminder: “Round here, we bend but don’t break. Down here, we all understand, when you can’t do what you do, you do what you can.”

Don’t give up. You are not alone. You Matter. Let us all simply do what we can

Dennis Pitoccohttps://www.bizcatalyst360.com/
DENNIS is Founder & CEO & Reimaginator of 360° Nation, encompassing a wide range of multimedia enterprises, including BizCatalyst 360° —an award-winning global media digest; 360° Nation Studios —dedicated to reaching across the world in an effort to capture, produce, and deliver positive, uplifting messages via game-changing productions such as HopeFest 360°, and; GoodWorks 360° —a pro-bono consulting foundation focused entirely on providing mission-critical advisory services to nonprofits worldwide. Everything Dennis does is carried out "for-good" vs. "for-profit", reflecting his belief that it’s time for a renaissance of pure, unbridled wonder. Time to renew in both our hearts and in our souls more joy, more kindness, more compassion, more understanding, and that magical sense of truly belonging to something greater than the status quo. And time to bring the spirit of “humanity at its very best” back to the forefront. More about his "backstory" HERE. Dennis is also a contributing author to the Best-Selling Book Chaos to Clarity: Sacred Stories of Transformational Change.

7 COMMENTS

  1. I think it’s not necessarily about being heroes in life: it’s just about staying true to ourselves, to our commitment to life, to the respect we have for everything we have always believed in and have always fought for, in good and bad luck.
    So, rule number one: remember that we are not omnipotent, that we have limits, that we cannot do everything.
    Rule number two is: do what you can do, as best you can.
    Rule number three is: when your resources run out, don’t let yourself be overcome by discouragement.

  2. Dennis, this is something I have said to my students in the past, while teaching these young minds, as a volunteer in religious classes, as a quest speaker to our youth, and while teaching Introductory to Law Enforcement back in the 80’s. Just do what you can, and make a dent, make an impression, note the changes as you do something encompassing goodness, kindness, charity, and love towards another. Thank you for reminding me of what is so simply put.

  3. Dear Dennis,

    This is a pertinent reminder that we can all chip in and do our little bit to help others rise above their worries and concerns. We can help by listening, empathizing and indeed, a problem shared is a problem halved.

    Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s words and a positive reminder.

    Thank you Dennis for sharing.

    Simon

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