You know what a ‘movement’ is – people who are passionate about a particular subject who try to ‘move’ their ideas or concept forward. They do this by talking about it among themselves, discussing every nuance, applying it to different situations, telling stories about it, and sharing it with others so they can get more people to join them.
But people mistakenly have the perception that a movement must be a large group of people who are changing society, or the government, or major institutions. That may be true, but those kind of changes didn’t start out that way. And aren’t there other changes that need to be made, or ideas that should be spread? Like within your family, or your neighborhood, or your school, or your work?
If you are working with more than one person, and you’re trying to make a difference or spread an idea, then you have a micromovement.
So go create more micromovements, a whole bunch of them, then maybe some day one of them might become macro.