It’s an idea that you think is either crazy or awesome.
If you think it’s crazy, or something you wouldn’t dare be a part of, then you’re not. You’re not part of the movement. That’s okay. Not everyone is part of every movement. They can happen without you.
If you think the idea is awesome, then you’re in, you’ve signed up. It’s something that you are excited about ‘moving’ forward so you tell all your friends about it. Or maybe you just tell those who you think might be interested. You try to spread the idea, because the more people who are in, or who help the cause, will mean that the cause or the idea will have a larger impact.
So why not start a movement? Did I mention anywhere how many people are required to start a movement? Or how many people it takes before the movement has accomplished it’s goal?
If you have an idea, and you only need 3 more people to do something to accomplish your goal, then you start a movement to make something happen. The idea moved from you to 3 others, achieved a goal, and is done. A successful movement.
That, my friend, is a ‘micromovement.’
And you probably create them all day long. So if it’s that easy to start a movement, maybe you ought to do it more often.