Stopping and Starting

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

How do you stop a habit and start a movement?

The Habit: Continuing to only worry about one self and what I can get out of each situation.

The Movement: Providing people with resources and mentoring to connect them with their dreams.

What is a habit you want to stop and a movement you want to start?


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Kyle Reed is a connector looking to connect with others. A 20 Something that is blogging his way through life and looking to connect through community. Also a team member of the 8BIT Network and brand evangelist. Find me on twitter: @kylelreed, lets chat.
  • John (8BIT)

    i want to start local movements of passionate people around web technology and the church.

    i want to stop spending time in things that don’t matter.

  • Andy Rhea

    habit: Passive (lazy) tolerance. Seeing and experiencing things that I don’t have an active reaction to. Accepting peace (or something like it) at the expense of truth.
    movement: Active tolerance. To inspire myself and others to not look at life as something to just breeze through, but to ask questions, chase the truth until peace actually make sense. Wake up.

    • Kyle Reed

      I like it.
      like lving in between the beginning and end of life, but actually living.

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  • Lex

    I need to stop worrying about things I can’t control, and leave them in God’s hands.

    I want to start a movement of teenagers who refuse the stereotypes society forces on them, and a group of adults who aren’t afraid to pour into them.

  • kamrie

    I want to stop the disease of never seeing beauty in yourself
    and start a movement that allows everyone to feel love acceptance and confidence in their beauty

  • Jaycee

    Habit: wondering whether something will turn out good or bad.

    The movement: Just do it (and by it, I mean tell people the truth about the word of God without wondering if it will turn out good or bad).