Finding out a wild truth is like discovering a secret rope swing into a river in the woods.
You can’t help but run as fast as you can to immediately tell everyone. And that swing for me was the moment I realized the world was more malleable than I had been told for years.
If you want to change it, you can.
I used to think that was just something other people got to do. More talented people. More interesting people. People who hadn’t made the quantity or quantity of mistakes I made. They were the ones who got to change the world.
I was wrong and upon learning that, I ran as fast as I could to tell other people. That’s why I started the Quitter Conference. Because I wanted others to know they could change the world too and have an incredibly fun time while doing it.
That’s also why I asked my friends at Hello Somebody to help me bring the band Seryn to this year’s conference. They’re friends and after seeing Seryn play to 12,000 people at Catalyst and what happened in that arena when they did, I thought to myself, “Imagine if they played for a room full of friends in Nashville? How awesome would that be?”
So on the opening night of the Quitter Conference, September 21 Seryn is doing a concert. Why? Because they don’t just play music, they create slingshots. Moments that propel you into believing what God taught me to believe a few years ago:
If you want to change the world you can.
And at minute 4 of this song, you just might start to believe that too.
(The conference is almost sold out. If you haven’t found your rope swing yet or want to know how to share the one you found with the most people possible, sign up today.)