Something about needing help
Also - change the illustration and add a blurb describing the Before
Limiting belief about asking for help
Empowering message - something something important, vital, legitimate - we don’t need someone to save us - just help us build the tools to save ourselves...and the rest of the world.
I want to help you Change the world
And I know that I can, because I have the experience, talent and skills to help make your next project into the most powerful agent for change possible;.
Don’t give up. Don’t Shut up. Make those waves! Even though it’s hard, you can do it. Your voice is legitimate. Your message is important, and you can share it to change the world.
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