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  • Writer's pictureOmi Bell

Nothing Moves without People

The reality is that your network is your net worth, and you need to implement a strategy to increase your social capital so that you can grow as a business and individual.

-Omi Bell, Originate, Motivate, Innovate: 7 Steps for Building a Billion Dollar Network

In every aspect of our lives, from the simplest tasks to the most complex projects, people make things happen. From the farmer who grows the food we eat to the engineers who design the bridges we cross to the teachers who educate the next generation, people are the driving force behind progress.

In fact, nothing moves without people. It is people who build, create, innovate, and problem-solve. Whether it's the construction of a new building, the development of a new product, or the implementation of a new policy, it is people who are responsible for making it happen.

Take, for example, the transportation industry. Without people, there would be no planes, trains, or automobiles. People design, build, and operate these modes of transportation. It is people who maintain the infrastructure necessary to keep them running smoothly. And it is people who navigate them safely to their destinations.

Similarly, the healthcare industry would not exist without people. Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals are the ones who care for patients and develop new treatments and medications. Researchers and scientists work tirelessly to find cures for diseases and improve our understanding of the human body.

Even in the digital age, where technology plays a larger role than ever, people are still at the heart of everything. It is people who create the software and hardware that power our devices. It is people who write the code that makes them work. And it is people who develop the content that we consume.

But it's not just the big things that people are responsible for. It's the small things, too. The person who holds the door open for someone else, the teacher who takes the time to help a struggling student, the neighbor who checks on an older adult during a heatwave – these small acts of kindness and generosity are what make the world a better place.

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