The word dynamic can be defined as an adjective as “characterized by constant change, activity, or progress.” As a noun, it is “a force that stimulates change or progress within a process or system.”
Objects in motion tend to create actions and reactions.
Need something? Then make it.
Not happy with your culture, organization, or business? Then take action to change it, or remove yourself from it.
Want to make an impact? Be audacious.
Trying to effect change? Start with yourself.
Thinking about doing something? Then get moving to see if you can make it work.
Real power lies in the hands of people that can make things happen.
Creating interactions between people requires deep knowledge of not only human nature but those whom you are serving. Data can enable the visualization of relationships, but people ultimately decide how this information will be used. Repeated experimentation is the best way to test your ideas.
When you are in motion, you are making something happen for better or for worse. A lot of people do things, but the key for achieving impact, though, is knowing where you need to go—this provides the focus to your efforts.
When you are dynamic, you have the potential to be a catalyst for action.