Big things are made of little things. Sharing big ideas with little people will yield big results.

If #BlackLivesMatter, why has no one made an animated TV series out of the life and times of Frederick Douglass? When the #ThriversEd content empire is big enough, we’ll do this – and do it right.

If you’re looking for a summary the ThriversEd idea, it’s hard to do better than Frederick Douglass:

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

We talked about why this is so yesterday.

Today, I launched a Patreon campaign in support of the ThriversEd idea.

What am I up to? I’m redeeming Western Civilization, just like I’ve said all along.

In the past days(, weeks(, months(, years(, decades)))), I finally worked out how to do it – The Frederick Douglass way: Start strong, stay strong.

Why a Patreon campaign? Time and efficiency. I’m working out how to build an infinitely-scalable Dutch Uncle – and I want to make him scale.

You do, too, though you may not know that yet. So far as I know, there are zero other ideas out there for turning our ship-of-fools around. Easy to see why everything else fails: We’ve all been talking to the wrong people – grown-ups.

But where adults rarely change their habits, Toddlers soak up what you teach them. Strong Toddlers will become strong children, strong tweens, teens and adults.

Broken people breed broken people. To stop this cycle of pain, we have to stop breaking children. That’s what ThriversEd aims to do – to give each child we embrace a better shot at growing up whole and happy by teaching him how thrive for himself.

Do you want to make a difference? Support ThriversEd – and get your friends to pitch in, too.

Big things are made of little things. Sharing big ideas with little people will yield big results in time.

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