A simple idea can change everything. Since the beginning of time, we have been experiencing change and innovation. It's inevitable. If not for the fearless human beings who believed in their capabilities and their imagination, our planet would have been a blank canvas. You see, everything starts from somewhere small—that's how nature works.
A lot of us underestimate our abilities to the point that we doubt we can make a positive change in the world. We think our ideas should always be ground-breaking or that it should immediately make a dent in our world today. But you don't need to pressure yourself in bringing perfect ideas to the table.
We tend to think that the bigger the idea is, the bigger its value is, but that's not true. Don't think of your idea as a drop in the bucket. Most successful people we know of today started small. They believed in their abilities and followed their own decisions. They made choices and sacrifices that turned out to be worth it in the end. It doesn't matter if you fail, what matters is that you tried and learned in the process.
Let's not limit ourselves because society says so. Your idea is important and valued. You don't know how much it can do to change the world.
Remember that great things are always possible if we band small things together. It doesn't matter how big or small a deed is. What matters most is the idea behind it. Set aside your what-ifs—this phrase shouldn't exist in your vocabulary. Instead, think of all the possibilities, like what life has to offer. If you want something around you to change, start by changing the person you see in front of the mirror.