The Biggest Little Facebook page hit 1,350 likes in less than 24 hours. At one point the page jumped by a hundred people in three seconds. Big Traction, Little Page. We’re off and running and the community is embracing the movement.
Two days ago, we were pacing behind the presentation screen going through our scripts in our minds. Today, we’re trying to keep up with the overwhelming response. The community needed this more than we ever thought. It’s amazing.
Twenty minutes after the big presentation last Wednesday, we packed up and jetted around the corner to Reno’s City Hall. We tried to condense an hour presentation into a fifteen-minute inspiration session. It was a great experience. We ran out of time with two more videos to show. We said, “Mr. Mayor we are out of time but we have more to show you.” He responded, “Please continue.” He and the Council were in. Validation.
Our second treatment featured one of Reno’s Big Movers. He literally moves mountains. Norm Dianda is not only the founder, but the heart and soul of Reno’s Q&D Construction. A native Nevadan, Norm has created a company that can take on any project, no matter how big or small. After all he’s accomplished, he remains humble, a Little Shaker.
We shot Norm out at the race track. He came willing without any idea of what we were working on. Here’s his little story…
…and the movement continues. Share your story at BiggestLittleCity.org. Need some inspiration on your Big/Little? Watch this brilliantly produced video by a guy with Big Talent/Little Ego, Mark HatJakes.
More to come.
Continued from Big Movement. Little Idea.