How Big Is Advocacy? – As Big as You Want It to Be!

Greetings and I’m Christian Robicheau at the Sterling Creations desk.
Today, I am pleased to share our president’s perspective on advocacy. It is a very interesting perspective and I urge you to give this a read.
Enjoy your weekend.


A collage of Donna Jodhan receiving various awards and accolades. The top bears her initials, D. J., and says, "LOOKING BACK."How Big Is Advocacy?
by Donna J. Jodhan

This is probably one of the most difficult questions for me to respond to and looking back at my own career, I truly believe that I really do not have a good answer to share.
Yes! Over the years, I have engaged in so many different roles, ranging from those as an advocate, author, coach, dinner mystery writer and producer, entrepreneur, and podcast commentator.

I have also engaged in so many things ranging from the smallest to the largest and at the end of the day my honest opinion would be that advocacy is as big as one wants it to be.
From advocating for my condo management office to provide me with documents in electronic format to taking the Canadian Government to Court over inaccessible websites or advocating for an accessible Canada Act.
I have gone from the smallest to the largest.

So at the end of the day I would probably say that advocacy as is big as you want it to be.
It is all about one’s comfort zone and the size of advocacy really does not matter.
What matters is that all sizes of advocacy are important; from the smallest to the largest and I respectfully submit that as long as my advocacy can help others then I am happy.

Just my two cents for today.

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About Donna Jodhan

Donna Jodhan is an award winning blind author, advocate, sight loss coach, blogger, podcast commentator, and accessibility specialist.
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