Looking for an inspiration for a startup? Or just waiting somone to push you to start changing your life? Manifesto is most laconic and at the same time the most effective way to express your corporate or lifestyle ideas and policy. Here are the top 8 manifestos that will undiubtedly juice you up.

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Fixer’s Manifesto

This manifesto does not belonlg to any business or company. It is a lifestyle manifesto. Overconsumption is one of the main problems of developed countries. Nowadays it is much cheaper and faster to buy new goods instead of fixing them. The Fixer’s manifesto argues against the passive consumption and claims that fixing things can cause creativity: “If you like it – improve it”. The Fixer’s Manifesto exists to fuel the conversation about why a culture of fixing is important. Most of our friends and families don’t have the confidence to even try to fix things. The following manifesto calls us upon to change that and to gove the “second life” to our favorite things!

 

Work Is Not a Job

According to data of Linkedin’s latest survey, 80% of site users don’t enjoy or even hate their jobs. This causes stresses, depression, unhappiness and disaffection of life in general. A significant amount of time of our lives we are spending on work. So let’s don’t waste our prescious time on the things we don’t enjoy! Work Is not  a Job project aims to change people’s attitube to job and to empower them to do what they love. “Work is a playground, not a prison”, “Follow your heart”, “You are what you do”, – these motivational phrases Work is not a job is transmitting to the audience to change life for better. Stay excited!

Expert Enough

Expert enough website aims to inspire people to unlock their potential inside and  to improve in what they are doing. To acquire new skills, live an interesting life and do adventurous things, you have to get good at putting in the effort it takes to actually do those things. The website provides users with tips, how-to’s, interviews, case studies and more on all kinds of topics from psychology to technology, from inspiration to presentation. It is aimed at helping future experts to  learn more, do more, and be more. We are all capable of so much more than we think! Read this over and over to make shure!

Google

Do you want to learn success from one of the most expensive brands in the world? Google manifested their philosophy into “Ten Things We Know To Be True”. This document weaves together its founding principles and explains how they have driven the company to where they are today and where they are looking to go in the future. Google does an amazing job of being humble while still demonstrating its almighty power in tech. A manifesto is a way for a company to portray a human image to their brand, because when people think of Google, they think of a search bar. Google’s manifesto draws a wider picture of the brand and the embodys the philosophy that drives them forward.

Holstee

The Holstee‘s manifesto is one of the best known on the web.  Although the company was founded with the aim of selling sustainably sourced consumer goods, the poster of the manifesto is now one of Holstee’s best-selling items. It reads like something out of a self-help book: A 15-sentence message comprising brief commandments such as, “Do what you love and do it often,” “If you don’t like your job, quit,” and “Travel often; Getting lost will help you find yourself.” The manifesto has been translated into 12 languages, and by Holstee’s own approximations, it’s been viewed more than 50 million times? – the huge amount of people have already got inspired!

Women in Business

Remember we were talking about successful womentrepreneurs? Probably they have already read this manifesto, thant’s why they became successful.The following manifesto dedicated to women in business and aims to eliminate the inequality in business sphere. It empowers ladies to not to be afraid and to erase the common stereotypes that business in for men only. However, this manifesto may be directed at women in business, it certainly can apply to a much larger demographic. Print it and put on your desktop to keep the inspiration mode always on!

(Red) is an organization that aims to end HIV and AIDs all over the world. It  partners with the world’s most iconic brands that contribute up to 50% of profits from (RED)-branded goods and services to the Global Fund. By now, (RED) has generated more than $465 million for the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, to support HIV/AIDS grants in Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania and Zambia. 100 percent of that money goes to work on the ground – no overhead is taken. Global Fund grants that (RED) supports have impacted more than 90 million people with prevention, treatment, counseling, HIV testing and care services. Their Manifesto consists of woeful facts and of the big hope at the same time:

 

Passive Agressive Manifesto

If all the prevois manifestos did not affect you anyhow, the following one will make you work for sure. This manifesto is not going to calm you with sweet words and not going to give you useless advices that doesn’t work. No more laziness. The Passsive Agressive Manifesto created by Michael Schechter, one of Stepcase Lifehack’s newest contributors maybe is the taughest one, but the most effective in our list. It pushes its reader to get off his/her  ass, to stop whimpering and to start doing things. “You are probably going to fail”, “Try More, Suck less, Shut up”. Rude but effective. The Passive Agressive Manifesto definetly should work.

A manifesto proved to be the most motivational and neat way to convey meaningful ideas. Did you get inspired yet? Or maybe you are ready to inspire someone? Follow these samples and create your own manifesto!

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