Where There is a Will, There is a Way

I have just recently become the Chapter President for Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) at Central Washington University. I have had some difficulties in getting the chapter started here. I started with me being unable to table at one of our club fairs, because Central has a 40 some club participation limit. They denied me access to tabling, but I did not let this stop me. Where there is a will, there is a way. Instead of the traditional tabling, I took to a pen, paper, and clipboard. I was able to recruit members with just that. While a table would have been more effective, I did not let the lack of one stop me. I gained several officers and a few members, and overall it was a successful day. In short, find a way to spread liberty, even if it’s not through traditional means; adapt.

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