One of the best ways to bring people together (and inoculate them against pain and discomfort) is to imbue their minds with a sense of meaning.
You don’t need a lot of resources to pull this off; you can simply do the best you can with what you have. By consistently striving to do the best you can with what you have (which includes examining mistakes and adjusting accordingly), you will—by default—demonstrate discipline, strategy, and the perennial qualities endorsed by societal luminaries. Over the course of time, you will maximize your chances of success, and subsequently, maximize the odds you will inspire someone else. You’ll be able to build off smaller successes, and springboard onto large ones.
It all starts with doing the best you can with what you have, regardless of who takes notice. Life is already hard, so why—over the long-term—make it any harder than it has to be? Do the best you can with what you have.
Musings, Volume 1, available on Amazon Kindle: Musings, Volume 1