So, I started, quietly and slowly making bold changes. Then, I spoke boldly and L O U D L Y about transformative changes Rotary clubs must implement to remain vital and strong. The body language of the audience was bad, very bad. But, hell, just continue, I thought to myself. Then my voice started to quiver, just a little. That’s when I realized I was unusually nervous. My audience, with arms folded against their chests and no smiles at humorous phrases simply looked at me while I suggested controversial change. Then I sat down.