People enter the world of advocacy because they want to create change. They see a problem, and they want to solve it. Advocates opt to become leaders in an advocacy network because they believe it will help them fix that problem. But like most things in life, sometimes what matters most is the journey, not the destination. The actual day-to-day work of the network is what allows leaders to eventually achieve the advocacy victory they are aiming for — and all that work can be among the most rewarding parts of the entire network experience.