As we reflect on the holiday that honors the birth of Martin Luther King, Jr., we should think about the indelible legacy he left in his actions and his words. He often said, “The time is always right to do what is right.” This year, on what would have been his 90th birthday his words and legacy are as relevant as ever. To honor Dr. King this day should not just be a day off, but should be one of reflection and a “Day of Service” to others through civic, community and intentional service projects. As a business leader and a man of faith, I constantly think about how I can serve others through my role at the helm of the Hampton Roads Chamber. While the Chamber means business it also must serve as in inspiring ignitor and impactful advocate in our community. Our advocacy efforts occur not just at the legislative level but also in recognizing inequalities, issues, challenges and concerns within our community and driving positive change.