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Journey Back in Time Through The Elements of Craft
9 hours ago

Journey Back in Time Through The Elements of Craft

The experience of work that depends on the elements is an entirely different perspective.

Whenever I travel to stay in our artisan partners’ homes, observing their pace of life and …
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5 Ways for Non-Profits to Work With Volunteers Effectively
10 hours ago

5 Ways for Non-Profits to Work With Volunteers Effectively

Most non-profits – large and small alike – use volunteers in some capacity.  As they should! Volunteers can make vital contributions to the mission, provide incredible energy to the organization, …
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Why We Need to Protect Our Workers: Remembering The Bangladesh Factory Collapse
3 days ago

Why We Need to Protect Our Workers: Remembering The Bangladesh Factory Collapse

On April 24th, 2013, Rana Plaza, an eight-story factory building in Bangladesh, crumbled to the ground and claimed the lives of over 1,000 workers. It’s a horrific tragedy that raises …
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Five Earth Day Resolutions You Can Actually Keep All Year
5 days ago

Five Earth Day Resolutions You Can Actually Keep All Year

Earth Day often has the same result as New Year’s Day does. Lots of enthusiasm and resolutions that “really are going to last this time, I’m serious,” and often don’t …
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How to Transform Waste Into a Community Space
6 days ago

How to Transform Waste Into a Community Space

Worldwide, from New Zealand to Kenya to the U.S., there is a growing movement to transform waste into communal space.  For two unforgettable weeks this March, the community of El …
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Dad And Daughter Duo On a Mission To reKindle Kindness Across America
6 days ago

Dad And Daughter Duo On a Mission To reKindle Kindness Across America

Have you ever wasted a few too many hours watching YouTube videos? Single dad Chris Hooley and his 11-year-old daughter Kaylee are no different, and one steamy Arizona day …
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How To Avoid Competing With Trends. A Look At The #KeepKidsClose Movement
7 days ago

How To Avoid Competing With Trends. A Look At The #KeepKidsClose Movement

You’ve heard the expression – “it takes a village to raise a child.”

Most sources claim it’s an ancient African proverb but the origin is debatable. One thing is for …
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The Intention Of A Boss Versus The Intention Of A Leader
1 week ago

The Intention Of A Boss Versus The Intention Of A Leader

By equating a boss with a leader, do we limit the potential of everyone to be a leader? A boss is just a title, whereas leadership shows up in a …
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Outdoor Adventure For Cancer Fighters
2 weeks ago

Outdoor Adventure For Cancer Fighters

Do you know that feeling of exhilaration that washes over your body or the goose bumps that cover your arms when you accomplish a feat you thought was …
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Five Lessons in Choosing an Ethical Production Partner
2 weeks ago

Five Lessons in Choosing an Ethical Production Partner

An idea is just 1% of the final product. 99% is execution.

The people you work with will make or break a business, particularly so if you are planning …
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PHILANTRHOPIC DESTINATIONS
2 months ago

PHILANTRHOPIC DESTINATIONS

Do you believe we are all destined for purpose? We do. Summertime has finally arrived and you know what that means, warm nights spent looking at the stars, sizzling …
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START A CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS
2 months ago

START A CONVERSATION THAT MATTERS

C.S. Lewis once wrote, “You all know that security is mortals’ greatest enemy.”  Everywhere we look, we can see complacency in America.  Everyone likes the feeling of comfort.  However, we …
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DO YOU PLACE YOUR  IDENTITY IN  SOMETHING YOU CAN LOSE?
4 months ago

DO YOU PLACE YOUR IDENTITY IN SOMETHING YOU CAN LOSE?

I remember my first business trip to New York City – the rush of “The Big Apple” and the busyness all around me. I felt important just being there. …
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FINDING NEW MOTIVATIONS IN OUR WORK
4 months ago

FINDING NEW MOTIVATIONS IN OUR WORK

Work can certainly be a troublesome part of life. Often, it is a source of frustration, stress, hardship, and pain, yet it is something that we cannot …
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