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Why Fair Trade Matters
2 days ago

Why Fair Trade Matters

Conscious shoppers have a lot to consider during their everyday purchases–whether it’s the types of ingredients in products at the grocery store, how clothes are manufactured, or …
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YOUTH: THE DRIVING FORCE OF SOCIAL CHANGE
2 weeks ago

YOUTH: THE DRIVING FORCE OF SOCIAL CHANGE

Editor’s Note Conscious Magazine has teamed up with Kellie Kreiss, Co-Founder of Global Populace, to tell stories of impact that encourage an exchange of ideas. Find out more about Kellie …
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Top 5 Ways Social Entrepreneurs Can Turn Networking Into Meaningful Relationships
2 weeks ago

Top 5 Ways Social Entrepreneurs Can Turn Networking Into Meaningful Relationships

You may already get the importance of networking and attending events or sending messages with the intention of connecting. However, networking is not about the original action, but about the …
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To Honor Those Who Have Battled Breast Cancer
2 weeks ago

Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To Honor Those Who Have Battled Breast Cancer

One in eight women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer during her lifetime. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed worldwide. Of the predicted …
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5 Ways To Leave Positive Footprints on Your Travels
3 weeks ago

5 Ways To Leave Positive Footprints on Your Travels

The old adage that travel is the only thing you can buy that makes you richer is very true. I firmly believe that travel, especially solo travel, is one of …
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7 Reasons To Be Excited About Your Calling
3 weeks ago

7 Reasons To Be Excited About Your Calling

You get a great idea for a nonprofit or service project that you want to start—as many people do—but then, you start to talk yourself out of it.  Time, money, …
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Permission To Feel Failure
3 weeks ago

Permission To Feel Failure

We’re going to face failure. We’re entrepreneurs after all.

And we know we can crush it because we’ve all heard the anecdotes…

If Thomas Edison had believed in failure, we …
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Epic Foundation: Creating A Movement Around Charitable Giving
1 month ago

Epic Foundation: Creating A Movement Around Charitable Giving

Over the years, WHo CAREs!? has identified several Chief Care Officers. Through their unique leadership skills, they create a healthier and a more caring environment. An environment that not only …
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Artificial Intelligence And The Age Of Empathy
1 month ago

Artificial Intelligence And The Age Of Empathy

Lately, AI has been the source of various articles and discussions. A new frontier, a new era, and a new industrial revolution have been dawning. Google’s chairman Eric Schmidt calls …
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2030 Now: Bringing Youth to the Conversation
1 month ago

2030 Now: Bringing Youth to the Conversation

“What type of world do you want to live in by the year 2030?”

September brought forth multiple events from the Social Good Summit, the Clinton Global Initiative to the …
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The Must Reads of 2017 That Will Bring Out Your Inner Champion
1 month ago

The Must Reads of 2017 That Will Bring Out Your Inner Champion

As we head into the new season, you may be goal setting, sharing your intentions, or even refining your new year resolutions, and in the process, may find yourself …
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The Benefit Mindset—A Leadership Investment
2 months ago

The Benefit Mindset—A Leadership Investment

In what is being called a global movement, a growing community of like-minded organizations are using business as a force for good. Globally, there are now 1700 B-Corporations who are using …
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How To Deal With Negative Feedback
2 months ago

How To Deal With Negative Feedback

We’re big encouragers at DesignGood. We love cheering people on as they follow their passions, start their dream businesses and go big.

To do all of that, …
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A Look At World Orphan Care in Ethiopia
2 months ago

A Look At World Orphan Care in Ethiopia

One of the hardest things in this world is reevaluating the way things have been done and accepting that they were done wrong.

One such issue is that of orphan …
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Love Is Not Outrageous—It Takes A Stand Against The Outrageous
3 months ago

Love Is Not Outrageous—It Takes A Stand Against The Outrageous

It seems that terrorism has become a regular occurrence. Just this year, it was a concert in Manchester, then on London Bridge. These acts are not only extreme but …
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How We Overcome Fear When Pursuing Our Dreams
3 months ago

How We Overcome Fear When Pursuing Our Dreams

There are times when we all feel like our dreams may be a bit too big, our goals a little unattainable and our ambitions a bit out of reach. The …
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5 Personal Questions That Will Help You Discover What You’re Fully Capable Of
3 months ago

5 Personal Questions That Will Help You Discover What You’re Fully Capable Of

The path of human growth and innovation is quite simply, astonishing.  Even in the midst of survival, individuals sought meaning and found ways to improve life for their families, communities …
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PHILANTHROPIC DESTINATIONS
3 months ago

PHILANTHROPIC 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 burgers …
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A Mother’s Story of Trichotillomania, Depression, and Finding Help
3 months ago

A Mother’s Story of Trichotillomania, Depression, and Finding Help

This story begins with a past, a past that is still too painful to share. But this story’s outcome has a bright new beginning filled with love, courage, strength and …
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The Inconvenient Truth About Climate Change
3 months ago

The Inconvenient Truth About Climate Change

One of the most important and urgent topics currently talked about is a climate change. However, most people are still unaware of which human action is the most detrimental to …
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Messages From The Playground: How To Prevent Bullying
3 months ago

Messages From The Playground: How To Prevent Bullying

“Uncle Chris, is she your girlfriend?” Suddenly I felt like I did before I was out of the closet. How is it that I, who have been out of the …
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Change—A Two-Fold Approach to Accepting It and Embracing It
3 months ago

Change—A Two-Fold Approach to Accepting It and Embracing It

Change has affected the way I live, for better and for worse. We live in a Yelp-review-based-world where planning is part of the norm, making it easy for us to …
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7 Ways to Create and Enjoy a Conscious Summer
4 months ago

7 Ways to Create and Enjoy a Conscious Summer

Ahhh summer. For many of us, this means longer days, trips to the beach, and loads of sunshine. Even though I live in Southern California, where one might argue summer …
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How to Stop Battling With Social Media Comparison
4 months ago

How to Stop Battling With Social Media Comparison

We have all been there. Jealous of her sponsored post or coveting their seemingly perfect wedding day. Envious of his start-up’s success or that trip to Europe someone got to …
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How Virtual Reality is the Power of Immersive Storytelling
4 months ago

How Virtual Reality is the Power of Immersive Storytelling

The line curled around the room and zigzagged several rounds outside. With curiosity getting the best of me, I wasn’t about to miss out on a chance to test out …
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