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The Streets Barber Delivers A Moment of Authenticity: The Best Thing We Can Share
10 months ago

The Streets Barber Delivers A Moment of Authenticity: The Best Thing We Can Share

Anthony Hamilton also known as the singing barber was quoted for saying: “Being a barber is about taking care of the people”.

What does it take to take care of …
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Dad And Daughter Duo On a Mission To reKindle Kindness Across America
2 years 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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Outdoor Adventure For Cancer Fighters
2 years 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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Operation Kind: How 10 Years of Kindness Has Served Our Military
2 years ago

Operation Kind: How 10 Years of Kindness Has Served Our Military

Many of us start the day sipping on a mug brimming with hot coffee, scrambling to get ready for the day, and half listening to the news in the …
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Meet The Company That Made Kindness Its Cause
2 years ago

Meet The Company That Made Kindness Its Cause

When you walk into the KIND office, you are met with an open floor plan where the vibrant energy and dedicated mission of the organization is clearly palpable. The office …
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Think Boundlessly. Work Purposefully. Live Passionately.
2 years ago

Think Boundlessly. Work Purposefully. Live Passionately.

Think Boundlessly. Work Purposefully. Live Passionately. – Daniel Lubetzky, CEO and Founder of KIND

7 Reasons To Be Excited About Your Calling
2 years 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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How To Make Donating Part Of Your Everyday Life
2 years ago

How To Make Donating Part Of Your Everyday Life

Expensive galas, charity months, Giving Tuesday, Holiday Giving, year-end gifts – the list goes on for charity campaigns and major days of giving that fall on nearly every day of …
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Prioritize the Social in Social Entrepreneurship
2 years ago

Prioritize the Social in Social Entrepreneurship

Hands-on experience is hard to come by when information is ubiquitous and cheap. It’s too tempting to keyword search your audience. Too easy to pull up competitor websites, buy market …
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PHILANTHROPIC DESTINATIONS
2 years 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 …
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Philanthropic Action In Our Community, Society, Culture And Country
2 years ago

Philanthropic Action In Our Community, Society, Culture And Country

In 1919, when responding to the essay prompt “what is wrong with the world?” G.K Chesterton wrote, “I am”. This is at first a difficult concept to grasp; we often …
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How The Power Of A Bicycle Gives Mobility And  Possibility
2 years ago

How The Power Of A Bicycle Gives Mobility And Possibility

We all want to make a difference, and the easiest way to do that is by connecting activism with a habit. In my introductory column, I said, “If you love …
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Concept of Healthy Living vs. Reality. How To Move Beyond Good Intentions
2 years ago

Concept of Healthy Living vs. Reality. How To Move Beyond Good Intentions

Editor’s Note: Elizabeth Wasserman of TrueGoods.com joins Conscious Magazine to launch a column on Consciously Clean Living . This topic is important to Elizabeth because of her passion for empowering people to lead …
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