Monthly Archives: May 2009

  • In 7 Steps to a More Rewarding Vacation I discussed getting off the beaten path and giving back. Well, there’s still so much to tell about the special time I had putting these steps to action in Bali, Indonesia. Of course I wasn’t alone, Mark Wiens of Migrationology.com joined me and took the lead composing […]

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  • In the last Splintering Your Brand post, I discussed How Too Little of You Hurts Your Message. This time I want to tell you my experience being splintered by overcommitment. Last February, I put together an art show to help Bangkok’s urban refugees. When I refer back to this period of my life, I think […]

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  • I’m in Bali this week, so instead of your typical follow friday post, I wanted to share with you some of the DIY philanthropy we’ve been preaching. Shortly after getting settled in with friends in Bali, I headed down to a local shop and spent about $25 US buying gifts for kids in one of […]

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  • Here’s an update from Jen White, a writer working with Peace Corps in Namibia. I hope what she says challenges you and causes to consider what you would do in her shoes. “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the […]

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  • It’s happening! Non-profits, ngo’s, orphanages and everyone else are starting to notice the power of social media. However, they’re not the only ones who should be paying attention to these new forms of media. You should! Social media is transforming small do it yourself projects into global movements. Now you don’t have to wait on […]

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