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Making a Difference

Making a Difference2016-02-15T21:06:48+00:00

You Can Make a Difference

Making a difference is central to everything we do.

That’s why a portion of our revenues goes to support our favorite charity: SOS Children’s Villages, the world’s largest charity dedicated to orphaned and abandoned children.

Since its founding in 1949, SOS Children’s Villages has expanded to over 500 villages in 133 countries. SOS is currently raising over 80,000 children in their villages and through their many education, family strengthening, medical, and outreach programs they impact the lives of over 1 million people each year.

If you want to make a difference, we invite you to make a contribution: http://help.sos-usa.org/leadbl

We are also committed to helping leaders and change agents who want to make a difference develop the inner game of leadership required to help usher in the new paradigm of business.

If you want to step up and play a bigger game, if you share our desire to create a world that works for everyone, check out these additional websites aimed at helping change makers make a bigger impact.

Find Your Tribe

Want the support of other change makers who share your passion?
We invite you to join the Gathering: http://knowyourpurpose.com/gathering

Find Your Organization’s Higher Purpose

The Inspired Purpose Group helps organizations discover, communicate, and implement their inspired purpose, engaging employees and all stakeholders in their vital work in the world.
When your organization has an inspired purpose:

  • You attract and retain the best employees, partners and investors
  • Your working environment provides deeper meaning and head-heart balance
  • You make a greater impact in the world

Visit: http://inspiredpurposegroup.com

Calling Conscious Leaders

What if there is a comprehensive roadmap to guide leaders to shift from fear-based to trust-based leadership?

Wouldn’t that be a game-changer?

Let us introduce you to a whole new world of leadership.

Join us in a group that will explore what it means to be a “conscious leader”

Read more here.