How Reading Promotes Empathy and Drives Innovation Today’s guest post is by one of my favorite Portlandites (and people in general) Justin Zoradi. Justin runs a global education organization empowering young people to become leaders and fight poverty. He’s guest posted before and I hope he offers more to this blog in the future. You can […]
Just about every good thing in life has come to us because we were not satisfied with something else. Dissatisfied with debt, we created a budget, dissatisfied with loneliness we joined a community. Conflict isn’t a bad thing, it’s a GREAT thing. Those who avoid conflict just create more and more conflict. Conflict avoidant people […]
By now, you’ve probably heard about Bob Goff. He’s the construction lawyer who is changing the world by loving individuals. He’s the American Consul to Uganda who closes major deals on a satellite phone from rural africa, stands between his children and an angry bear and hosts a parade down his street every year. In […]
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