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The Art of Giving

The Art of Giving

On our mission to change the world through the power of giving we have been blessed to meet and work with so many inspiring people with whom we share a common purpose. My journey recently connected me with Rochman Reese and Sofan Chan, two people who are moving hearts and minds in there own unique and creative ways. I am very pleased to share their wisdom with you in this post. 

Just One Person

Just One Person

With the release of Matt Jackson's brilliant work 'The Age Of Affect' this post is getting a re-run. Matt's wonderful book elegantly weaves a rich and colourful tapestry of emotion, meaning, feelings and experiences we can all relate to - but often don't. I am thrilled to be featured and to share the original poem Matt wrote following our work with him and his team of affectors. Enjoy Matt's wisdom. 

No More “Mr. Nice Guy”

No More “Mr. Nice Guy”

From time to time, John or I will receive a letter from a reader of The Go-Giver asking for advice on applying the principles; usually within the context of frustration at dealing with people who are not Go-Givers. Typically, at the root of the challenge is an underlying false premise.

Change The Music. Change The Dance.

Change The Music. Change The Dance.

The 1992 Baz Luhrmann classic Strictly Ballroom tells the story of Sam Hastings (Paul Mercurio) an up and coming ballroom dancer with the pedigree and talent to go all the way to the top. Despite his outstanding abilities the all powerful Ballroom Confederation, headed by Barry Fife (Bill Hunter) views Sam as a maverick and a threat to their authority.