I figured if I'm really going to live this lifestyle of Being The Good it should be a part of everything I do. Quality over quick-fixes (or limping along on broken steering). If I'm going to be the kind of person that builds something which will last, I have to make sure to care for the pieces of it all along the way.
I recently went to Eswatini, formally known as Swaziland, with a group of girls who were determined to be world changers. When I asked them what they thought it looked like to be a world changer, they described a scene of epic portions, of rescuing orphans and fighting for widows. When we arrived in Nsoko they were filled with the romantic ideas of what it looks like to serve the poor and truly make a difference in a nation.
A sleek new water bottle that does more than hold water. In alignment to the company’s mission to donate fifty percent of all proceeds to NGOs, this water bottle aids in water crisis relief in Flint, Michigan.
We live in a world of demand. The demand to buy the next biggest thing is huge for companies each year. And in a different light, the demand to survive through one more day is a prevalent reality for many others. It seems like more and more people are seeing the solution.