So, I have a question...
What if we really practiced slowing down?
What would we see? What would we feel? What would we know?
Because I think that deep inside we know. We know what’s right in this world and we know what our heart truly wants. We know what would make us truly happy and how we can live our lives in the most beautiful and impactful ways, going to bed at night in peace knowing we’ve done the best we can. Not just for others, but for ourselves too.
If each family in the world could do 3 things in terms of sustainable living what would they be?
1. Eat and drink in the place that your supposed to eat and drink in. In Croatia, there’s no take away anything. There’s no concept of bringing food to places that aren’t specifically for food. If more people enjoyed food and drink in the places designed for that, then we wouldn’t need single use plastic. Such a simple thing creates a huge change.
2. Make the effort to recycle....
Dreams are the beginning to most journeys. You set your goal and make a plan. But how do we stick to that game plan?
It starts with a dream. You feel that purpose, you find your calling and you start a journey towards a defined goal. We often hear about dreams and we see people crossing the finish line. What about the inbetween? It’s called game plan.
Dreams are the beginning to most journeys. You set your goal and make a plan. But how do we stick to that game plan? How do we follow through to reach our goals? Because dreaming, setting goals and making plans are the easy part. Action and following through can be the biggest challenge of them all.
"Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will."
It was a perfect sunny winter day in Bend, Oregon and my family was headed to the mountain to ski. The memory is as fresh as powder because it was the day a dream was planted in my heart and would begin a two-year journey of faith that has forever changed my life.
The dream was this: Raise 40K for my 40th birthday for clean-water wells.
What is the difference between an entrepreneur and a social entrepreneur, I hear you ask?
And my response would be that an entrepreneur looks at a need that has to be filled and he fills it, whether it be a product or a service, to make money for himself.
A social entrepreneur, on the other hand, looks at a need that has to be filled and he fills it, whether it be a product or service, to make money that he can then give away to someone else