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Known as America’s Leading Midlife Dating & Relationship Coach, Jonathon Aslay is a defender and protector of women’s hearts around the world. He helps women transform from attracting Mr. Wrong into finding their Mr. Right. But Jonathon’s advice isn’t just for the single. His book What the Heck is Self Love Anyway makes the case… Read More
In 2012, Missy Heilman had a vision to create a positive, inclusive (non-competitive) program where girls could be themselves. Out of this dream, BIO Girls was born. The program builds the self-esteem of adolescent girls through empowerment of self and service to others. In just eight years, Missy’s leadership has helped BIO Girls grow from… Read More
Konrad Kucharski is on a mission to make compassion cool again. After selling off his tech start-up company and moving from Chicago to NYC, Konrad rediscovered his passion for kindness. Through his Instagram account and his penchant for starting chain reactions in coffee shops, Konrad is proving kindness is contagious. Check him out at https://www.instagram.com/kindkonrad/,… Read More
Patrick Kirby is the Founder of Do Good Better Consulting and a believer that “we’ve always done it this way” is the most dangerous phrase in the English language. Patrick has spent over a decade working in nearly every capacity in the nonprofit industry, for organizations of all shapes and sizes, and strives to… Read More
The world can be a tricky place to navigate for adults and for kids. Children’s author, Wendy Gilhula is using a special little animal to help kids learn concepts like bravery, love and kindness. Check out her Pika Bunny series at https://www.wendygilhula.com, follow Pika’s adventures on Instagram @PikaBunnySays, and download the free Pika Bunny Kindness… Read More
Since 2014, more than 500 million people have been inspired by the positive news and uplifting content of the Inspire More website and daily newsletter. Through the power of this positive content and the vast reach of the Inspire More community, they’ve donated more than $100,000 to charities in the last 4 years. Nicole talks… Read More
Natalie Silverstein is an author, volunteer and passionate advocate for family service. Her most recent book, Simple Acts: The Busy Family’s Guide to Giving Back was recently named one of the top “Ten Books for Parents Who Want to Raise Kind Kids” by the Huffington Post!
At age 31, about to achieve his dream of becoming an orthopedic surgeon to elite athletes, Herman Williams experienced a life-changing event that left him depressed and disabled. With the love and support of family, friends and mentors, Williams reinvented himself – and created a deeply fulfilling life and career that helps more people than… Read More
Today, I’m talking to Andy Smallman about the ripples of kindness and the secret meaning behind the number 143! Read about his poetry project on https://page143.org and check out his other kindness endeavors at https://kindnessandy.com.
Sharon Kirkpatrick’s life was forever changed when she lost her 20 year old son, Drew. In honor of Drew, she started the nonprofit Smiles From Drew, where she raises money to pay for kids to play and participate in extracurricular activities. Learn more about Smiles From Drew at www.smilesfromdrew.org!