Posts Tagged ‘authenticity’

Designing for Good

designing for good with inspiration from classic films

Inspiration from Sullivan’s Travels Years ago, my dad challenged himself to watch every great American film. Though my sister and I were but wee girls, we eagerly joined. We tried to stay awake for “Citizen Kane,” laughed through “Some like it Hot,” and relentlessly made fun of “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Nice shorts, dork. Have…

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Impact: The Power of Purpose

You don’t have to be a philanthropist to do work that matters. Do you ever wonder whether your work matters? I do. I work in marketing – digital marketing to be more specific – and at times I’m confronted with the question of whether my work is impactful, and whether it matters. As someone who…

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You Can’t Buy Authenticity

true authenticity from candace payne in her chewbacca mask

It slid right by the first time. Just another silly video someone posted on Facebook. Then it popped up again, and again, and again. Each time being posted by people closer and closer to my inner circle. And then I watched it. See that view count? Over 100 million views of Candace Payne, an everyday…

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