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Work and personal fulfillment don't have to be at odds with one another. This book chapter will give you insights into a new model of activism that embraces business while looking to make the world a better place.
For many, the current economic crisis has clearly demonstrated that "Big Business" and too much "me" have almost destroyed our world. But business coach Will Marré steps in to show us how to be leaders of meaningful lives and a better world in his new book "Save the World and Still Be Home for Dinner."
By embracing Marré's approach to civic activism through self-knowledge, you'll learn how to become an engine of change and be inspired to rethink where you are in your life plan; focus on what really matters to you; and get off the starting line and race with like-minded individuals to make a difference — big or small.
In tumultuous times, for readers who are not ready to give up, and are ready to take responsibility for driving the future, this book is a beacon of hope and a model for civic activism and corporate social responsibility.
This excerpt contains the book's fourth chapter entitled, "Being Bold."
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