Friday 12 September 2014

The significance of small - the amazing B1G1 story

I'm proud to be a lifetime partner of B1G1 (Buy 1 Give 1). Since I joined this revolution in giving in April 2010 the number of giving impacts has grown from under a million to 50 million.

Most people's contribution like mine is small. The significance of small lies in the fact that when a lot of people do a little, anything can be changed for the better.

giving people in need nourishing meals.
providing life-giving water to people who don't have access.
getting medical supplies to people who can't afford them.

There is simply no limit to the impacts you could make.

You can join this great revolution by buying a signed copy of my Changing What's Normal book. Find out more here.

Or join the revolution yourself. You just have to link the sale of a product or service to a cause that matters to you and give a little bit from every transaction.

Thinking big is essential. Making big happen lies in the significance of small.

Be the difference you want to see in the world.

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