Spreading the Social Impact Love
#1 Thing You Need to Learn from This Post:
You can find more of my thoughts, ideas, and observations popping up in different places on the web in addition to the goodness I share with here.
A More Detailed Exploration:
As I entered 2012, I took a step back to define a content game plan for myself. Last year, I experimented with a couple different approaches but decided I needed to take some of the advice I give my clients. With that in mind, I crafted a content game plan that involved publishing my thoughts, ideas, and observations on established media properties, plus launch the weekly Finish Strong! Newsletter.
You’ve been able to get a taste of the newsletter, since I post the introduction to it here. Now, I want to share some of my recent articles and posts showing up elsewhere with you:
Exploring Some of the Critiques and Criticism of Activism by Robert Saunders
One of my Rally the Cause posts from 2009 was used in this piece examining critiques of “slacktivism” to offer a counterpoint.
Chronicle of Philanthropy/Christian Science Monitor
Social Businesses May Provide Creative Way to Help Haiti
With the solid editorial direction of Peter Panepento at the Chronicle of Philanthropy, I reworked my original Rally the Cause post on Social Business in Haiti into a sharp enough piece to also get picked up by the Chrisitan Science Monitor.
Chronicle of Philanthropy
How to Use Technology to Inspire Healthy Habits
I had the fortune of running into a Cambridge, MA-based startup seeking to inspire people to take small positive actions. Since it reminded me of something American Cancer Society did, I put this piece together.
Nine Ways to be a Social Good Hero in 2012
With some support from my friends at Antler Agency, I put together a collection of ways people can make a difference. Look for more to come with Mashable.
TechInterruption (#Techi) from Allen & Gerritsen
In this Great Debate segment, SchneiderMike, Eric Leist, and I debate the merits of Path 2.0. Filmed shortly after its release, I just want to acknowledge my position hasn’t changed (smile):
That reminds me, I have a deadline to meet.