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How Are You Different?

Have you ever told someone what you’re working on, and gotten a reaction along the lines of, “isn’t someone else already doing that?”

It happened to me last week after delivering a speech about my big event, The Good Hundred Experiment, to a business … Read more...

The Audric Moses Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways. This year’s Do Gooders were identified through a people’s choice-style process as part of The Good 100 Experiment in June of 2013, … Read more...

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The Dustin Bajer Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways. This year’s Do Gooders were identified through a people’s choice-style process as part of The Good 100 Experiment in June of 2013, … Read more...

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The Claire Edwards Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways. This year’s Do Gooders were identified through a people’s choice-style process as part of The Good 100 Experiment in June of 2013,

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You Are Not Alone: Reflections on the first Good Hundred event

People who have creative ideas for making the world a better place often end up working, to some degree, in isolation. Bloggers, small businesspeople, charity workers, artists, and other changemakers often make their way in the world against the grain, fighting the status quo; resisting … Read more...

Post-Mortem: Edmonton Do Gooder Project 2012

As you know, this blog has been taken over for the past several weeks by a series of profiles on great people from the Edmonton area.

It’s been very well received, and is definitely something I’ll consider doing again next year with a new class … Read more...

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The Adam Rozenhart Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways.

1.     What is the good result you are hoping to create?

I’m trying to shine a light on some of Edmonton’s untold … Read more...

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The Kathleen George Smith Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways.

1.     What is the good result you are hoping to create?

To make charity and philanthropic work hot – fashionable. I’m trying … Read more...

By |October 9th, 2012|Blog, The Do-Gooder Project|2 Comments

The Zohreh Saher Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways.

1.     What is the good result you are hoping to create?

Intervivos exists to help young professionals and students in Edmonton become … Read more...

By |October 4th, 2012|Blog, The Do-Gooder Project|0 Comments

The Mack Male Profile: The Edmonton Do Gooder Project

This post is part of The Edmonton Do Gooder Project, a series of profiles on Edmonton folks doing good in creative ways.

1.     What is the good result you are hoping to create?

I want Edmonton to be the kind of city I want … Read more...

By |October 2nd, 2012|Blog, The Do-Gooder Project|1 Comment