Your Soul Food Friday for June 6th 2014

Happy Soul Food Friday!

This week:

  • The Brain May Forget, But the Heart Remembers…
  • Happy Birthday Harriette Thompson! At 91 Years Young This Marathon Runner and Cancer Survivor Shares What Matters Most!
  • The Benefits of Positivity and the Cost of Negativity
  • Transformation through Collaboration – The Journey Continues…
    • Cause Marketing or Sleeping with a Mosquito:
    • Teen Entrepreneurs Spurring Social Change- WIT
    • Changing Culture:
    • 5 Favorite Mentions from Transformation through Collaboration:
    • Join The Linked Learning Summit
    • AMA Volunteer Spotlight (things about you that matter to me
  • Letting Go… How would your life be different, if you learned to let go of things that have already let go of you?

The Brain May Forget, But the Heart Remembers…

http://sfglobe.com/?id=875&src=share_fb_new_875

Happy Birthday Harriette Thompson! At 91 Years Young this Marathon Runner and Cancer Survivor Shares What Matters Most!

http://wfae.org/post/91-cancer-survivor-finishes-her-15th-marathon

Click here for the Benefits of Positivity.

Cause Marketing or Sleeping with a Mosquito:
http://www.researchworks.com/index.php/blog/item/98-cause-marketing-or-sleeping-with-a-mosquito

Teen Entrepreneurs Spurring Social Change- WIT
http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/jun/02/wit-teen-entrepreneurs-spur-social-change/

Changing Culture:
http://www.peterstark.com/2014/change-company-culture/

5 Favorite Mentions from Transformation through Collaboration:
Our favorite 5 social mentions from this year’s Cause Conference

If you are local…

Click here

AMA Volunteer Spotlight (things about you that matter to me)

http://sdama.org/

LetGo

 

Thanks this week go to Heidi E, Harriette T,Larry H, Moshe E, Sarah H, Peter S, Karisa M and Laura K.

Pay It Forward!

Love,

Neville

“One should guard against preaching to young people success in the customary form as the main aim in life. The most important motive for work in school and in life is pleasure in work, pleasure in its result, and the knowledge of the value of the result to the community.”

Albert Einstein, On Education

 

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