Wednesday, September 30, 2015

MailChimp and Skillshare announce new scholarship program

We'll be awarding $100,000 in annual scholarships to Skillshare's full educational catalog, which includes 4 MailChimp courses as well as hundreds of business courses with experts like Seth Godin, Simon Sinek, and Lisa Congdon.

$100,000 Scholarship Program

In April, we started partnering with Skillshare on a series of educational classes about email marketing. It's been fun and effective, so we're excited to help Skillshare with a new project to further empower small businesses. Together, we'll be awarding $100,000 in annual scholarships granting small business owners access to Skillshare's full educational catalog. Skillshare offers hundreds of business courses with experts like Seth Godin, Simon Sinek, and Lisa Congdon—plus 4 courses from MailChimp all about email marketing. Whether you're an entrepreneur, small business owner, or a marketer, investing in education is a great way to grow your business, and Skillshare can help.

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7200 Kites Flying for Peace and Dignity

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September 30, 2015

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7200 Kites Flying for Peace and Dignity

Freedom is the kite's response to the wind.

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7200 Kites Flying for Peace and Dignity

This short excerpt from the feature documentary film, Flying Paper, is an uplifting story of Palestinian children in Gaza engaged in the age-old tradition of kite making and flying. The driving narrative of the film centers on a remarkable quest, but showcases the determination and artistic expression of the youth that come together to achieve a shared goal. This quest is a beautiful form of creative resistance and resilience in the face of the daily difficulties endured by the children of Gaza. { read more }

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Homes for the Homeless

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Homes for the Homeless

We're all just walking each other home.'

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Homes for the Homeless

Homelessness is a fluid state. While the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development counted 578,424 homeless in January 2014, some advocacy groups say more than 3 million Americans experience an episode of homelessness each year: a night, a week or a month in a motel, in a recreation vehicle or on a friend's couch...but a few organizations like Housing First are trying to change the odds. { read more }

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Monday, September 28, 2015

The Science of Stress

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The Science of Stress

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The Science of Stress

Maria Popova explores her own experience of stress and PTSD, pointing out that long before scientists began shedding light on how our minds and bodies actually affect one another, an intuitive understanding of this dialogue between the body and the emotions, or feelings permeated our very language. Ancient Greek, Roman, and Indian Ayurvedic physicians all enlisted the theory of the four humors -- blood, yellow bile, black bile, and phlegm -- in their healing practices. { read more }

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Make time to meditate in stressful times, and remember to take deep breaths in the midst of trying situations.


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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Understanding The People We Serve

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Understanding The People We Serve

Live simply, share your wealth with others.

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Understanding The People We Serve

While there is a huge appetite in development agencies for quantitative data on objective things like health, wealth and education, data on what people actually think lags far behind. And when the United Nations and the Overseas Development Institute finally asked 7.5 million people around the world about their priorities for themselves and their families., more than 80 per cent felt that what happened to them in the future depended on their own efforts. { read more }

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Try to understand the people you meet today from your heart as well as your mind.


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