Do Your Giving While You Are Living: Inspirational Lessons on What You Can Do Today to Make a Difference Tomorrow

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Morgan James Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Social Science - 312 pages
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Do Your Giving While You Are Living is an illuminating little book with a very big--and very timely--message. It inspires readers to embrace giving and to understand that the highest purpose in life is quite simple: doing for others. Featuring contributions from some of the most influential and philanthropic people and organizations in the world today, this book shows readers how the act of giving can change the world and also change their own lives in ways they never thought possible. Do Your Giving While You Are Living offers food for thought in bite-sized bits. Each entry includes a quote, a brief first-person story of how one of the book's contributors--from leading-edge thinkers to hometown heroes--made a difference, and an action step readers can put to use in their lives. The vignettes are as moving as they are enlightening, teaching readers the power of giving and demonstrating specific ways how that power can be put into action, no matter what age or station in life.

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Edie Fraser is an internationally acclaimed executive, champion, and advocate for diversity and women and philanthropy. Based in Washington, D.C., she is managing partner and diversity chair of the largest woman-owned executive search firm, Diversified Search Ray & Berndtson. As an entrepreneur, Edie built the Public Affairs Group, and founded Diversity Best Practices (DBP). She has published numerous books and publications, given hundreds of speeches, and designed the CEO Diversity Leadership program.

Robyn Freedman Spizman is an award-winning author and a nationally known media personality and consumer advocate. She has appeared for the past two decades on television and radio, and is considered a leading product-and-gift expert. To learn more about her go to Robyn lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia, and they have two children, Justin and Ali. ""Secret Agent"" is her middle-grade fiction debut.

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