DailyGood: The Life We Spend at Work
This tendency to look for ways to improve the lives of others, to want to help others, and enjoy that without expecting anything in return — which I think is at the heart of being a giver — is actually something that does not have to compromise your professional success. Just as you wouldn’t worry that you’re going to be a bad parent if you’re generous. Or you’re going to be a terrible community member if you care about the people who live near you. You can also be an extraordinarily successful professional if you demonstrate concern for the people that you work with.
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Participating in the Green Map System | Green Map System
Green Map System is a collaborative project with important social and environmental impacts. Green Maps are direct, democratic communication, dependent on local knowledge, action and responsibility. Mapmaking teams have the commitment, networks, skills and spirit it takes to initiate and complete this challenging project. You are invited to volunteer to become the leader of your community's Green Map team and make a major contribution to your home’s healthier, more sustainable future.
Potential Green Mapmakers should explore the profiles in the Maps section, then go to the Mapmaker Registration page. Please explore our inclusive social mapping website, the Open Green Map, as this resource is also available to your Green Map team!