This post has my top three tips for starting something that matters. This is how I started, and it can work for you too.
1) Subscribe to blogs
No one likes unwanted spam. But newsletters and emails from interesting people have poked me into action more times than I can remember. And it’s a great way to make sure you don’t miss the posts from people you like, and from people like you.
- For business, I love to read the Four Hour Work Week blog by Tim Ferriss. It’s full of interesting posts on lifestyle design, health, new books and online business. I’ve learned a lot from his work. I like to read it with a social entrepreneurship lens. What would a social Tim Ferriss do?
- For travel, I love This Battered Suitcase by Brenna Holeman. She writes wonderful stories of her adventures around the world, and also around my back garden here in East London. I love it when she writes about causes she is passionate about, like Femme International, or questions irresponsible tourist practices like chumming for sharks.
- For social impact, I always read The Impact Hub London Newsletter, and not just because I work here creating Hubcademy. It’s great, and important, to hear about all the relevant, local events going on near you. If you live in London, and you’re interested in making an impact with your life and work, join this list.
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