I'm joining Service Space because ... I’ve loved partaking in awakin circles, walks-in-stillness, and happiness festivals - it’d be nice to learn more, learn how can I contribute, and show how great it is to my friends, just as the friends I’ve made within servicespace have shown me.
A good day to me is when ... “Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can.”
My hero in life is ...So many. Most of all my parents and siblings - for being my best friends, my role models and reminding me of the hero in myself in any moments of doubt.
My favorite book is ...There are too many to list. Anna Karenina, Siddhartha, the Tao Te Ching, Faces In The Smoke, White Teeth, On The Move... to name just a few.
One thing I'm grateful for is ... this life.
May 06, 2020, 1 comments, 6 smiles Five years ago, you might remember Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price's move to take a 90% pay cut (from $1.1 million to 70K a year) so that the minimum annual salary in his company could be $70K. His story came up in our Laddership Circle this week, and when I read the article about it, I liked the concept in general, but it felt a little gimmicky. Was he doing this from a pure intention or was it because his company was in trouble and he wanted to cut costs and was doing this experiment as a publicity stunt to garner more customers' interests? I know this was 5 years ago, and I also remember he got a lot of negativity for it. So I researched it and found an article from two months ago: The Boss Who Put Everyone on 70K An excerpt: But Price did get a lot of flak. Along ... Read Full Story