So often, we leave the selfless side of ourselves for nights and weekends, for our charity work. It is our duty to inject that into our day-to-day business, into the work that we do, to improve corporations, to improve civil society, and to improve government. --Leila Janah

Growing Your Own Garden: Emotional Resilience for Entrepreneurs

Growing Your Own Garden: Emotional Resilience for Entrepreneurs

Feb 8, 2020-- "It has been many weeks, and I finally got the itch to write again, this time about a symbol that in just a few days has given me a profound sense of relief: growing your own garden. I'm not speaking about an herb garden. I mean cultivating, in your own fertile mind, a set of values and standards by which you will measure your life's worth separately from what anyone else says or thinks." The following post by Leila Janah, the inspiring founder of SamaSource who passed away earlier this year, shares four strategies, including vital reading on moral philosophy, for keeping a cynical world at bay (7340 reads)


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