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Million Person Project storytelling training in Brazil

I’m swamped right now so I don’t have time to write anything wonderfully pithy about this so I’ll just let Heather Box from the Million Person Project tell you about it herself:

Julian Mocine-McQueen and I believe that stories can unite the world. That is why we started the Million Person Project and are running an Indiegogo to be able to bring our storytelling training across the world and offer it pro-bono to activists, artists, teachers, farmers, leaders and future leaders. See, we believe that people’s effectiveness as leaders grow exponentially when they are willing to share personally and passionately about who they are and what they do. We also believe sharing our stories help us to feel much more connected to one another!

We have until Monday December 22 to reach our goal of 300 people giving $30,000+ in 40 days. We would love for the Broke-Ass community to check it out and chip in. There are lots of awesome perks like San Francisco Treasure Huts, Global play lists, private yoga classes and more! A $5 donation is just as helpful as a $500 donation, so watch our video and throw in whatever you can!

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