Personal connections matter. Noticing and acknowledging other people’s work and lives and humanity matters. Lifting up other people matters. Being kind and generous matters. Being curious about what makes other people tick matters.
The internet gives us unprecedented access to information for building better businesses and lives. This information is freedom for many women. With that information comes responsibility.
Earlier this year I met Erin Giles and witnessed her take a fresh approach to using information to raise awareness and support for a cause she deeply believes in, ending sex trafficking. Every day Erin teaches women how to use their businesses to make a difference in causes of their choice. To take responsibility.
I’m honored to be a supporter of Erin’s work to end sex trafficking.
Buy a copy of End Sex Trafficking for $20 — a collection of 60 essays on love, knowledge + freedom by trailblazers like Seth Godin, Danielle La Porte, Jonathan Fields— and all of the authors proceeds goes to the Not For Sale Campaign an organization fighting to abolish slavery every single day.
None of the essay contributors, the publisher or the editor is taking any money from sales, it’s not just a book, it is a chance to change the world.
More than 27 million human beings are enslaved in the world in 2012. So — you want to stand up for freedom…today?
Let’s get this pressing message to all the hearts and lit up screens we can.
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