The Power of Good - Aust Version
True stories of great kindness from total strangers
In a world where all the news we ever read, see or hear seems to be bad news. So every now and again its great to pick up a book that tells stories of people doing ‘good'.
We hear regular stories of young people backpacking in foreign lands, then being robbed of everything they possess; have you noticed how very shortly after the story appears somewhere, you hear of dozens of people offering transport, accommodation and even replacement vehicles. It is such random acts of kindness that form the basis for this free chapter.
The author, Mark McCrindle spends time researching people. He believes that the negativity in the news is hiding the true good that is happening in the world by a factor of 38 good deeds to 1 bad deed.
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The stories are many and varied but they are full of hope and good. Enjoy the burst of positivity and give yourself hope that the world and our society ISN'T all bad. There hundreds of human angels out there.
This Ebook is a great gift for anyone who believes the news rather than the goodness of people. It is a wonderful inspiration for anyone who is feeling that perhaps life is just a little too hard for the instant. And what's great about the book - all the stories are true.
About the Authors
Mark McCrindle is a social researcher with an international reputation for tracking the emerging trends and analyzing the diverse generations. He is the Director of the not-for-profit organization, the Australian Leadership Foundation, as well as McCrindle Research. His clients include multinationals and Australian clients. His highly valued research and reports have developed his renown as a futurist, demographer and social commentator.
Emily Wolfinger is a published writer and has freelanced for a variety of publications. As a freelancer, Emily enjoyed writing about some of the big issues of our times. At McCrindle Research, Emily translates social and generational research into publishable form both for internal and external clients.
Mark and Emily are the authors of the generational tome, The ABC of XYZ: Understanding the Global Generations (UNSW Press).
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