Understanding Travelers Philanthropy

Travelers Philanthropy: We are the New Radicals -Julia Moulden

“I am very excited to be included in this important new book. It is full of innovative and meaningful entrepreneurial ideas: including a segment about “connecting at the heart,” the genesis of Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel. We are the New Radicals is scheduled for release by McGraw Hill on December 21, 2007.” –David Chamberlain

“Across America and around the world, thousands of people who have found success in their chosen careers are getting the call to do something more with their lives -to give something back to a world desperately in need of their help. And you don’t have to be a billionaire to do so..

Each day, we hear new stories of the rich and powerful doing good works: Gates and Buffett, Clinton and Branson, Oprah and Bono. But do you have to be worth billions to do so? No. Can mere mortals transform how they earn their daily bread?

Absolutely Inspiring: practical advice for making your life more meaningful!

We Are The New Radicals presents a new group of role models -ordinary men and women who have reinvented their work so that it provides more meaning, and helps them make a difference in the world. The book offers practical advice for you to do the same. Moulden describes the three paths to becoming a New Radical -innovation, entrepreneurship, and activism-and helps you answer fundamental questions such as “What are my motivations?” “What skills can I leverage?” “What might I do?” and ‘How do I get there from here?”

Eighty million boomers have reached middle age, and surveys show that the vast majority aren’t interested in traditional retirement -in fact, they foresee twenty or thirty active and productive years to come. For a significant proportion of this group, money isn’t the prime motivator behind their desire to continue working. Somehow, without conferring with one another, but informed by the same experiences and influences, these boomers have collectively chosen a single midlife occupation: saving the world.

The New Radicals talk about wanting roles that are personally meaningful, and that allow them to make a difference in the world. We’re eager to reinvent what we do, taking our energy and expertise in new directions. In fact, we believe that while what we’ve accomplished so far is valuable and important, our greatest contribution is yet to come.

The roles we have in mind -and the ones we’ve started to claim -have little to do with sixties radicalism. This is a kinder, gentler variation on a theme. New Radicals are constructive, hopeful, and positive -and determined to do whatever we can to make the world a better place…

Barnes & Noble

Learn More:
Visit the New Radicals Website
Travel Philanthropy: Creating Peace
The Fable of Stone Soup
Understanding Philanthropic Travel
Travel Connoisseur Magazine on Exquisite Safaris Philanthropic Travel Worldwide
Fast Company Magazine on Philanthropic Travel
PersonalLifemedia.com on Philanthropic Travel
DIY Foreign Policy: Philanthropic Travel
Philanthropic Traveler funded High School opens near Victoria Falls, Zambia
My First Philanthropic Travel Experience
Affluent Parents Dedicated to Instilling Philanthropic Values in their Children
Giving while Living: The Deeper News About the New Philanthropy
Dr. Jeffrey Sachs on the Strategic Steps Out of Poverty
Are We Talking about Philanthropy Yet? No, We Are Not

Philanthropic Travelers:
Visionary Philanthropic Traveler Marc Gold 100 Friends Project
Visionary Philanthropic Traveler Chellie Kew
Rachael Paulson Philanthropic Traveler
Milton & Fred Ochieng: Philanthropic Travelers
Jane Kaye- Bailey: Philanthropic Traveler
Richard Branson: Philanthropic Traveler
Angelina Jolie: Philanthropic Traveler
Oprah Winfrey: Philanthropic Traveler
Palm Beach Life Magazine: Philanthropic Travelers

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