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rencontre agricultrice celibataire gratuit I had been thinking for a while of a different way to give back.   Not the you usually do when volunteering at your local not for profit.  A way to use your particular skills to create change in others.

rencontre dolbeau-mistassini I started reading the blog of James Altucher.  He suggests waking every day with a single thought:

http://serezin-du-rhone.fr/pifpaxys/4202 Who can I help today?  

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http://wolontariatsportowy.com/fioepr/bioepr/7264 Because my passion is improving businesses, I thought about how to apply this idea for business.   A friend suggested I send ideas to companies I knew on how they could improve.

go to this website But what companies should I focus on?  Even if  I volunteered my efforts, few would accept.

great site We’re too busy right now.  We don’t need any help.  What kind of authority are you anyways?

rencontre 80400 Over the years, I’ve learned that good ideas often come from unexpected places.   Sometimes, the person that is “Parachuted” in a business, will bring a fresh perspective, that will result in a breakthrough idea.

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It was crazy, but I decided to try it anyways.  And that’s how IdeaParachute was born.

PS – The older posts you see in this blog used to be part of my Value Borne Blog, where I used to write about interesting ideas I found about life and business.  I moved them to this site as I will be probably suggesting many of these ideas to businesses.