Give A Child Something To Smile About
on Tues March 20th 2018 International Day of Happiness
On March 20th 2018 International Day of Happiness buy "Path To Purpose" ebook on Amazon for 99 cents and give a child something to smile about.
Giving is recognised as one of the greatest drivers of happiness, which is why on Tuesday March 20th International Day of Happiness, I’m inviting people to buy my Path To Purpose ebook on Amazon for
99 cents and give a child something to smile about.
Every Amazon ebook purchased on this day gives one month’s access to a fun and safe
playground to a disadvantaged child in Cambodia. This is possible through our partnership with the amazing team at B1G1 Business for Good and Non-Profit Organisation Child’s Dream.
It’s hard for most of us to imagine something as basic as a playground making a difference, but it does.
Children are naturally wired to play and have fun. Together, our contribution will provide these children with a place to develop physically and socially and to enjoy the simple act of play in a safe environment.
I believe business can be a powerful force for good and I want to put social purpose on the agenda of every CEO in Australia. By promoting my ebook I hope to get it into as many hands as possible - CEOs and people who can influence them (directly or indirectly) - so we can ensure that social purpose is on their radar.
I would love if this promotion enabled us to build one whole playground. That would mean selling 15,000 ebooks on Amazon. Maybe I’m dreaming and that's a crazy target, but I've always believed in big dreams.
And how incredibly special would it be if we could do that?
The impact we could have for these children would be such an amazing way to mark
International Day of Happiness.
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Thanks for your support,
About the Author - Carolyn Butler-Madden
Author, speaker and founder of marketing consultancy Sunday Lunch, Carolyn works with businesses that want to build purpose into their business and their marketing. Sunday Lunch specifically takes a cause marketing approach to building purpose –by aligning a client’s brand with a cause in a way that unlocks both brand and social value. It’s an approach that can be neatly summed up as “doing well by doing good”.
Carolyn brings 30 years’ international experience creating successful and internationally awarded marketing campaigns for some of the world’s best brands. Over 18 years she owned and ran two agencies in Sydney, Australia, before deciding to move out of the agency world and into consulting to pursue her passion for cause marketing. Today, she uses her extensive experience to realise her vision for the future; a future where brands drive profit through purpose and marketing becomes a force for good.
About the book - Path To Purpose
Path to Purpose is for business leaders and senior marketers who are navigating the purpose maze. The book unlocks the secrets of businesses (and brands) that are doing well by doing good.
By giving time, money or support to a cause, brands can contribute to society and also gain so much value themselves – happier, more productive employees, brand differentiation and stronger sales.
Featuring inspirational examples from brands like Airbnb, Patagonia, Dulux, Virgin Mobile and Whiskas, I also share my unique six-step methodology for creating a powerful cause marketing approach for your brand.
Supporting the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development
In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change. Guided by the goals, it is now up to all of us, governments, businesses, civil society and the general public to work together to build a better future for everyone.
I'm a #Goalkeeper
Through this book promotion, I'm directly supporting two of the UN Global Goals:
Goal 3 - Good health and Well-being. Goal 4 - Quality education
Through my business The Cause Effect, I also support
Goal 4 - Quality Education. Goal 17 - Partnerships for the Goals
All of this is made possible through my partnership with the amazing people at B1G1 Business for Good.