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There is a lot of conversation these days about using our businesses to make a positive impact on our communities and the people we touch. Typically, the conversation runs to mission statements and high-level topics.
While there is nothing wrong with those, from time to time we can all use a wake-up call for what it means to use your business or job to make an impact on people in a practical, man-in-the-streets perspective. I had such a wakeup call when I was on the receiving end of not one, not two, but three people who chose to use their businesses and their jobs to impact people.