This post originally appeared at AdamGreenberg.com
I like to do it.
And Lianne likes to make delicious banana bread.
Here in Korea though, we don't find that blend of sweet too often ... at all, actually; it's a rare treat.
Lianne wasn't all that interested in starting her own small business initially, but when she realized a market among expats (and some adventurous Koreans) and recognized she could do well while doing good, she was all in.
So a fair percentage of her revenue (even before expenses are accounted for and profits remain) goes to local causes here in Gwangju.
"That's an effort I can sink my teeth into."
Dad jokes aside, I was happy to have helped her with social media and in creating a website.
Do you have a good cause that can use some web assistance? Let me know.
Don't need my help? Weebly.com is a fantastic and free way to do it yourself. Enjoy.
Here, I'll muse on some of the goings-on in the Internet, with the Google, and in the Gift Economy.
Personal Help Building Your Professional Brand. Name Your Own Price in the Gift Economy.