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Goals, and Prizes, and Titles…Oh My! (Step 4)

by Jason Sanders Charity
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Measured Impact is a contest that organizes labor for charity and also measures the strength (loyalty) of the contestants’ social media connections and relationships.  Now for all the fun stuff about the contest: Our Goals: It would be great to get a commitment from at least 10 contestants for the Measured Impact contest.  If we […]

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Finding The Right Charity (Step 3)

by Jason Sanders Charity
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Measured Impact is a contest that organizes labor for charity and also measures the strength (loyalty) of the contestants’ social media connections/relationships. Which charity? Well that all depends…. First, I just want to say how excited I am about this idea to use labor to measure the impact of our upcoming charitable initiatives and the […]

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The Lingering Loyalty Question And Determining Influence (Step 2)

by Jason Sanders Charity
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Measured Impact is a contest that organizes labor for charity and also measures the strength (loyalty) of the contestants’ social media connections/relationships.  Here’s how: When we all build our own “network” or “tribe” (or whatever hot word you want to use) our networks are actually cross-connected to a certain extent.  This makes me wonder, who […]

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Introducing Measured Impact

by Jason Sanders Development
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I was going to say it all started with a conversation, but that’s not totally true.  There are a lot of events and conversations, thoughts and reflections that have made this moment possible.  Yes, this moment is being brought to you by my family’s crisis that left me with a profound appreciation for charity and […]

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