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Nothing really is impossible, it just takes action, what one person can do to make a difference. With Silver David Cameron and Shel Horowitz.

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Shel Horowitz

Shel Horowitz has spoken to numerous environmental conferences, academic institutions, professional associations, and business gatherings, both in the United Stages and abroad. His many speaking credits include a TEDx talk on the theme of business profiting by creating a better world, Forum Davos in Switzerland, Bioneers-by-theBay, multiple Green America Green Festivals, Gulf Coast Green, Solarfest, Association for Business Communication International Conference, Sustainable Foods Summit. He’s also known for his Green Ethical Marketing.

Silver Donald Cameron

Silver Donald Cameron C.M., ONS, Ph.D., D.C.L., D.Litt. (born June 21, 1937) is a prolific and highly acclaimed Canadian journalist, author, playwright and university teacher whose writing focuses on social justice, nature and the environment.

His 15 books of non-fiction deal with everything from history and politics to education and community development. An avid sailor, Cameron has written several books about ships and the sea. He is the author of a young-adult novel and a thriller, both set in Nova Scotia where he has lived for more than 40 years. Two of his books, The Education of Everett Richardson (1977) and The Living Beach (1998) are included in Atlantic Canada’s 100 Greatest Books.

Whenever you are feeling the situation that you are in is impossible or you are ready to make a difference, except you really don’t know what to do next. What is it that you are passionate about?

One of the things – I was thinking it’s time to do Volume 2 for the Kindness@Work book. This call for action is I would like you to think about is submitting your experience, a story of how Kindness or other virtues has affected you.

Love to hear about your story.

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