The Greater Good

We’re mixing up a delicious cocktail at Tapa Palapa. The recipe can only be made in large quantities, but that’s okay because it’s for sharing. After all, “Life Is Bigger Than You.”

All month long we’ll be talking about sharing your time, talent, and treasure for the greater good. This week we start with the main ingredient, your preferred variety of the greater good.


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In this episode Francie and Steve discuss how doing something for a cause greater than yourself can actually improve your quality of life – it’s proven in research. They suggest ways to help you figure out where you would like to share your time, talent, and treasure, based on your values, your interests, and your strengths.

Please leave a comment or a question to join the conversation. Is there a cause that you support that you want to tell us about? What memorable experiences have you had volunteering your time? How have you used your talents to improve the world, or at least a corner of it? What cause gets you to open your wallet or ask other people for donations?

Please help us increase our audience and get more people talking about the greater good by sharing our big news. Tapa Palapa is on iTunes! You can click this link or share it with your friends or family to subscribe through iTunes. You can also invite them to sign up by RSS feed or by e-mail.

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This Week’s Tidbits:

Francie had a great idea about using the VIA Strengths test to help you decide the best way for you to serve. Click here to take the VIA.

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Sign up for Steve’s Twisting Road Traveler by clicking here.

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2 Responses to The Greater Good

  1. Annie says:

    Thanks for the conversation. Obviously you are putting out good stuff for the greater good of us all. Thanks.

    • Steve Coxsey says:

      Thank you, Annie. Part of our enjoyment in creating each show is that we are sharing ways for people to improve the quality of their lives. Of course we enjoy the playfulness, too.

      Steve

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