My good friend Jeff Shinabarger has a new book out today entitled More or Less: Choosing a Lifestyle of Excessive Generosity.
He's been an instrumental part of the Catalyst movement for the last 10 years, playing significant roles from a creative perspective as well as being our key experience designer for events.
I'm really excited about the release of Jeff's book. The book answers these three important questions:
1. What is enough?
2. What would happen if we created a culture of giving away whatever was more than enough?
3. How would our habits change if we shed the excess in our lives to create margin and meet local and global needs?
In More or Less, you'll learn how to draw a line of "ENOUGH" in their consumer choices, how to see generosity as a chance to experience freedom in a greedy world, and how to make small changes now that will help others forever. Through 50 practical stories and numerous actionable ideas, the book helps you define "enough" as more than a responsibility, but actually an opportunity to give hope.
I highly recommend this book. Go purchase it! I know Jeff well, and his passion for helping others and living a lifestyle of More or Less comes through in every page.
Jeff is a social entrepreneur, experience designer, cofounder of the Q event, and former creative director at Catalyst. He is also the founder of
GiftCardGiver.com and Plywood People, an innovative community addressing social needs through creative projects. He and his family live in Atlanta, Georgia.