NEW DATE ANNOUNCED for Keith Ferrazzi on the Power of Giving: 12/19

“In service lies growth.”

Join us on the Social Capitalist, December 19 at 12pm ET (rescheduled, please note the change!), to hear how that basic truth has transformed Keith Ferrazzi’s life and business.

Keith, author of Never Eat Alone and CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight, will participate in an energizing, action-oriented conversation on philanthropy and individual service as the keys to a successful, satisfied life. He will be interviewed by Sara Grace, host and producer of the Social Capitalist.

On the agenda:

  • The best, most surprising stories from Ferrazzi Greenlight’s annual service trips to Guatemala
  • Why volunteering with colleagues, friends, and clients builds relationships that are deeper and more productive than others
  • Why adding a 501c(3) organization to your for-profit business can help you create far more positive impact together than either could alone.
  • How you can get started bringing volunteerism into your business right away

Join us for 30 minutes of conversation with Sara Grace, host of the Social Capitalist, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A from the audience.


If you’ve already registered and are not able to join on the new date, don’t worry. Registration will ensure that you are emailed the recording and transcript.

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Max Lyons: The Transformational Impact of Service

MyGreenlighter Max Lyons went with Keith to Guatemala – here’s an excerpt of his post Max sponsored Liza's education for the next year.from

Keith and I met just over a year ago through myGreenlight. After a brief conversation about his prior trips to Guatemala and Cambodia/Thailand, Keith invited me to join a return effort to Guatemala.

Having not met anyone else on the trip, I flew down here with a sense that I was stepping into the unknown. Our group spent the past week partnering with local organizations, working with children, and dreaming about the unlocked potential lying dormant within the lives of these little ones. After the first few days here in Antigua, I discovered two core things through my involvement:

1. Our contributions are catalyzing substantial long-term change: In my time in Guatemala, I was able to see what has transpired since the last visit Keith made. During the previous trip a local couple was discovered who opened up their small house to provide free schooling for kids in their village. Once limited by special restrictions, the couple is now able to provide schooling to over 60 children thanks to recent construction.

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