Livin’ Good Currency Episode. 27: Alex Amouyel on Starting a Life Impact Audit

The Lesson: Everyone can make an impact if they give 10%—effort, time, money, etc. to ensuring that across all dimensions of life they are making a positive impact rather than a negative one. Sometimes it takes a hard look in the mirror, but it’s always worth it in the end.

Notable Excerpt: “[Do] an audit of your life across all the different categories. So career and job is one of them, but also your money, volunteering, your side-hustles, your family or the institutions you’re part of, look at all your life and first start rating it by how much time are you spending on these categories and then whether you’re having a positive-neutral-negative effect.”

The Guest: Alex has spent over 15 years working in the social impact space for one of the largest children’s nonprofits. Save the Children and the Clinton Foundation. She now leads MIT Solve.

As a founding Executive Director of Solve. Alex has built and now oversees a fast-growing team whose mission is to drive innovation, to solve global challenges. Their team finds funds and supports the most promising social innovators in entrepreneurs all around the world.

To date solve has brokered funding commitments of over 60 million to their “solver” teams and entrepreneurs worldwide.

The Podcast: Livin’ Good Currency explores the relationship of time to our lives. It focuses on learning how super-successful people align their purpose with their passions to do good for themselves and others daily, and features a co-host who knows better than anyone the value of time (see below). How do you want to spend your life? This hour can inspire you, along with upcoming guests, to be sure you are ‘Livin’ Good Currency’ and never get caught running out of time.

The Hosts: Good News Network fans will know Tony (Anthony) Samadani as the co-owner of GNN and its Chief of Strategic Partnerships. Co-host Tobias Tubbs was handed a double life sentence without the possibility of parole for a crime he didn’t commit. Behind bars, he used his own version of the Livin’ Good Currency formula to inspire young men in prison to turn their hours into honors. An expert in conflict resolution, spirituality, and philosophy, Tobias is a master gardener who employs ex-felons to grow their Good Currency by planting crops and feeding neighborhoods.

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