Cynthia Jaggi is an entrepreneur and leadership expert for people who are looking to create massive impact. Through her writing and courses, she's here to shake up your approach to creating your most meaningful life and work - while making it all feel like fun. She was named a lean-startup ambassador for her work bringing a lean approach to social impact and her insights have been featured on Business Insider, Women 2.0 and Idealist Careers. Her passion is to shift the economy to a regenerative model that puts people and the planet in the center. To achieve this goal she works to build + grow social impact businesses and to empower professionals to create their most meaningful life and work. She is the Founder of GatherWell, the Think + Do tank for Practical Idealists and a Partner at Living Economy Advisors, increasing the flow of capital to the living economy. A bit of her fun? dancing, gardening and the occasional dip under a desert waterfall. Meet Cynthia and get ready to create a more meaningful career & life at cynthiajaggi.com

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Burned Out? 5 Things You Can Do Daily to Feel Better

Each of us needs deep and frequent opportunities to restore in order to do our best work- whether on the job or job searching.

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Labor Day Advice: 5 Thing to Do to Prevent Burnout Back at Work

Each of us needs deep and frequent opportunities to restore in order to do our best work.

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Ask Cynthia: How do I Break into Nonprofit Work (Again)?

“At my current job, I feel the yearning to work someplace where I can truly make a bigger impact like I’ve always wanted to make. Now I feel like I lack experience in the nonprofit sector to be seriously considered if I were to apply for something I was really passionate about. Any advice on how I can break through?”

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Ask Cynthia: How do I Find More Meaning in What I Do?

Maybe you’re frustrated that your organization’s ultimate aims aren’t in line with your highest values. You may have even contemplated going back to school or a full-on career switch. But perhaps a large shift doesn’t feel right at the moment, and you’re struggling to discover what to try in your current context… Read on for Cynthia Jaggi’s advice!

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