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“I believe that we all have the ability to be way more creative, innovative, and successful than we ever imagined by having a better understanding of ourselves, the world around us, and how brilliance actually occurs.”
A note about Alan:
From our Blog
Greetings. For most of the past twelve months I have allowed myself to be distracted. Wandering around looking for new ideas and possibilities to share with our customers, imagining new ways to unlock the genius in all of the people we work with, exploring new topics...
Greetings. In the two years since "The Necessity of Strangers" was published, I have been struck by the willingness of audiences around the U.S. and the world to embrace a simple and (I believe) important idea... That our similarities are the glue that should bring us...
Greetings. Time magazine has just come out with its list of "The 50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time" and it is definitely a blast from the past (and present). It is also a really fun way to think about innovations that have shaped our lives and changed the way...
Greetings. If you would like to be totally inspired about the real power of music, and the real potential of life, work, and learning, then commit to spending fifty minutes listening to the BBC's recent interview with Chinese pianist Lang Lang. But you will have to...
20% For Good
At VENTURE WORKS we are committed to giving back to the places we work in. And while we don’t donate shoes or eyeglasses to people in need, though we think that is awesome, we do donate 20% of our products—i.e., our time and know-how—to small and innovative nonprofits working to make our communities better for everyone.
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We have four areas of focus:
- Education and creating opportunities for at-risk young people
- Enabling people with differing abilities to reach their full potential
- Ending homelessness
- Protecting and restoring the environment
The “process” is simple…
If you think that any of our skills might be helpful in supporting your efforts to make an even bigger difference in the work you do, send us a note that tells us something about your organization, what you are hoping to accomplish, your timeframe, and how you think we can help. If it seems like a good fit, we’ll get back to you quickly to learn more and figure out the next step.
And while we love handwritten notes, the most efficient way is probably to send us a quick email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org