WORTHWHILE Magazine

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Melissa Giovagnoli from Networlding, just turned us on to  WORTHWHILE MAGAZINE, and we wanted to share it with you, in case you were not already aware of them.


“At Worthwhile, we believe it’s impossible to have a meaningful life without meaningful work. So, we created the first media company for people seeking a more personally fulfilling and socially responsible route to business success.


We hope that this site can be a place where you’ll come to discuss, learn, share experiences and find solutions to help you work with purpose, passion and profit.”

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Remember when we were kids? Long before we dreamed of falling in love or hitting a hole-in-one, we dreamed about what we wanted to be when we grew up. The whole concept of work fueled our play. And even though we couldn’t articulate it at the time, those childhood dreams–to be doctors, teachers, astronauts or artists–almost always involved leaving a mark on the world. Yet, this most basic human desire has been almost completely overlooked by existing media. Into this void comes Worthwhile.


Anita Sharpe and Kevin Salwen, both veterans of The Wall Street Journal, came up with the idea for Worthwhile after observing that they, and many of the people they knew, were vitally interested in their careers – but were not captivated by most traditional business media. They recognized that business is one of the most – if not the most – powerful force in society today. Business has the capacity to change the world. So Salwen and Sharpe created a media company that puts purpose and passion on the same plane as profit, and targets a community of people who want to make a difference as they make a living.

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