FEATURED GREAT STORIES
Cite Soleil is one of the poorest and most dangerous neighborhoods in Haiti. But in the middle of the devastation is a community center focused on making an impact on the areas youth.. and we’re going to help them out!
GREAT STORIES by tagged in I grew up in Texas and more than willingly embraced most every aspect of being a Texan, including, and perhaps most of all, being a die-hard football fan. Texans are indoctrinated to football early and often—it has become almost a parental...
Over the last two years we’ve had a contact form on our website and one of the boxes asked, “What does LIVE A GREAT STORY mean to you?” Over the next couple of weeks every Monday we’ll be releasing a list of 10 to start your week with some inspiration to move forward in your story.
After pursuing a life of work work work with a perpetual theme of overcoming sadness through consumerism and nightlife, Angelina took a step back to evaluate her direction.
SHOP REMINDER PRODUCTS
3″ Iron-On Patch$8.00
Inspiration Kits are the perfect way to spread inspiration!
Put a sticker on your phone, a button on your bag, a big sticker on your car and keep the rest handy to give away (because people will definitely ask about them!)
LIVE A GREAT STORY Flag$20.00
3” x 5” Black Polyester Flag great for hanging on your wall, taking to festivals or traveling pictures
LIVE Dad Hat – Black$28.00
BECOME A LIVE AMBASSADOR!
Ambassadors are awesome people who make a positive impact, live meaningful stories and spread the LIVE inspiration with their community
GREAT STORIES by tagged in Help support the sharing of inspiring stories by buying some Reminder products. SUGGESTED STORIES See All Stories SHARE YOUR STORY Each of us has a story and we'd love to hear yours! If we think it's a good fit, we'll be in touch about...
Words matter. They have the power to shift our directions and impact our stories. On Tuesday, January 17th, join us for a night of storytelling, spoken word poetry, and live music!
LIVE A GREAT STORY headed to Memphis for a rooftop meet up that resulted in over 100 people photographing from both Exchange Memphis and 101 Main, the tallest building in the city