• NANCY’S BLOG: We The Economy.
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    Though fundamental to our well-being, few can speak with a lot of confidence on the Economy:  How it works? And how it’s shifting? And how any of this impacts us? In an effort to help us all better grasp the basics – and hopefully then become more informed voters — an ambitious new project launched last week, partnering 20 award-winning directors with 10 highly credentialed economists to create 20 short films that each explain a specific aspect of the Economy in 5-8min.…

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  • NANCY’S BLOG: Moving from Extraction to Contribution. Part 2.
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    Anyone who has listened to me recently knows this is an idea I feel is worth spreading. And though we wrote about this on New Year’s Day, as you’ve seen from the posts this week, the clang keeps getting louder. That said, it’s important to clarify we are NOT talking about creating more CSR  (Corporate Social Responsibility) efforts. When we advocate for Contribution, we’re looking at it much more holistically. Given the shocking stat that in America, we wouldn’t…

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  • NANCY’S BLOG: Working For A Living.
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    Working for a living. The conversation on the future of work is raging – I just googled the phrase and got 348,000,000 links (how’s that for a nice even number). While a giant topic to cover, this week Cultural Acupuncture took a closer look at the quality of work in the future (versus the quantity of it). Let’s start by where work fits into our lives overall? Seems Millennials, once again, have it figured out as they take the lead in defining the American Dream, prioritizing…

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  • Welcome To Cultural Acupuncture!
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    We’re thrilled to share this peek into the future … together. For years we’ve been eagerly seeking out the people, ideas and communities that are changing our world — the groundbreakers piercing through what we believe we know, radiating entirely new energies and contributing to what we interpret as an enormous shift in how we work, play, live, eat, and create together. The cultural acupuncturists, if you will. We continuously weave all this insight together to help…

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