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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Rooted in the author's unique, often bizarre, upbringing in urban East Nashville in the 1980's and enlivened by his study of visual art and broad professional experience, Creating Matters is ultimately an exploration of life. It draws a common creative thread among the seemingly disparate worlds of community organizing, visual art, education, nonprofits, technology startups, and even the experience of surviving his Father's suicide. The insights from the author and those he generously quotes generate sometimes painfully honest, at other times humorous, reflections that inspire deep thought and illustrate approaches to creating organizations that work, communities that thrive, and the life you want to live.
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About the Author
He is also author of "We Power: Building Powerful Relationships That Can Change Your Work and the World."