My experiences with Community Investment Network (CIN) over the last six years and the knowledge gained by my participation in a giving circle spurred me to write a book. A good share of the stories, images and quotes from the book “Giving Back” highlight CIN’s impact on communities and in the lives of recipients…and givers.
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Yep. Due to steady public demand, we’ve sold out the first printing of Giving Back and a second printing is underway. This fact thrills me almost as much as releasing the book in October 2011. (Note: If you want a copy before June, there are still a limited number available at bookstores, online and for specific events.)
Back in December, we realized our supply would run out quicker than anticipated since we were distributing 100 books a week on average. So at the start of 2012, we put brakes on marketing and promoting Giving Back while we scrambled to devise a plan to print at least another 1500 books.
I find it ironic that reaching sold-out status in just months is largely attributed to our not selling out the original vision for the book. It should be noted that the term sellout—as in a betrayal of principles—is…
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