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World Domination Summit

World Domination Summit (WDS) is a “gathering of creative, interesting people from all over the world. Every summer, thousands of people travel to Portland, Oregon for an immersive experience in life, work and travel.” The convening is focused on the core principles of community, adventure and service, and it aims to answer the question – How do we live a remarkable life in a conventional world? WDS was founded by Chris Guillebeau, explorer of … CONTINUE READING

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Denver Flea

The Denver Flea is a contemporary marketplace showcasing makers and retailers who cultivate the Colorado lifestyle. Their vision is to change the way people think of a flea market, and they are committed to elevating creative businesses in Denver. Their aim is to support locally-based companies as well as people who build upon Denver’s individual character no matter where they call home. There are four Flea markets a year: Spring, Summer, Fall and Holiday…each held … CONTINUE READING

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Urban Peak

Urban Peak is the only non-profit organization in Denver that provides a full convergence of services for youth ages 15 through 24 experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. The organization’s goal is to help these youth overcome real life challenges and become self-sufficient adults. They do this by providing five essential services at little or no cost to the youth: an overnight shelter, a daytime drop-in center, street outreach, education and employment … CONTINUE READING

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Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI)

The Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI) is a community creating economic and social mobility through entrepreneurship. RMMFI helps curious people transform into serious entrepreneurs through skill building, mentorship, and micro lending. RMMFI provides a simple and effective approach to business development built around the philosophy that poor planning equals poor results.  First step – does your idea make sense, next step – launch it, and finally – be really successful with it!

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Cherry Arts Festival at Stanley

Cherry Arts Festival at Stanley is a celebration of national art and local flavor at the Stanley Marketplace adjacent to the Stapleton community in Aurora. In 2015, this debut event met an unfulfilled demand for a high quality art and cultural experience, and for 2016 the event will continue to grow, feature 100 juried artist exhibitors and take place in Stanley’s exciting mixed-use indoor and outdoor event facility.

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TRUST Lunchroom & TRUST²

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When you enter the TRUST lunchroom in Amsterdam, Netherlands you are greeted by both upbeat graphics and motivational quotes, as well as many smiling faces. The atmosphere is one that feels relaxed, and you instantly feel welcomed. Just the type of place where you would want to work for a couple hours, meet a friend or relax with a cup of coffee and a good book.

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The Horseshoe Market
Part II

The Horseshoe Market seeks to cultivate a vital community of local artists, designers, handmakers, collectors and entrepreneurs. By offering vendors a supportive environment to sell their goods, the markets have become a venue where small businesses grow and the community has the opportunity to engage with the maker while also supporting our local economy. The BE Stories highlighted some of both the vendors’ and the market’s attendees’ stories – click on the link under each … CONTINUE READING

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The Horseshoe Market
Part I

The Horseshoe Market seeks to cultivate a vital community of local artists, designers, handmakers, collectors and entrepreneurs. By offering vendors a supportive environment to sell their goods, the markets have become a venue where small businesses grow and the community has the opportunity to engage with the maker while also supporting our local economy. The BE Stories highlighted some of both the vendors’ and the market’s attendees’ stories – click on the link under each … CONTINUE READING

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Joanna Waterfall

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Joanna Waterfall is an artist at heart. She started college as a studio art major and eventually changed to graphic design. Yet, when you meet her and witness what she is doing with The Yellow Conference it is clear that the artist is still alive and well. The Yellow Conference  is “a gathering for creative women who desire to ignite passion and bring goodness to the world through everyday living,” and Joanna conceptualized it during … CONTINUE READING

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Erica Wheeler

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Erica Wheeler is an award-winning songwriter and a sense-of-place speaker, educator and advocate. She went to school to become a wildlife biologist due to her love of nature and the desire to conserve and preserve it. After graduating she started to pursue her interest in music, as it was something that she was always told she was good at doing, and it was a path that allowed her to be creative.

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