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Learnings from the ‘Trail’


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untitled-36111Judging by the public response (qualitative) and the donations received (quantitative), the ‘Trail’ need to be commended. How do you explain such an overwhelming volunteer response to the ‘Trail’?

  • The cause is life-changing 
  • The intent is sincere 
  • Those enabling it are not worried about who gets the credit, neither are they trying to glorify their names 
  • Willing to ‘walk the talk’
  • There is ‘fun’ in ‘hard’ work 

Can our political and business leaders learn something from this?


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