In the science of hope, it’s shown that having a heart of service is better for your health, resiliency, and overall being. Today’s special guests, Graham Calder and Iyla Christie, are here to talk about how people of all ages can get involved in service that improves their own communities and communities around the world.
“Service above self” rings true for these Rotary International members. Graham teaches why movement of the heart, even in small ways, is so important in uplifting community spirit, why it is so meaningful to see young people get involved, and how it brings us closer to a hopeful future. Listen in to learn more about how you can get involved and why, even if it’s not with Rotary International, you should get involved with service opportunities in your own community.
About Graham & Iyla:
Graham Calder and Iyla Christie are two of Lindsay’s favorite people, her father and niece. They are working together on a special project, Rotary International. Rotary International is a global service organization dedicated to bringing wellness, support, and education to people in need all around the world.
To learn more about Rotary, you can visit their website and follow them on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.
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