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GOOD Citizenship Task 23: Tell a Friend About Issues You Care About #30DaysofGOOD

by Eric Liu, harrison Freeman, Jena Cane
February 26, 2012

Things are easier said than done, or so the old adage goes, and we couldn't agree more. That's why we do The GOOD 30-Day Challenge (#30DaysofGOOD), a monthly attempt to live better. Our challenge for February? GOOD citizenship. 

Tell a friend about issues you care about.

Some say talk is cheap, but not us. Take a few minutes today to talk to a friend about what you care about and what you've been up to. Good ideas come from good questions and discussions. Don't just share your hopes and dreams, share the specific things you've been doing and see if your friend has something to add.

Learn how to live like a citizen at The Guiding Lights Weekend conference on creative citizenship March 8-10 in Seattle.

Click here to vote for your favorite GOOD Citizenship project on GOOD Maker. The submission with the most votes will win $500!

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