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About

 

Adam Radly

 

 

In 2004, Adam went to Mali in West Africa and ended up working on a project to help a village that needed multiple forms of assistance. After realizing that his resources were limited and he couldn’t give them everything they needed he realizes that he needed to make a decision about what to provide and what leave out of his assistance package.

The question is – how do you decide? In the end, Adam realized that the question he was trying to answer was – “what can I do that will have the maximum positive impact?” Then he realized that this is an important concept that should be developed into a more a detailed methodology for use by all nonprofits. Then he realized that maybe this concept can be expanded into a broader philosophy of life. That’s when the Maximum Positive Impact philosophy was born and it is outlined in Adam’s book.  

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