What if Changing the World Could Be Fun? Yoxi Needs Your Help
Joshua D. Fischer is the editorial director at Yoxi.tv, a competition where teams battle to create and communicate the best solutions to social issues.
Let me get something out of the way. I want something from you. Yoxi.tv is looking for inventive, imaginative, and impressive teams to enter our upcoming competition about food. I want you to click on this link—http://www.yoxi.tv/register-team—and sign up. We just extended our deadline to October 25, 2010 and entering is super-easy.
Now let me tell you why we want you.
We all want to change the world. But it seems so daunting. Where do you start? What do you do? Do you do something entirely selfless? Or is there a way to effect change and leave your mark? Show the world you care and you did something.
With all the smart, creative, and passionate people out there, don't you wonder why more people aren't doing things, creating things, tackling big issues with big ideas, and making things happen?
For Yoxi's part, we created a structure to do just that. Yoxi (YO-see) is a competition where teams battle to create and communicate the best solutions to social issues. You bring an idea and we provide support and funding opportunities so that you can make your idea a reality.
Like I said, our upcoming competition is about food. Are you a creative problem-solver, a social entrepreneur, a food activist? This is your chance to work alongside big-name industry experts and marketing professionals to turn your idea into action.
We want to drive positive social change in a bold, new way. Really. And we can't do it without you. Go to http://www.yoxi.tv/register-team and sign up now. Like GOOD, we know you give a damn. So let's make something happen.