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Brooke Jones

How to Live Intentional With Kindness, Love & Joy.

Date of Interview - Tuesday, August 1, 2017 @ 8pm MST

Brooke wants to live in a world where people choose kindness over violence, compassion over cruelty, and action over indifference.

She runs two businesses, Sisu Coaching and The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation. She spends much of her time traveling the world helping people understand how to move from point A to point B and doing so with intentional (and random) acts of kindness, love and joy.

As Vice President at RAK, she oversees the education programs, website, social media, and strategic partnership efforts. Utilizing social media to build engagement, the RAK Facebook page engages over one million fans. She also maintains an active Twitter following and Pinterest group. Through the website, the RAK kindness curriculum is downloaded in countries all over the world.

As a life coach, she mainly works with people who have an entrepreneurial spirt and want to move from the mundane job to realizing a dream that’s been sitting on the back burner.

Brooke’s roots are in the arts. She received her degree in art history in 1998 after living in Paris, studying art and architecture and developing the rare talent of sustaining on baguettes, wine and chocolate for two years. She has worked in the fine art industry and municipal government for most of her career before landing in the non-profit sector and eventually earning a certificate in Positive Psychology and Life Coaching to pursue her own passion of helping others.

 

When she’s not posting inspiring stories on Facebook, visiting schools, or attending a kindness event you can find her curled up with a good book, working on one of her many crafts, or hanging out with her husband and daughter and two cats.

 

Contact info:

Brooke's Facebook Page

Random Acts of Kindness Foundation

Sisu Coaching

Brooke’s roots are in the arts. She received her degree in art history in 1998 after living in Paris, studying art and architecture and developing the rare talent of sustaining on baguettes, wine and chocolate for two years. She has worked in the fine art industry and municipal government for most of her career before landing in the non-profit sector and eventually earning a certificate in Positive Psychology and Life Coaching to pursue her own passion of helping others.

When she’s not posting inspiring stories on Facebook, visiting schools, or attending a kindness event you can find her curled up with a good book, working on one of her many crafts, or hanging out with her husband and daughter and two cats.

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