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Last weekend at Lowlands 2012, our Giving is All we Have crew have been working their asses off to help people remember what it is like to give & receive unconditionally. Results were mind boggling. Read all about it here. Read the rest of this entry »

Giving is All we Have - Lowlands 2012

 

Recently, the ‘Giving is All we Have’ team kicked off the first brainstorm session for Lowlands 2012. All with that insane goal of getting its 55.000 visitors to experience the joy & power of giving.

And I must say, some brilliant ideas came to fruition in a flow of creative energy! Big shout out goes to Marjon van der Velden, owner of www.mmousse.nl, for kickstarting the giving chain by making her inspirational yoga, art & whatever more space available to this greater good!

Things are looking vibrantly good. Stay tuned!

Meanhwile you can read about how it all started here.

 

 

How would you get 55.000 people at a festival to ‘Give’? We are looking for the wackiest, creative and most awe-inspiring ideas.  Join our team!

As you all know, it started out by giving away my ticket to Lowlands Festival in 2011 (check out this post). And things got out of hand because of this one small gift (yep, it’s contagious this ‘Giving’ thing). Now, for Lowlands 2012, we are pushing boundaries with an even more daunting goal of getting 55.000 people to ‘Give’ !

In the coming weeks we’ll gather a small team for creative concept- & proposition development, and ultimately execution at Lowlands 2012.

So send us your ideas at lowlands@givingisallwehave.com . The people with the most contagious ideas will be invited to join the team!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The past couple of days have been an amazing experience. Let me shortly recap what happened. Recently I had some profound insights and embraced a new philosophy of giving, which can (very shortly) be condensed to the following: Read the rest of this entry »

 

 

Ever since the existence of a campingflight to Lowlands paradise, I have been a loyal visitor of this wonderful festival (ever since I was 14, that’s 17 years ago). I believe this 3 day- (and to the hardcore Lowlander a 5 day-) event creates some enchanting magic: it gives people an opportunity to see the bands they love and to  submerge in a mind-blowing experience that transcends every penny this wonderful organization charges. Read the rest of this entry »