I have blogged about my home rebuilding experience for a while and now that we are in the new house I wanted to shift gears a little bit. This morning I was inspired by the speaker at the opening ceremony of the Texas Association of Builders Sunbelt Builders Show in Dallas. Roy Spence is the founder of The Promiseland Project. Roy is a big time advertising exec from Austin that has worked on many projects you are probably familiar with. He is now focusing his talents in ways that would allow folks to realize their real purpose in life. This is one paragraph from their website....
"At The Promiseland Project our calling is to use the power of positive, non-partisan, solution-driven and purpose-inspired marketing to lead the way in building an inclusive culture and high performing economy in the United States. We are a diverse group of purpose-driven communications professionals whose passion is America. And we are dedicated and committed to using the power of purpose-inspired messaging to help move America from the dark winter of deep political and cultural division into a bright new dawn of becoming a Culture of US. As in USA."
Over the coming weeks I will share some of their work with you. Right now one of the biggest problems in America, especially in the home building industry, is the lack of talented tradesmen and managers to build the homes Americans want to live in. The idea that plumbers, framers, electricians, HVAC technicians, and many more can be successful and earn very good wages is an idea that has slipped out of the realm of possibility in today's generation. America has always been a place where if you work hard you can do great things. That dream is still alive and The Promiseland Project will be putting together messages that illustrate this point in a new and creative way.
Join with me as I share this new grass roots movement to re-energize America. Together we can share the excitement as young and old discover their purpose in life. See you on my next post....
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