Today's the only day you can actually save a life.

It isn’t very often that a book has the power to save a life. Yes, good books can improve lives, shape lives, even change lives. But when was the last time a book literally helped save a life? If you’re reading this page, the answer is right now. The Domino Project in conjunction with Box of Crayons is working with Malaria No More to help end malaria.

We’re doing this by giving $20 from the purchase of each copy of End Malaria to Malaria No More to send a mosquito net to a family in need and to support life-saving work in the fight against malaria.

In addition to saving lives, buying this book means you can enjoy essays by 62 of America’s favorite business authors, including Tom Peters, Nicholas Carr, Pam Slim, and Sir Ken Robinson. Organized into three main sections – Focus, Courage, and Resilience – all essays in End Malaria share a desire to inspire readers to look within themselves for solutions to their everyday dilemmas and for motivation to realize their desires.

At its core, End Malaria is about doing great work, and at The Domino Project we believe there’s no better work than saving a life. Please share this book with your friends, family, and coworkers, and encourage them to join us on our quest.

Today is the day you can buy a book that literally saves a life.

I hope you take the time to not only visit the beautiful website but to appreciate the gems of wisdom and generosity that are oozing from this work of art and all those who had a hand in it.

But more importantly, I hope you'll take advantage of this opportunity to save a fellow human-being.

That feels like a worthwhile endeavor to me...

You can check out the book here (and take a sneak peak below at the cover) and you can go directly to Amazon to buy it here.

Thanks in advance. :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

End Malaria Front Cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

End Malaria Back Cover

 

P.S. Special thanks to all of our sponsors. Your help has saved hundreds of thousands... Thank you.

 

 

Business, LifeLalita Ballesteros