Connected: 101 Ways to Be of Service and Create Community

Connected is the start to seeing and being a different kind of human being. One in which we take conscious actions, contribute to humanity on a soul level-without the need for anything in return-to be of service and unite people merely for the sake of bringing people together and doing good. It is about stepping away from a "me-focused" agenda and shifting towards a "we-focused" world. More

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About Andrea Costantine

Andrea Costantine inspires others to make a difference in the world by getting involved and creating community through compassion, contribution, and connection.

Andrea teaches that each thought, behavior, and action creates a ripple effect. She believes that when we come together, change can be made. With a sense of community, separation dissipates, leading to happier, healthier, more compassionate human beings, who can then contribute back to others.

Check out her book on the topic, Connected: 101 Ways to Be of Service and Create Community.

Andrea’s adoration for the human spirit is expressed through her writing, events, and books where she teaches others how to lead with service and live with compassion and love.

Andrea Costantine witnessed her first example of compassionate service early in life, when at five years old she saw her father give a box of fried chicken to a homeless man digging in the dumpster behind their family restaurant. As a teen, the only thing that kept her out of trouble (and her grades decent), was being involved in student government, where she contributed to both her school and the local community. More recently, Andrea has volunteered for various non-profits, literacy efforts, children’s services and local events. (Also see Giving Back.)

Professionally, Andrea has a Master’s Degree in Human Services: Counseling Studies, is a certified coach, and is a creative social entrepreneur at heart.

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