A few weeks ago, I asked you to fill out a survey on what Kindling is doing well and how we can improve. First off, thanks to all who responded!
Fortunately, I don’t think the results suggested the need for a major re-think. Over half scored it a 5 of 5 in terms of value, while over 35% scored it a 4 of 5.
Regarding what Kindling can do better, one theme jumped out at me: 22% of you wanted more tangible tools for driving change yourself, while another 15% wanted a way for Kindling to drive change as a community.
So let me throw it back at you: How could Kindling not only show the inspiring change happening all around us, but more directly catalyze change itself? What ideas do you have for making this a reality?
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